The only thing better than the weekend is filling yours with things to do that won’t cost you a dime. The Montreal arts scene is one of the most vibrant in the world and there are a host of activities…Read more.
If you like a little controversy, one particular attraction in Montreal can certainly offer plenty of it. Olympic Stadium (4545 Pierre de Coubertin Ave., Montreal QC) was built for the 1976 Olympic Games and remained unfinished until the 1980s. The…Read more.
Vieux-Port Steakhouse (39 Rue Saint Paul Est, Montreal QC) has been around since the 1980s; they are known for their amazing terrace and private rooms for events. I had been there before and was excited to return for some steak….Read more.
Montreal is the city to go if you are looking to try some traditional French cuisine. During our visit this summer, we visited a few places and we enjoyed our meal the most at Leméac (1045 Avenue Laurier Ouest, Montreal…Read more.
Looking for Montreal-style bagels? Indeed, no trip to Quebec is complete without picking up a dozen freshly baked bagels from Montreal. And yes, Montreal bagels are famous for a reason: they are carefully hand rolled from scratch, boiled in honey…Read more.
Tired of searching Google for romantic date ideas in Montreal? Indeed, for most men “Ronnie Romance” is a song and dance we play once or twice a year. Hey, being romantic is difficult for most of us and a lot…Read more.