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For about nine months, Baekt has been supplying local cafés and lucky people with its amazing cookie delivery service, available late at night.
While there are plenty of pricey tables at the gourmet part of the Montreal en Lumiere festival, there are some cheaper options too.
This scrumptuous restaurant had generous portions and the best apple donuts ever.
Lise Vigneault is one multi-talented lady. She’s selling her sauerkraut at the SAT souk this week.
Shaken, stirred, and gladly sipped, Gin Neige takes local products and flavours to make a superior liquor.
Delivery service brings produce to you, prepared for cooking, complete with recipes. It’s also delicious. Read here…
Grilled Cheese arrives in the Plateau beside Mt. Royal station and the results are gooey good.
Let us help you pick from among 150 restaurants participating in Montreal Restaurant Week.
Join in Montreal Restaurant Week with meals at just $21, $31, and $41 at 150 participating restaurants.
Esther tries her hand at making cheese at home using a U-Main kit… and succeeds!
When you need to eat but you don’t have much to spend, Montreal’s student and community cafes have you covered.
Montreal’s Omnivorous Party brought together 20 hot new chefs for a night of sampling.
First barrista competition for best latte includes a little extra Bailey’s kick.
Omnivore festival closes with a taste of the east.
Local and international chefs come together for one of the tastiest cooking events in Montreal.
Delicious tacos that break tex-mex convention can be yours at the Old Port. We send Paulette to check them out.
A series of photos of the annual picnic where diners dress and dine in all white.
Only one gets to be the best in this annual fundraiser for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada.
Get 29 cups of coffee and coffee drinks for just $30 with this card.
The first ever poutine fest brings in trucks from around Montreal, Ottawa, and other parts of Quebec to battle for the best fries, cheese, gravy, and other toppings.