June is a month of festivals in Montreal. Here are the ones you might want to check out.
You never know what you’ll be served at this new weekly comedy show in St. Henri.
World food tour changes its dates from August to September to attract more students to its tables.
Get your summer mixed drinks on at this festival in Montreal.
Invasion Cocktail returns with a week of events that will stir your desire to sip.
La fête du croissant gives you a chance to sample some of the city’s best for just $1 a pastry.
There are more festivals than sunny days in May — and May tends to be full of sunshine in the city!
Event celebrating all things Montreal brings curated creators together.
Don’t miss Indie Montreal’s Brunch Concerts Yes No Toaster #3, this Sunday April 10th!
Survival guide to the Montreal St. Patrick’s Day Parade 2016
Annual food fair at Palais de Congrès always a delight for tastebuds as well as social awareness.
Montreal is in like a lion and out like a lion when it comes to festivals and events. March has got you covered from films on art to tasting the city’s best mac and cheese
During the daytime, the outdoor site of the city festival has plenty to do that’s kid appropriate and still fun for adults. Also, Hello Kongzi is awesome.
The chocolate fashion shows were a highlight of Je t’aime en chocolat. Jennifer lets us know why you won’t want to miss this.
Weekend chocolate festival just in time for Valentine’s Day.
To the fan of the Okra and Channa Dahl alike, Sana woos.
There’s a reason to get out every night in Montreal in February with festivals from day 1 to day 29 (it’s leap year!)
New game bar in Plateau opens with buzzers, beeps, balls, and bevvies.
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.