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Where To Find The Best Bubble Tea In Montreal

Bubble tea, sometimes known as boba tea or pearl tea, is a frothy drink created with iced tea, sweet milk, flavourings, and sweet tapioca pearls. The refreshing concoction was invented during the 1980s in Taiwan, and has since gained flocks of fanatics from around the world. Are you bubble headed for bubble tea? Try these tasty places in Montreal! 

Things to Do in Montreal: August 15-21

Music makes the city move this week – choose from reggae and electro festivals, classical and rock concerts, and tunes that go hand-in-hand with Montreal Pride, catwalk fashion shows, family-friendly carnivals, and delicious locally-made food.

The 2014 edition of the Omnivore World Tour Food Festival in Montreal

Montreal has a huge food culture and with the Omnivore World Tour Festival visiting for a third year, the city is solidifying its place on the world culinary map. From August 21st to 25th, Montreal will be abuzz with delicious events. Take in a demo, enjoy a dinner like no other or join the party, just don’t miss out on this great gastronomic celebration.

The Ultimate Foursquare List of the Best Terrasses in Montreal (over 150!)

Montrealers are cooped up all winter, so during the summer we practically refuse to go indoors. Luckily for us, there are terrasses (also known as terraces or patios) all over the city. Whether you want to eat, drink or just hang out and watch the beautiful people walk by, there’s a terrasse out there with your name on it. Which is why we’ve compiled this Pinterest map of gorgeous terrasses and of course… The Ultimate Foursquare List Of the Best Terrasses in Montreal!!!

Where to eat near the Quartier des Spectacles during Jazz Fest 2014

Montreal perfectly pairs music and food during the Montreal International Jazz Festival, June 26 to July 6. If you’re searching out the latest trends in seasonal cuisine or craving Quebecois comfort food, the city offers it all, whether on a silver platter or a paper plate…

Complete 2014 Guide to Food Trucks and Street Food in Montreal

Last year’s food truck pilot project was a big hit on the streets of Montreal. People gathered and waited in line for their favourite street fare and the program was extended by about a month due to its popularity. The project has been improved upon and is back this summer with better schedules, more locations and even more trucks. If you want to know where to find Montreal’s food trucks and what they’re serving, this guide to food trucks and street food in Montreal is for you…

A Guide to Montreal’s Best Bakeries & Pastry Shops

In the last few years, Montreal has seen a boom in artisanal boulangeries (bread bakeries) and pâtisseries (pastry shops). From specialized cupcake stores, designer donuts and dainty French pastries to more traditional buttery baked goods, croissants and crusty baguettes, the city has it all. Here’s a breakdown of all sweet things Montreal has to offer organized by neighbourhood, so that you may always find your way to the closest flaky, gooey or crispy delectable snack…

Experience Some Jazzy #MTLMOMENTS in Toronto on May 9-11

Attention Torontonians: if you happen to be walking by Queen & Soho this weekend in Toronto, make sure to stop by our Jazz Fest inspired #MTLMOMENTS experience and catch some live music, great food, free lemonade, and maybe even win a trip to Montreal…

Where To Eat Like a VIP In Montreal During Formula 1 Grand Prix

You may not be part of a Formula 1 team, you may not be a jet-setting celebrity, and the closest you may ever get to a “who’s who” is when someone hears your name and says, “Who?” But take heart: like many tens of thousands of other mere mortal F1 aficionados who work up a hunger for more than just racing, you too can at least eat like a VIP during the annual Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal. And your choices are limited only by your tastes.

10 Montreal Food Trucks You Need to Try

Are you ready to feast on the street? Montreal’s food trucks are ready to roll out across the city for the summer! They will officially convene seven days a week at 15 sites around Montreal from May 1 to October 5, 2014. You’ll also see more pop up around town on the weekends and at special events during the summer. Check out our Complete 2014 Food Truck Guide and these 10 food trucks you absolutely must eat at when in Montreal…