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Fall means two things: sweater weather, and a welcome back to hot beverages. Here’s a list of ten things you can do while you enjoy the cool, crisp weather.

10. Try a pretzel from Montreal’s very own Bretzel & Compagniethings to do this fall montreal bretzel

Coffee in hand and warm pretzel in the other, fall is a time for sung sweaters and tasty treats. Bretzel and Compagnie is a local Montreal shop that offers authentic Bavarian-style soft pretzels from traditional to gourmet flavors like: cheddar n’chili, chocolate drizzled, roasted garlic, cinnamon sugar, and maple glazed. Mmm… (Disclaimer: their instagram will make you drool).


9.  Walk through the Gardens of Light 

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From September 5th to November 2nd come check out the Montreal Botanical Gardens. Lights, colors, mystery, magic and romance awaits you.


8. Go see a show at the POP Montreal Festival


Pop Montreal is a non-for-profit international music festival, that presents emerging artists from around the world. Running from September 17th-21st, this years line up is definitely worth getting excited about. (We recommend: The Unicorns, Lakes of Canada and Special Noise!)


7. Get your chai latté at café 1880


Budget friendly, cordial staff, and cozy- not to mention that this place serves one of the best chai lattés in town. It is creamy, delicious and made with an actual tea bag (not syrup) and is drizzled with honey on top. (They even serve Felix and Norton cookies!)


6. Go to the Festival du Nouveau Cinema


Are you passionate about cinema? This independent film festival is all about its latest practices and features films from all over the world. Every year over 300 films are shown. From October 7th-18th make sure to stop by and see a screening!


5. Take the Mile-end Food Tour

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Discover Montreal while tasting some of its best local foods. Montreal’s best bagel, vegan falafels, home-made ice cream, greek phyllo pies, and Genevieve Grandbois chocolates are only some of the dishes you get to savor during this 3 hour tour (enough for a big lunch).

4. Purchase a book at Argo Bookshop


Fall is a time to cuddle up with a good book. Argo bookshop is one of Montreal’s oldest independent bookstores. First opened in 1966, it currently has over 6,000 titles. Support this local book store, stop by, chat, and come discover this treasure trove of books.

(Picture credit: Matthias Elsdörfer)


3. Go to see a documentary at RIDM


RIDM, also known as Montreal’s International Documentary Festival, is just around the corner. From November 12th-23rd  the festival presents a selection of some of the best documentaries from Canada and around the world.

(Picture: “Koko: a Talking Gorilla” by Barbet Schroeder, which will be presented at retrospective: “Of Men and Beasts”)


2. See Mount Royal’s Colors… and a Medieval battle?


Fall wouldn’t be complete without its celebration of color. Go for a walk in the jewel of Montreal: Mont Royal. There are plenty of paths to choose from that lead to wooded areas and landscapes. However if your feeling adventurous, on Sundays, behind the Tam Tams in the woods, medieval battles take place with mock-up weapons!

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1. Sample some delicious local cuisine on Restaurant day Montreal

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Credit photo: Danielle Levy Nuutrition Consulting

Restaurant Day is all about good food, good company, and a good time. Describing itself as a worldwide food festival, it is a day where anyone can set up a restaurant, café, or a bar, in a home, at an office, on a street corner, in a garden or inner courtyard, at a park, or on a beach. Also known as “one day restaurants”, it is a day to spend discovering culture and cuisine. Next restaurant day for Montreal is: November 21th!


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