Montreal offers many possibilities for evening activities, but combining entertainment with a meal isn't always easy. You might decide to watch a hockey game, but what if you’re hungry? A role-playing game can go on for hours, how will you hold up? We’ve thought it over and come up with several suggestions for places to enjoy yourself without going hungry or thirsty.
Summer is the time to get out and explore all that Montreal has to offer. When the weather turns warm, both tourists and locals come out in droves, looking for new ways to enjoy this great city. Here are some awesome events to look forward to throughout summer 2016!
When you’re not headed to the largest jazz festival on Earth – that would be our very own Montreal Jazz Fest – you can still get your music fix at one of these amazing clubs. From local talent to international stars, these top venues host some of the best musicians around. [Image credit: iStock.com]
The Formula One Grand Prix weekend is one of Montreal’s most anticipated annual events. There are street festivals, car exhibits and parties that attract tourists and celebrities from around the globe. One of the most famous events is the Crescent Street Festival. Check out these bars close to all the action.
Looking to spice things up and ditch your usual dinner and movie plans this year? Here are some of the most unique and entertaining ways to celebrate Valentine’s in this fine city.
Montreal is well known for its nightlife and party scene. Naturally, as residents grew tired of regular bars, it was only a matter of time before special themed bars started to open up around town. Whether you’re into retro ’80s vibes, candy, or even partial to bacon, these six hotspots are must-stop themed bars in Montreal.
Don’t feel like laying down serious cash for a big-ticket show? Still want to hear some live music, but looking for something a little different? These Montreal joints will keep the cash in your pocket while you groove to live tunes.
If you’re like most Montrealers, you bleed le bleu, blanc, rouge. If you can’t go to the Bell Centre to watch the Habs game, there are plenty of alternatives where the fans are lively and the beer is flowing. Here are our top picks for places to watch Habs games.
Montreal has a deep-rooted jazz scene, and is home to one of the largest jazz festivals in the world. So if you want a taste, stop by for a listen at one of these slick Montreal jazz clubs.
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