We’ve all been there. We wake up at 6am to make it to spinning. We eat a salad for lunch – dressing on the side. We even manage to skip dessert after dinner. And then 11 o’clock rolls around. Somehow,...
St.Patrick’s Day is arguably one of the greatest celebrations in Montreal, a festival in our city since 1824! Despite the slushy streets, cold winds and potholes, Montreal turns it up a notch in the name of green, colcannon and stout. This year, prepare yourselves for the copious amounts of stout and eat like a Saint! Here are some of our “I’m feeling a wee Irish today” go-to spots in Montreal for some authentic Irish pub grub
Alexander Perri is the Chief Executive Officer at FoodShootr Ltd, a social foodie app for the iPhone available to download for free in the App Store. He's also a professional photographer and loves to cook; find out his advice for other young professionals in today's YEDaily
Where can you experience Montrealâ€™s most notorious social beeâ€™s birthday, a full sensory stimulation of food, art and music, with a mix of over 200 dinner guests in a legendary club enjoying a culinary feast by one of the food industries brightest stars? The answer is: Decadent (food, art, music)
Youâ€™re at your desk or out working on the go, and itâ€™s nearing noon. You look down into your chic designer lunch bag and what do you see? A very far-from-chic sandwich that is sure to bore your taste buds, if it even wins out over that nearest drive-through
Diner En Blanc is a concept borrowed from Paris, an elegant and delicious evening in which thousands of guests, all dressed in white, meet at an undisclosed location in Montreal. We'd suggest doing whatever it takes to secure an invite
What's this year's gnarly heart attack bite? Deep fried bacon covered hot dogs from Bacon Nation. Our hearts skipped a beat just reading that. And of course, Deep Fried Butter, Deep Fried PB&J, Deep Fried Mars Bars, Deep Fried Mac n' Cheese, and Deep Fried Cola are all back
Distinct from our neighbouring city of New York, where street food has been perfectly integrated to the daily regime, Montreal is far from offering food stands at each corner turned. However, street food enthusiasts need not worry, a trip down the quays of the port is a definite worthwhile experience
Montreal is known for its excessively fun nights and hungry after-party crowds and is full of great midnight menus ranging from Asian food to our cityâ€™s national treasure, poutine. We have been frequently asked about what we recommend as our top spots for those afterhours cravings; here are our top five
Who would ever think that dumplings could be chic? Welcome newcomer Chinoiseries & Dumplings, a new dumpling eatery that set up shop in Montreal's Le Plateau neighbourhood. The concept is centered around a new world/old school dumpling recipe made from the highest quality local produce. You can look at it as Chinese classics with a twist.