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La Poutine Week 2017 Preview

If your New Year’s resolutions haven’t gone completely off the rails yet, I applaud you, but feel sorry for you, because they are about to. Get those extra hours of cardio in while you can because La Poutine Week is upon us and is about bring you and your cravings for cheese curds to your knees. From February 1 to 7, Montréal gets set to celebrate our unofficial-official national dish… poutine! Techniquement les meilleures poutines. Soyez un bon citoyen et votez pour votre poutine favorite du 1er au 7 février! #SemaineDeLaPoutine Une photo publiée par La Poutine Week 2017 (@lapoutineweek) le 24 Janv. 2017 à 8h39 PST If you haven’t heard, La Poutine Week is a weeklong food festival for foodies to celebrate and indulge in Québec’s most famous dish: poutine. Fifty restaurants around Montréal (100 throughout the province of Québec) will be participating and offering their renditions of poutine—that encompass much more than just fries, cheese curds and gravy. Restaurants will be featuring signature versions of poutine inspired by their cuisine types, bidding for awards that include “The Judge’s Choice”, “The Most Original Poutine” and “The Most Popular Poutine”. Pour some GRAVY on me! The 5th edition of #LaPoutineWeek… / Read More →

I Dream of Greenie: Veggie Burgers in Montréal

With Montréal gearing up to participate in the 4th edition of Le Burger Week, we have naught but burgers on the brain. Today we turn our attention to the veggie burger. Everybody seems to have their special favourite, inspiring passionate debates and fierce loyalty among the devoted. Don’t yet know if you’re Team Tofu, or part of the Portobello Posse? With no shortage of variations to choose from, you’ll soon find yourself locked in a heated discussion on what makes the perfect patty. Burger de Ville Burger de Ville’s Portobello Burger is perfect for those who feel most satisfied when a sandwich challenges them to unhinge their jaw for a complete bite. The mushroom cap patty’s naturally meaty flavour can be complimented with any number of Burger de Ville’s free toppings. For a little extra, throw on some cheese (and for the omnivorous, add bacon, who’s judging?) Stack it high! Burger de Ville 5282 Saint-Laurent Boulevard | 59 Westminster North, Montréal West Deville Dinerbar The diversity of the veggie burger format is no more evident than in Deville‘s sumptuous Vegan Burger. This upscale downtown diner has flipped the script, making a roasted Portobello mushroom the “bun” itself, and filling it… / Read More →

Delicious salads to savour in Montréal

With farmer’s markets in Montréal such as the Jean Talon and Atwater, there’s no excuse for not filling our plates and packing our summer meals with local and seasonal good-for-you veggies that are bright and vibrant at the peak of the season. I was challenged to find some of the city’s tastiest salads and, when the mercury topped 33 degrees and I dared not fire up the BBQ, I gladly accepted. Mandy’s Mandy’s Salads first started as a modest lunch counter and has now expanded to three locations across the island.  Owned and operated by two sisters with a certain passion for salads, this spot satisfies the salad cravings and guilty consciences of everyone.  They have 15 signature salads like the “Smoked Meat Salad”, the “Man Salad” and the “Wolfe Bol” – aptly named after the sisters – of mixed greens, arugula, brown rice, kale, cherry tomatoes, toasted walnuts, avocado, shaved parmesan, carrots and sesame seeds in their own tamari dressing.  Mandy’s also offers a “create your own salad” where you can pick and choose from a list of ingredients to order a personalize creation. Mandy’s 5033 Sherbrooke West, 2067 Crescent Street, 201 Laurier Avenue West Deville Dinerbar The “Neptune… / Read More →

Montreal’s best family-friendly restaurants

  A great way to spend time with family is to gather up around the table for a delicious meal. Finding the right restaurant to accommodate everyone’s standards (and age group) can be a challenge but it’s not impossible…

Late Night Eats in Montreal

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.