Montréal is an island situated on the St. Lawrence Seaway, which connects the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean. Thanks to this great connection, we are home to amazing restaurants that serve some of the greatest seafood the world has to offer. Here are some of my favourites. Maestro SVP – 3615 Saint-Laurent Boulevard Maestro SVP has been a seafood destination in Montréal for over 25 years. Renowned for their oysters, this restaurant proudly boasts serving the largest variety of oysters in the city. Their blackboard oyster menu often features roughly 20 (of over 100) different kinds of our favourite bi-valve mollusks at any given time. Be sure to check out their awesome all-you-can-eat mussels special on Sunday and Mondays and their happy hour oyster special. Chez Delmo – 275 Notre-Dame Street West Located in historic Old Montréal, Chez Delmo experienced a revival when current owners gave the 80-year-old space a facelift and ushered the restaurant into the 21st century with a re-envisioned modern decor and chic atmosphere. Chez Delmo takes pride in its culinary tradition, both in its classic preparation and presentation of its dishes. Try the signature Dover sole à la meunière, served with vegetables, tomato provençale and… / Read More →
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The spring thaw and dreary weather in March evokes delicious memories I have from the days I used to spend chasing my punk rock dreams in London while stuffing my face at fish and chip shops in the name of anarchy. Ok, I wasn’t punk, nor did I live in London, but I do love fish and chips and will go out of my way to find some…
Montreal’s nightlife is bustling no matter what time of year; from cold weather activities to summer festivals, it seems like there is always something going on in the city.