It's almost fall and (thankfully) the Montreal restaurant craze is showing no signs of slowing down. From pizzerias to taco joints, new foodie hot spots are opening faster than you can blink an eye. So to get you ready for...
There's a new juice joint opening up in the St-Henri neighbourhood and you should take note. Corey Shapiro (Vintage Frames) and P-Thugg (Chromeo) are the brains behind this new venture boasting the most advanced cold pressing facility in Montreal
Tex-Mex lovers: it’s time to throw your sombreros in the air, chant ariba, ariba, and do whatever else you do when the option for extra guac is presented to you. St-Henri finally has a much-needed Mexican addition in the form of Tejano BBQ Burrito Shop. The philosophy? Quick, creative, and fun – just how we like it
St-Henri est en pleine effervescence. Les boulangeries, cafés et restaurants bourgeonnent si rapidement qu’il nous est presque impossible de suivre le rythme. Ce n’était donc qu’une question de temps avant d’y voir apparaître une petite lueur du Moyen-Orient dans le quartier. Bienvenue au Sumac
St-Henri is on a roll. With new bakeries, coffee shops and restaurants popping up so fast we can barely keep up, it was only a matter of time before some Middle Eastern spice entered the ‘hood. Welcome, Sumac
If you’ve been in the Atwater Market area recently and seen a logo you weren’t familiar with (a Buck 15) and we wouldn’t blame you for being curious – we were too. Which is why we went ahead and found out everything you need to know about Montreal’s latest coffee shop
Le jeudi 31 juillet de 18h à 23h, les résidents du Sud-Ouest s'uniront dans le Parc Ste-Cunégonde (Notre-Dame O.) pour le lancement d’une campagne de financement visant la relocalisation de la Maison des Jeunes la Galerie de St-Henri. Et voici pourquoi vous devriez y participer...
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
You dont have to be a St.Henri local to have heard by now that Patrice Patissier, a notable pastry shop, wine bar and a culinary school, has been opened by renowned pastry chef Patrice Demers. Here's why we love it