As one of North America’s most epicurean cities, it doesn’t come as a surprise that microbreweries come abundantly in this neck of the wood. From Griffintown to Mile-End, pints and pints of fine brews are being served to both locals and visitors — but where are the very best places to visit for original, locally-brewed, […]
Although Montreal is more often remembered by its historic Old-Port and Europe-like, cobblestone alleyways, another neighborhood is slowly taking over in popularity: Plateau Mont-Royal. An eccentric area filled with quiet tree-lined streets, delicious bistros and brightly colored stairways.
Montreal is often considered to be one of the most food-oriented cities in the world, be it from the hole-in-the-wall poutine shops to incredibly authentic ethnic eateries. Indeed, it is almost impossible not to eat incredibly well in Montreal, especially at one of the city’s many high end restaurants. Several local chefs have invested their […]
Because no one needs an excuse to shop in Montreal, and because Old-Montreal is one of the most touristy places in North America, there are plenty of souvenir shops scattered around the city, filled with both authentic iconic Montreal souvenirs and tacky key chains, mugs and t-shirts. The former, however, are a little bit harder to find but make for a lovely gift for either yourself or your family. Let’s have a look at the many items that just scream “I’ve been to Montreal”.
Montreal really does cover all its bases when it comes to entertaining visitors. The old-world charm of Old-Montreal, the artsy-cool atmosphere of Le Plateau and the yummy delicacies of marché Jean-Talon – but what about kids? Is Montreal kid-friendly? Absolutely. There are tons of activities within the city center itself and elsewhere in the city […]