Bishop and Bagg says Tally-Ho to Mile End Hipsters with warm ambiance, good food and drink.
Dance to some DJ beats and have your senses stimulated at the benefit for the Foundation of the Rehabilitaion Center Lucie-Bruneau
Bad boy Jeremy Hetchman talks about creating an authentic speakeasy in Montreal with a bathroom built for three.
Jacy Lafontaine talks about being part of the weekly Blue Dog Motel comedy event.
Food reviewer Annie Shreeve checks out Plateau noodle house Tampopo and reports back on its welcoming atmosphere and delicious dishes.
Julian Baslyk’s exhibition of colourful paintings makes for a night of good food, good music, and good art in NDG.
Don’t know what’s near the Mt. Royal metro and open at 3 a.m. Check out this list for a few suggestions.
Tiny but tasty, Venezuelan pastry shop Cachitos makes great sandwiches, tiny pastries, and coffee drinks.
I came for the coffee and stayed for the borscht, beignets, latkes, and kvass.
Mercieca’s Politically Absurd Comedy Guardians of the Cross marks the anniversary of performance and arts organization Le Nouveau International
First time food critic Khadami snags beignets after a his n’ hers burger meal at trendy Deville Dinerbar.
Some pictures of the snow. First blizzard of the season. Cold and snowy!
Photographer Andres Roget captured the end of season student vernissage of Syn Studio to see what the design leads of tomorrow are producing today.
Like its mythic headed namesake, Chimera in NDG has two heads as a fantastic cafe and a place to game in peace.
Café Station W combines a bright, clean atmosphere with tea served the way it was intended to be served.
Offering a warm hug on a cold day, Hestia tea is a bright and airy oasis just up the block from Concordia University.
Part 1 in a series that reviews the coffee shops of Montreal. Find out about pastries, cost, space, and the all important question: wifi!
The Burgundy Lion knows how to serve up a foodie-worthy weekend brunch. Just get ready for the Burgundy Blondes.
A hack to help beat paying for parking meters in Montreal.
Pick up some one of a kind and sample pieces at 50-80% off at the annual Fashion Braderie of Quebec