And more culinary news: New owners Nicolas Urli (Flyjin, Velvet), Francisco Randez (ex-Porte Rouge, Canal Évasion, Rythme Fm, TVA) and Flore-Anne Ducharme (Les Évadés advertising agency) are taking over the prime location that formerly housed Souvenirs d’Indochine, situated just across...
We've all had our eye on Laurea, the latest transformation of the former Laurier BBQ led by Simple Plan guitarist Jeff Stinco. Though the space has seen its fair share of volatility over the last few years, a tour around the magnificent redesign is all it takes to see that Laurea will quickly reclaim its status as a Plateau institution
Joverse has a new neighbour. Restaurant/pub Rosewood is now going through their “soft opening” stage with the official grand opening happening on August 12th. Yes, that means you can still pop by from 5pm on to check the space and get a taste
We’re already salivating at news that teppan-style eatery Gyoza Bar + Ramen from the owners of Aburi Restaurants Canada (who’ve already made their culinary mark in the city with Miku and Minami) is set to open this month.
A delicate sign saying 'Foyer', the beautiful leafy 'F' lettering made by Dave Arnold, aka Mr. Sign, figures prominently in their signage and identity. The space from the outside already emanates cozy, local and authentic vibes, and we can't wait for it to open in St. Henri next week
If you've been getting a little bored with the veggie scene in Montreal, we've got a little tip that will have you loving the green life all over again: Fresh, the bustling Toronto-based vegetarian hotspot, will be opening it's doors in the Plateau this Fall
The team behind Guu, the series of Toronto hotspots, will soon give Montrealers their famous Guu greeting. The newest addition to the Japanese family, which has a cultish popularity, will be called Kinka Izakaya and is set to open this fall
The paper isn’t off the windows yet. The patio furniture isn’t waiting for you to take a seat. Not yet – but soon. Saying that Portland Variety (587 King W.) is planning a soft opening is an understatement. For the next few days, they’re simply going to unlock their doors and see who walks in
You’re going to start seeing tacos differently. King West (220 King St. W. to be exact) is soon to be home to yet another Mexican eatery – only this time, we’re going to use words like fine and dining to tell you about it
After a recent stroll down Robson Street, we couldn’t help but note the papered windows at 1680 Robson emblazoned with a simple logo for soon-to-be Pizza Fabrika. Always on the lookout for new locales to head to for a bite and brew, our interest was notably piqued