We love a good tease. And since early summer, that’s exactly what we’ve been getting every time we pass by 1088 Homer Street. But the promise of “Bread & Coffee” plastered across windows will always lead us to dig a...
The highly anticipated – and long awaited – Kinka Izakaya is finally set to open its doors on November 8th in Montreal. And we couldn’t be more excited. ‘Cause when the team behind the über-successful Guu franchise comes to town, it’s definitely an event worth drooling over
Quietly under construction behind brown paper and the usual ‘coming soon’ decals, a new bakery called Small Victory is sure to cause a stir on the Yaletown café scene. So if you’re looking for a new place to get your caffeine kick, you may have just discovered a big win…
A new cafe coming to town isn't always a big deal, but when it's carrying tons of B.C. clout, we think it's worth letting you know about. Set to open sometime later this month, Caffè Artigiano could be a downtown game-changer...
You read right. Kyozon, a whopping 8,500-square foot day-to-night bar and kitchen, will be open to the public September 9th. The highly anticipated space is situated in a historic landmark building of downtown Montreal, offering a young, vibrant and affordable destination that hosts a great bar with New-Asian cuisine and a mezzanine Kaiten belt
With the shift in season already upon us, our hankering for al fresco dining is soon to dissipate in favour of getting cozy at one of the latest culinary offerings that have opened up around the city. We’ve highlighted a few you should make a reservation at ASAP
Canadian fashion giant Aritzia will keep growing their expansion across North America to celebrate 30 years in business. The largest and most impressive store, however, will be built in Montreal. That’s right, fashionistas, start making extra room in those closets
It's time to bend and snap Montreal, because things are about to get a lot sexier on St. Catherine Street. Victoria’s Secret, the ultimate in intimate, is poised to open its oh so sultry doors in Montreal. Finally
Hà, philosopher-chef Monsieur Hà's brand new stage, is set to open in August in the former Souvenirs d'Indochine where he ran the kitchen for over 20 years. The new concept is traditional Vietnamese Bia Hoi. These bright, simple street corner bars are popular meet-up points in Vietnam where people gather to drink freshly-brewed beer
One of Vancouver’s top dining mainstays is inching towards an official shift in gears, meaning the doors will close and then reopen at a newly designed space a few doors down. We’re talking about award-winning Chambar restaurant; here's what you can expect