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20-Year-Old Jamaican Patty Maker Lloydie’s Is Setting up in Mile End

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On St-Viateur Mile End will get a new Caribbean option in the near future, with Ville-St-Laurent-based Jamaican patty company Lloydie’s set to open a restaurant. The restaurant will go into the former Crudessence space on St-ViateurShow More Summary

The 14 Most Anticipated Restaurants in Montreal, Fall 2017

A round-up of forthcoming restaurants Café Baba Yaga A post shared by Café Baba Yaga (@babayagamtl) on Aug 16, 2017 at 12:09pm PDT Who: Four partners who all spent considerable time at Old Montreal’s L’Orignal. What: A small Polish café,...Show More Summary

The Best of Little Italy and ‘Mile Ex’

From old school pizza to vegan pulled pork Bound by Jean-Talon on the north, the railroad on the south, Parc and the railroad on the west, and St. Denis on the east, the area that encompasses Mile Ex and Little Italy has no shortageShow More Summary

Old Montreal’s Rockwood Fumbles First Review on Food and Service

While salad spinners Foodchain get a fresh first write-up Open for six weeks now, Old Montreal Canadian brasserie Rockwood, from Thomas Vernis (Santos, Dolcetto & Co.) had its first critic visit this week — and La Presse’s Marie-Claude Lortie wasn’t a huge fan. Show More Summary

16 of Montreal’s Most Iconic Dishes

Smoked, roasted, baked, and fried Montreal’s culinary scene has a number of well-known icons: dishes like smoked meat sandwiches, bagels, and poutine, the sorts of things tourists won’t leave the city without trying. But alongside them...Show More Summary

The Habs Are Opening Canada’s Largest Restaurant This Fall

It’s going to be rather corporate Not content with just being a sports team and real estate company, Montreal’s NHL team, the Canadiens (the Habs, to locals), is opening two restaurants this fall — one of which is set to be the largest in Canada, with a capacity of over 1,000. Show More Summary

How Aux Vivres Became Montreal’s Vegan Food Juggernaut

An Aux Vivres owner on activism, and selling vegan food to meat-eaters In 2017, there’s no shortage of Montreal diners — especially young ones — who are familiar with vegan food. But what was it like twenty years ago for those businesses who were setting up the first vegan restaurants in the city? “It wasn’t cool. Show More Summary

Mile End Gets Two New Japanese Restaurants in One Week

Double the ramen Mile End’s Japanese dining options just got a whole lot bigger, as two new restaurants opened within recent days — Tsukuyomi on St-Laurent, and Cocoro on Parc. Tsukuyomi is above all a ramen spot — likely a welcome addition,...Show More Summary

The Essential Montreal Restaurants for Vegetarians and Vegans

Where to go meatless in the city For all this city’s smoked meat and foie gras, there’s plenty of quality vegetable-centric cuisine to be found here, too. It’s not about the lack of meat, but rather about the greatness of the greensShow More Summary

Les 400 Coups Has a New Chef — And Other News

Including new Asian food and pizza festivals OLD MONTREAL — After a little over one year at the burners, Les 400 Coups chef Jonathan Rassi has left his post, “to take some personal time off”, according to a post on Facebook. Rassi’sShow More Summary

Café Baba Yaga Will Shower Polish Fare on St-Henri

From several people behind L’Orignal Saint-Henri is getting its first Polish restaurant in the coming weeks, as a team of four from Old Montreal restaurant L’Orignal bring Café Baba Yaga to the neighbourhood. Unlike fine dining L’Orignal,...Show More Summary

Ghost Hunters Investigated Iconic Hudson Restaurant for Paranormal Activity

Is the Willow Inn haunted? Iconic Hudson restaurant Willow Inn is soon to reopen — and it may be able to celebrate its resurrection by declaring itself officially free of paranormal entities. Over the weekend, Global Montreal reported...Show More Summary

14 Indispensable Montreal Restaurants for Ramen

Throw away those 25 cent instant noodles. For years, Montrealers felt hard-pressed to find a decent bowl of the classic Japanese soul food; now the city seems awash in broth and tangled in noodles. It’s a slippery investigation for any...Show More Summary

Fairmont Queen Elizabeth’s New Restaurant Gets Critic’s Stamp of Approval

While another hotel resto is more hit and miss The Fairmont Queen Elizabeth opened less than a month ago, bringing new restaurant Rosélys with it — this week, Le Devoir critic Jean-Philippe Tastet is first to visit. While the exquisite...Show More Summary

16 Essential Montreal Late Night Restaurants

Tables after midnight Montreal has some classic late-night food spots like La Banquise, Chez Claudette, and The Main, but a recent surge in restaurants and bars with longer hours (we’re so European!) puts more options on the table. Beyond...Show More Summary

9 Ravaging Rooftops for Drinking in Montreal

Get high Rooftop terrasses might be a rarity in Montreal compared to your average sidewalk patio, but a handful of often swankier places have made them happen — and a great rooftop terrasse can instantly take the average 5 à 7 up a notch, courtesy of a refreshing breeze and city views. Show More Summary

NDG is Getting a New Vegan-Vegetarian Restaurant

This one’s on Sherbrooke NDG’s vegetarian and vegan options are getting a boost, as health-conscious newcomer Ashley’s Health Bar is set to open later this month. It takes over a former office space on Sherbrooke West at Belgrave, and will be both a lunch and dinner spot. Show More Summary

Concert Hall Métropolis is Changing Its Marquee and People Are Mad

The building might soon feature a shiny array of Telus logos One of the city’s biggest music halls, the Métropolis is in the process of being revamped — and part of the refresh includes a new and arguably soulless name, M Telus. Obviously, the new name stems from some type of corporate partnership with phone company Telus. Show More Summary

The Essential Montreal Barbecue Restaurants

Smokin' There may be more poutine and shish taouk pushers on the average Montreal block than traditional Southern barbecue restaurants in the entire city, but a few devoted pitmasters have toughed it out and won favour with the masses. Note...Show More Summary

Little Burgundy’s Favourite Pub is Adding a Rooftop Garden

But they’re closed for a few days to do it Notre-Dame West pub Burgundy Lion is a juggernaut, having poured huge volumes of beer (and more), 18 hours a day for all but two days every year, for almost a decade. And now, it’s getting bigger. The pub closed temporarily on Monday, and will remain closed through Wednesday next week (August 16). Show More Summary

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