This Old Port eatery was picked by Montrealers as a restaurant must, but Esther lets us know if once is enough.
It may primarily serve burgers and orange drink, but 40 years is long enough to avoid Decarie’s iconic orange ball.
Shoebox sized and with Italian retro charm, Cafe 1880 serves strong coffee and authentic chai lattés at good prices.
Esther Szeben begins her epic foodie journey to cross 40 Montreal eateries off her bucket list.
Purchasing an Indie Coffee Passport is a seven month tour of city cafés with hot and some cold drinks. Starbucks beware.
How many times have you walked past the gelato place in the Eaton Centre and said, “I’ve got to get me some of that?” Kim Hachey took up the challenge and reports on what some of that is like.
Montreal’s food trucks are back with even more options than ever before. Four of them tempted dancers to stop their moves during the 6th Montreal Lunch Beat.
Portugese épicerie features delicious food, warm decor, and tarts to write home about. Oh wait, you’re not in Portugal.
Manitoba restaurant focuses on wild and locally sourced ingredients to create a constantly changing menu.
New Montreal chocolate store focuses on a bean to bar production method.
The nut-free pastries at Montreal’s two Cho’Cola Bakeshops are dreamy. Turns out that pastries are just the beginning.
Bishop and Bagg says Tally-Ho to Mile End Hipsters with warm ambiance, good food and drink.