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Your spring break guide to all things Montréal!

If you thought you needed to head south for spring break to feel the heat, you couldn’t be more wrong. Not only is Montréal a sizzling hot spring-break destination, it has some of the coolest urban neighbourhoods to eat, drink, and party till the early morning hours. Most importantly, you won’t have to break the bank. Thanks to an attractive U.S. exchange rate and budget-friendly prices you can indulge like a superstar on the budget of a roadie. These neighborhoods are just some of where the action is. Favorite bar in town, favorite staff and everything! Also the light there during Sunday brunch is just perfect!✨👌🏻 Une photo publiée par Sarah Babineau (@kara_bino) le 11 Janv. 2017 à 12h18 PST Little Italy and Villeray One of the funkiest, up and coming areas in Montréal these days are the Little Italy and Villeray neighbourhoods, where a healthy fusion of old and new come together to form a uniquely original urban vibe. Brasserie Harricana borrows amply from its Québec roots, but this popular meeting place for the locals remains a modern, experimental craft brewery with its own line of in-house beers and a long list of comfort-food offerings. Fried beer can chicken,… / Read More →

Where to eat around the Rogers Cup

The 2016 edition of the Rogers Cup presented by National Bank has descended once again upon Montréal. From July 22 to 31, the best female tennis players will be competing at Uniprix Stadium. Crowds of tennis lovers will be heading to Villeray to watch the games and since you might want to know where to fuel up while you’re in this trendy part of town, below is a list of some of our favourite restaurants and watering holes. Parfaite soirée @huisclosvilleray ✨👌🏼 #huisclosvilleray #mtl #montreal #mtlblog #somontreal #yul #livemontreal #montrealmoments #decouvrezvilleray #villeray #tartare #food #foodie #colorfull #summer #sundayfunday Une photo publiée par Caroline Robert (@ca_rockab) le 24 Juil. 2016 à 19h42 PDT Huis Clos: If you’re an oyster lover, then this is the spot for you. Huit Clos also serves classic fare that go well with their extensive beer, cocktail and wine menus. Impasto is one of the best authentic Italian restaurants in Montréal and it just happens to be a few blocks away from the tennis courts. Indulge in luscious pasta dishes and delectable homemade salumi as well as great desserts. It’s open for lunch on Thursdays and Fridays. Bistro L’Enchanteur has become somewhat of a neighbourhood institution for… / Read More →

12 great iced coffee treats to keep you cool this summer in Montréal

Nothing says summer like an ice-cold coffee drink. Whether you prefer a cold brew made by steeping coffee grounds in cold water overnight or a classic latte made by topping a freshly brewed espresso with cold milk and ice cubes, iced coffee drinks take over the city cafés come summertime. Below are a few of our favourite chilled coffee treats to try this summer. Vietnamese cold coffee at Cafeden If you’ve never tried Vietnamese coffee, you’re missing out! Cafeden is an excellent Vietnamese restaurant, and while not a café per say, their coffee is worth the detour, and they do offer it to go. Hot espresso is poured over condensed milk, ice is added, and the result is a sweet and refreshing drink you will come to crave. Coffee milkshake at Monsieur Crémeux The Monsieur Crémeux ice cream truck no longer needs any introduction to Montréal icy treat lovers. Their new brick-and-mortar spot on Beaubien Street serves a coffee milkshake made by mixing their superior vanilla ice cream with milk and homemade coffee syrup for a thick and caffeine-laden treat. Perfect storm at Caffè San Simeon The signature iced coffee at Caffè San Simeon is crafted first by filling an… / Read More →

Five cafés with international flair in Montreal

Montreal has seen a boom in independent cafés in the last few years. Champion baristas, single-origin beans and funky decors are part of every café’s equation. The following 5 picks are all that and so much more. Travel the world one cup of coffee at a time…