In the summer, there’s no better place to be in Montréal than on busy St-Laurent. One of my favorite spots on The Main, as the street is known locally, is The Divan Orange.
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Montreal has no shortage of places to have a drink. On some streets, like St-Laurent or St-Denis, you can’t move more than 5 feet without finding somewhere to grab a beer, enjoy an expertly-mixed cocktail or relax with a fine bottle of wine and some friends.
In Montreal, you can even party in museums. That’s right, on the first Friday night of every month, the MACM (Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal ) opens its doors to a new way of experiencing its sleek interior and impressive contemporary art collection. Keep reading to find out what this night sounds like…
Café Local occupies prime real estate on the most Mile-Endy of Mile End streets: St-Viateur. The relaxed hotspot is not just perfect for whiling away the early evening hours, it’s home to a signature dish that’s been setting off delicious warning signals on my food radar for a while now…
Saturday. 6 pm. I just discovered the most amazing place for martinis in Montreal!!! Three words: Ateliers et Saveurs! This is a place where you can learn to make cocktails from a professional mixologist and then drink it all!