Whether you are looking for unusual flavours or just a simple soft serve cone, we’ve got you covered for Montreal’s best ice cream joints.
Art festival looks at contemporary art in the city.
Come check out the launch of Nomad(e), Emma June’s new EP
POP Montreal picks for the festival that shows us the depth and range of indie arts and music in Montreal.
Get your Fringe Festival on with a superpass and we’ve got one to give away here. Enter by May 27.
Lady Josephine, a go go dancer, and The Continentals gave a rowdy, fun welcome to this new joint.
Join in Montreal Restaurant Week with meals at just $21, $31, and $41 at 150 participating restaurants.
The mega-flea market of POP Montreal has it all. Here’s what caught Julia’s eye.
Get 29 cups of coffee and coffee drinks for just $30 with this card.
Celebrate Jewish food with Kosh week at participating city restaurants.
Now in its second year, the Marche des Possibles continues to have strong programming, whether you prefer yoga, kids events, music, or shopping.
Great coffee place serves all the usual things and a few Australian favorites: flat whites and jazzles with crips
Playwright Marianne Ackerman talks to Angela about putting together a play about the clash of Mile End’s new and old residents.
Exploring the history of a Montreal landmark, Saint Lawrence Boulevard (“The Main”).
The annual poetry festival includes slam poetry, music, dance, and more.
Celebratory opening of new gallery space for En Masse features colourful works.
The Green Panther aka La Panthère Verte is one of Montreal’s great vegan and organic cafe chains. Perfect for a deliciously healthy and fresh meal.
Esther checks out Mile End eatery Wilenksy’s and talks to owner Sharon Wilensky about mustard and Mordechai.
Michael Bakouch’s polaroid-style photo journal of lovely Monastiraki in Mile End.