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WHAT TO DO IN MONTREAL’S GAY VILLAGE IN 2013

Tucked into a cozy café during the early winter months of 2013, or prancing around in a tank top come August, Montreal’s Gay Village is a fun and friendly place to hang out all year. The Village is packed with places to eat, drink and dance that appeal to a wide variety of people!

MANLY MEALS FOR MONTREAL SPORTS FANS

With the Superbowl around the corner and pucks finally dropping in NHL arenas across the country, here are some thoroughly manly Montreal restaurants that make big game food for all you sports aficionados out there…

EAT YOUR WAY THROUGH THE 6th EDITION OF HAPPENING GOURMAND

Eat your heart out this January during Old Montreal’s Happening Gourmand. It’s an event that is styled in the tradition of New York’s Restaurant week where critically-acclaimed restaurants offer deluxe dining experiences at discount prices. But because we like things bigger and better in Montreal, the event is slated for 3 whole weeks from January to the beginning of February…

THINGS TO DO IN MONTREAL: DECEMBER 21-JANUARY 1

The last week of the year is going to be a good one in Montreal, whether you’re looking for a relaxing home-away-from-home vacation or a week of glitzy shows and New Year’s Eve parties – or both, because Montreal certainly isn’t going to make you choose…

WONDERFUL WINTER MENUS IN MONTREAL

It’s winter in Montreal, and the menus are all about meat and more meat: Pork, especially. And pasta and anything else that can warm your insides. Here are a few dishes we love from the winter menus around town right now. Because baby, it’s cold outside…

GREAT COMFORT FOOD WARMS UP WINTER IN MONTREAL

If you’re not a winter person like I am, then you’ll know that the best thing to do when the temperature dips below freezing and white stuff starts to pile up, is to find the closest hearty meal, sleep it off and hope things are different when you wake up. Unfortunately, science and common sense dictates that no matter how hard we try to make the earth spin faster, winter is coming and we have to brace for it.

THINGS TO DO IN MONTREAL: DECEMBER 7-13

Montreal is in full festive mode this week, with Christmas lights twinkling throughout the city, not to mention fireworks shows, a candle-lit parade, and illuminated outdoor artwork. There’s also plenty of good food, family friendly entertainment, great arty shopping, holiday music and let-loose rock n’ roll.

DECK THE HALLS OF THE ATWATER MARKET

In December, the Christmas spirit hits hard up at Jean-Talon market, and as a resident of Mile-End, most of my trips to buy wreaths and hot chocolate tend to be aimed in that direction. But it’s possible that Montreal’s other main market, the Atwater Market, south of downtown in St-Henri, is even more festive.

A MADE IN MONTREAL HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE

We all have that one person on our holiday shopping list that is extremely frustrating to by for. If you’re in town during this winter season and want to take a gift back home for that special someone, support local artisans and give a gift with true “Montrealais” attitude…

NEW TOQUÉ! COOKBOOK CHRONICLES QUEBEC GASTRONOMY

It took chef Normand Laprise close to 20 years to decide to write a cookbook and 3 years to put the finishing touches on the Toqué! book, which is coming out in English on November 28th. The most famous of Quebec chefs didn’t take the easy way out by writing a straightforward cookbook. The Toqué! Creators of a new Quebec gastronomy book is first and foremost, an ode to all the artisans who have contributed on a daily basis in making Toqué! the best restaurant in Quebec for the past 20 years.