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On Our Radar: The Oliver Osoyoos Oyster Festival

On Our Radar: The Oliver Osoyoos Oyster Festival

If you’re looking to make an escape from the city, be sure to set your sights on slipping out of the office a bit early to make the five-hour journey to Osoyoos for this must-do festival that’s all about the...
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SUWU Restaurant: The New Kid On The Block

Wednesday night brought out some of the most fashion savvy rolled-up jean cuff-wearing cool kids in Montreal for the opening of SUWU, situated at the boisterous intersection of Boulevard St. Laurent and Rue Prince Arthur. We knew it was going to be good night when A Tribe Called Quest was playing in the background and our drinks were called “Wu-Tang” and “Big Booty Ho”
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Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth, Guiltlessly (and with a hint of Magic)

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, all our willpower goes out the window. The reality is that in a battle with the sweet tooth, the sweet tooth always wins. So how can we satisfy our sweet cravings and stay healthy...
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Eating Green Over St. Patrick's Day

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
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Opening Soon: Magdalen

Behold, Montreal! One of our most beloved hangouts ever, L’Orignal, is adding an older, more grown-up member to its family of awesome places to eat, drink and be super merry. Magdalen, Travis Champion and wife Monica’s soon-to-be-open Old Montreal spot, is almost ready to set sail.
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MÃœVBOX: Street Food Redefined

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
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