Montreal’s Main has a new retail player on its strip and it feels like a little something borrowed from the Champs-Elysees. Petite Garçonne (3650 Saint-Laurent) is the fourth store that sits under Castle Ho’s (first was Razberry, then Boutique 1861,...
If you're a St. Henri resident, then you've probably already heard about Notre Dame's latest hot spot, Ludger. If you haven't, then you do now and owe yourself a trip to this gourmet watering hole or, as they call it, buvette gourmande
Plateau’s newest resident is set to open its doors to the public tomorrow and will allow foodies to experience something quite different and special. Atame is a restaurant, lounge, cabaret, and art gallery all at once, so expect eye candy at every corner sprawled out over the 2500 square feet of chic space
We haven’t met one person in the past week that hasn’t jumped up and down in foodie joy about Montreal’s Burger Week. This time, it comes with the added twist of ‘fromage’ to entice the cheeseburger lovers and returns this Sunday. What a perfect way to enjoy the long weekend
The sun seems to finally be showing its long hidden self and we all know what that means…patio time! We recently stopped by for a tasting and patio hangout at Saint-Denis’ fast foodateria, Mauvais Reputation
From Brad Pitt, to Russell Brand, to Ellen DeGeneres, celebrities are singing the benefits of becoming vegan. Documentaries supporting the cause are coming out by the dozens; books that advocate plant-based eating are bestsellers. But while celebs can comfortably go green with L.A.’s vast choice of vegan-friendly venues, giving up meat in Montreal isn’t so simple
Is there ever a festive moment that isn’t good enough to celebrate with food? With a few holidays around the corner, here are some food suggestions to really go all out...no matter what you're celebrating
Who doesn’t love Greek food? When we were invited to join Chef Peter Christopolous at Namos alongside Montreal’s top foodie bloggers and media to sample his modern twist on tapas, we broke some plates and OPA’d out loud