Montreal is known for its hot n’ happening gay life, as well as its European approach to delicious dining. So it’s only logical that gayness and deliciousness converge in the Montreal Gay Village. With my friend and colleague in tow, the darling Katerine Rollet, I hopped around the Montreal gayborhood to highlight some of the best spots to explore your “epi-queer-ean” fantasies. —————————————————————————————————————— Here’s a list of our stops: La Mie Matinale | Mouth-watering muffins, coffee… plus Dalida! 1371 St. Catherine East Kilo | Chillaxin’ café with decadent desserts! 1495 St. Catherine East Tutti Frutti | Corner grocery store (baguette, cheese, beer, etc) 1251 Maisonneuve East O’Thym | Delicious French Bistro, Apportez Votre Vin 1112 Maisonneve East Mozza | Cozy Italian Resto, Apportez Votre Vin 1208 St. Catherine East Le Saloon | Funky Lounge, Martinis, DJs 1333 St. Catherine East Le Resto Du Village | 24-hour Greasy Spoon 1310 Wolfe —————————————————————————————————————— If you have any questions, feel free to write inquires in the comment section!
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I recently discovered this brilliant video, created by Studio Elliot, a local graphic design agency in Montreal! It’s the most charming ode to Montreal and a perfect example of why I wish there was a Love button on Facebook! http://www.youtube.com/v/m-eFzcjlpcU&hl=en_US&fs=1
Montreal is full of interesting art galleries and performance spaces, but they’re not always easy to find simply by strolling through the streets. However, if you keep your eyes peeled, you just might stumble upon La Chapelle, an alternative venue in the Plateau that focuses on experimental performances in a variety of disciplines and languages. Read the full story to find out how to catch a provocative puppet show inspired by Dennis Cooper’s infamous story of a serial killer.
I just finished watching youtube, and boy oh boy, there sure are a ton of people filming their cats. Did you know that there is a cat that plays piano better than I do? How does this video have more views than my Drag Queen Makeover? Life is just so unjust. But I digress… In my wanderings, I stumbled across a video that is clear scientific evidence that, not only is Montreal gay friendly, but this city actually makes people gay. What we see in the beginning of the clip is a group of clearly heterosexual individuals who happen upon the Gay Village during a guided tour. What progresses is a “joie-de-vivre-sexual-awakening” that leaves our protagonist in a heated embrace. Perhaps Montreal is the gayest place on earth?
In May 26, 1969, after being turned away from the USA and Toronto, John Lennon chose to come to Montreal for his famous “Bed-In for Peace.” It was in his room at The Queen Elizabeth Hotel that he recorded the anthemic peace song, “Give Peace a Chance.” Click “more” to connect with the hotel…
That’s right. We’re giving away a weekend getaway to Montréal – and the contest is open right now! And just when you thought it couldn’t get sweeter, there’s more. I am personally going to guide the lucky visitor around Montréal! Find out how to win…
I spent the weekend in Toronto, chatting about the joy that is Montreal. I also handed out 9000 Montreal bagels to the hungry people. They seemed quite “receptive.” While I was in “Queen City,” I popped by the PROUD FM studios to chat with Shaun and Patrick, two of the fab DJs that ensure that gay air waves reach the heart of the masses. Watch our little interview and find out what these boys love about Montreal.. and why I won’t share it with them! (Also, click “more” below to watch the video of the bagel distribution!)
Pride was a blast here in Montreal. The weather was hot, the parade was energetic and the people on the floats were drool-inducing. I decided to bring back my patented Gay Gam to give you the insider view of the parade. And if you want even more sexy images, including some fine Montreal bums, check out my Gay Pride Facebook Album. Enjoy!
Into its 33rd edition, the Montreal World Film Festival is the perfect way to round out a summer of stellar Montreal festivals. This year’s festival features a film with homosexual and Jewish tendencies.
Gay marriage is a popular reason for travelers to choose Montreal. Why? Because it is legal in Canada, and Montreal provides an ideal romantic backdrop to the occasion. But it didn’t always used to be this way.