Tourisme Montreal’s new six part webseries “Montreal Boy: Some Strings Attached” recently premiered its first two episodes on LogoTV.com. Find out more about the places featured in Episodes 1 & 2 with this Queer MTL Travel Guide…
Afternoon Lattes At Cafe Olimpico
Rain or shine, Montrealers can be found hanging out at Cafe Olimpico (124 St-Viateur West) satisfying their caffeine cravings. Opened in 1970 by Rocco Furfaro, Cafe Olimpico has become both a landmark and one of the city’s best kept secrets.
Drinks & Dinner at Saloon
Round up a few friends and hit the Gay Village for drink and dinner. Saloon (1333 Sainte-Catherine East) has been open for 20 years, making it one of the Village’s long standing institutions. Trying to get through their cocktail menu in a single night is no easy feat, that’s why Saloon keeps people coming back for more!
Tea & Breakfast at Byblos Le Petit Cafe
Byblos (1499 Laurier East) is known around Montreal for their incredible feta omelette, authentic Middle Eastern teas, mouth watering jams, and massive lineup during brunch. Don’t expect to be seated right away, but when a table finally becomes free, feast!
Vinyl & Vintage Shopping in The Mile End
The grid of charming streets in the Mile End is chalk full of funky vintage shops, including an incredible music store called Sonorama (260 Bernard West) which sells an impressive collection of vinyl.
Kiss in a Gay Bar
Gay kissing in a bar? In Montreal, it’s encouraged! Just like when Stephane & Hugh of #MontrealBoy locked lips at Complex Sky in the Gay Village. Have you check out Episode 1 & 2 of Montreal Boy: Some Strings Attached yet? Watch them on LogoTV.com/MontrealBoy
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