After a long history, from the cabbages grown by early Irish settlers, to the development boom of the late 1800s, to the reimagining of the district as a heritage site, Cabbagetown has come a long way to become the diverse, culturally rich and historic area that it is today... it's so much more than cabbages!
Montreal's Old Port! What a wonderful place to be in the summer. Filled to the brim with restaurants, it's sometimes difficult to feel like you're making the right choice. With hand picked a selection for you, so that you can make a wise and delicious choice.
In the hip and happening Mile End, there are so many restaurants to choose from. Here's 13 of the best and tastiest eateries in the area. We've got restaurants for seafood lovers and hummus enthusiasts, for taco gobblers and Quebec comfort food cravers, and for charcuterie plate fans and craft beer drinkers.
With coffee shops popping up all over the place, it's not always easy to know which ones are most populst with the neighbourhood's coffee connoisseurs. Below you'll find some of the city's best spots, all approved by their local coffee enthusiasts.
Montreal's food truck revival is nothing short of a culinary love affair. Speckling the city with passionate food chefs behind the (literal) wheel, food truck gatherings can be a little overwhelming. Take a look at the list below for 12 trucks that are guaranteed to hit the spot.
The Mile End is one of the most artsy neighbourhoods in North America. With such a high concentration of original activities, vibrant characters, and creative outlets, picking the right things to do for your Mile End itinerary might be a challenge. Take a look at our top picks for a few hints.
With over 32 km of tunnels spread over more than 12 km2, the underground city also connect pedestrians to museums, banks, universities, hotels, apartments, 2 train stations, the Bell Centre, a bus terminal, and 7 metro stations! A true Montreal destination.
Voici une liste de 39+ activités à faire à Montréal cet été pour profiter à fond de la ville, que vous soyez d'ici ou seulement de passage!
Victorian era architecture, cobble stone streets and no cars... no you haven't travelled in time, it's Toronto's Distillery District! The place is historic but run by creatives so there's always something new and exciting to see.
Here we are, summer has finally come. Here is our top 18 activities and things to do in Montreal summer 2018! Few secrets, activities, places to eat, new restaurants, hidden gems and pop-up events!
As it rapidly becomes a panoply of unique experiences, the Mile Ex is one of the most talked about areas in Montreal. Check out our list of reasons why you should make your way there ASAP.
Whether it’s your first Montreal visit or your twentieth, trying a restaurant for the first time is always a bit risky, especially if it’s new. That’s why we’ve pre-screened the new kids on the block for you, selecting only the best new eateries in the city.