Efficient, minimalist and with an emphasis on get-it-and-go, Buck 15 fills an espresso bar niche in St. Henri.
Montreal Food Festival scene sprouts its first vegan festival, kicking off with a 21-day vegan challenge.
Only one Montreal eatery will take the title of Best Burger 2014. Get ready for burger week.
One very brave reporter headed to the Future Food Salon to investigate what we might be eating in the future. Here’s a hint: it’s alive.
Lunch at Satay Brothers was certainly a crowd pleaser! With a line around the bend, this South-East Asian eatery was certainly worth the wait!
Quebec’s Dagwoods sandwich and salad chain turns 25 this week. Ken Gaucher asks Spiro Krallis about the secret to his success and where he makes the sauce.
Another great discovery and restaurant ticked off the list! Lunch at Thali Cuisine Indienne is a delicious, easy and inexpensive lunch or dinner stop!
Sushi restaurant off the end of the island has sushi boats with precious cargo.
Extensive menu and tasty food make Quartier du Dejeuners a must eat for breakfast and brunch fans.
Traditional Brazilian desserts made fresh to order at Padoca Patisserie. These are a must try in Montreal!
McAuslan Brewery plays host to annual bike-in screening featuring De Palama’s ’70s classic Phantom of the Paradise
What you need to know for Montreal’s Dîner en Blanc this Thursday! A night of elegance, white dresses, gourmet food, wine and a strong community spirit.
Ticking another cafe off Annie’s Montreal Bucket List! Patisserie Rhubarbe serves a top Tarte Citron.
Montreal’s first liquid nitrogen ice-cream bar opens at Place d’Armes. Perfect for a afternoon summertime treat.
La Banquise serves poutine more ways than you can imagine. What did Esther think on her food tour of the city?
A quick guide to Osheaga geared for first-timers and out-of-towners. FInd out where to stay, how to dress, how to get there, after-party info, and other useful info for the fans attending the festival.
Delicious Xiao Long Bao (Northern Chinese steamed dumplings) are plump packets of food goodness.
On her fifth review, Esther heads to Cinko for not so small plates and a mac n’ cheese meets sausage combo.
Mile Ends Arts Cafe is a quaint little cafe that offers great breakfast, good coffee, and so much more.
With its one-of-a-kind artisanal products, Mile End’s new Biergarten-inspired market is open every weekend this summer.