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ACCORDS, A WINE BAR IN OLD MONTREAL

Accords is a French noun that means, literally, agreements. And true to its name, that’s what Accords Wine Bar in Old Montréal sets out to do: to find the perfect pairing for each dish on its concise menu…

MONTREAL’S QUEEREST FOODS

Montreal may have some of the best cuisine on the planet, but it’s also pretty clear that Montreal chefs aren’t afraid of getting weird or, dare I say, a little queer in the kitchen. Chuck Hughes’ lobster poutine and a bacon-stuffed brownie are just the tip of the Queerberg…

MONTREAL’S BEST LATE NIGHT EATS

While Montreal is certainly a party city, anyone who ever sweats on a dance floor or pounds back a degustation of our finest microbrews knows that the night isn’t over until bread is broken. Luckily, this city is full of places to fill the void, and there’s no reason the sun should come up on your empty belly…

MEET A MONTREALER: BILL BROWNSTEIN

Bill Brownstein is the author of Schwartz’s Hebrew Delicatessen: The Story, the definitive account of the iconic Montreal smoked meat institution. How big is smoked meat in this town? They’re making a musical out of his book…

A BEARY FUN WEEKEND: SUGARBEAR

With spring in the air, bears are being roused from their deep hibernation and are in search of something sticky and sweet. No, not honey. These bears are coming to Montreal for something sexier to tickle their taste buds…Maple Syrup!

TOP 5 URBAN SUGAR SHACKS IN MONTREAL

If you’ve never heard of a sugar shack or think “sugaring off” is some bizarre Québécois insult, read this post. And if you’ve heard of sugar shacks but thought they couldn’t be found within the city of Montreal, you should also keep reading…

BRUNCH IN THE PLATEAU

A quintessential Montreal weekend starts with brunch. And if you’re a lucky (lazy?), it starts around midday and chugs merrily along until late afternoon…

FOOD SHOPPING FOR FERREIRA CAFÉ WITH CHEF ROBERTA SUDBRACK

What’s the first thing famous chefs want to do when they visit a city? Check out the markets, of course. And with top-rated Brazilian chef Roberta Sudbrack, in Montreal to cook at Ferreira Café, it was no different…

NUIT BLANCHE’S BEST PARTIES

Sure, there’s lots of food at the Montreal High Lights Festival, but what if you’ve already eaten lots of food this week and JUST WANT TO PARTY ALL-NIGHT???