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Our patron saints of diners: Montreal’s next generation of casse-croûte owners
J.P. Karwacki

Our patron saints of diners: Montreal’s next generation of casse-croûte owners

Greenspot. AA. Chez Ma Tante. Chez Nick. Beautys. Café Joe. Wilensky's. Nouveau Système. Paul Patates. Bagel Etc. Saying their names is like casting a spell—that is, if it was a spell that’d conjure two steamés all-dressed combo with fries and a fountain liqueur on the side.

The Bulletin: Fake fires at churches, heatwaves, and flaring tempers 🥵 [Issue #41]
The Main

The Bulletin: Fake fires at churches, heatwaves, and flaring tempers 🥵 [Issue #41]

The Bulletin is a collection of what's happened, what’s happening, and what’s to come in and around Montreal.

The Bulletin: How to dive-bomb into the last long weekend of summer [Issue #40]
The Main

The Bulletin: How to dive-bomb into the last long weekend of summer [Issue #40]

The Bulletin is a collection of what's happened, what’s happening, and what’s to come in and around Montreal.

Montreal's best new pizza is being baked above a paint shop in Lachine
J.P. Karwacki

Montreal's best new pizza is being baked above a paint shop in Lachine

Humble pie with big(a) flavour.

34 of Montreal's Top Upscale Restaurants
J.P. Karwacki

34 of Montreal's Top Upscale Restaurants

There are, without question, thousands of names that we would consider to be the best restaurants in Montreal. With its rich history of chefs with storied backgrounds and diversified dining culture, the following names can be counted among the highest tier in the city.

Sabayon Marks a Return to Savoury Roots for Patrice Demers and Marie-Josée Beaudoin
J.P. Karwacki

Sabayon Marks a Return to Savoury Roots for Patrice Demers and Marie-Josée Beaudoin

One year since the closure of Patrice Pâtissier, the city of Montreal is welcoming Pointe-Saint-Charles' newest dining option with open arms.

The Bulletin: Local ingenuities and systemic failures [Issue #39]
The Main

The Bulletin: Local ingenuities and systemic failures [Issue #39]

The Bulletin is a collection of what's happened, what’s happening, and what’s to come in and around Montreal.

Montreal's Hospitality Industry is Changing
Rachel Cheng

Montreal's Hospitality Industry is Changing

We spoke with several DINR partners to discuss how Montreal restaurants are breaking the cycle and redefining hospitality.

The Bulletin: Summer ain't over yet [Issue #38]
The Main

The Bulletin: Summer ain't over yet [Issue #38]

The Bulletin is a collection of what's happened, what’s happening, and what’s to come in and around Montreal.

The Bulletin: The death of Montreal's old ways [Issue #37]
The Main

The Bulletin: The death of Montreal's old ways [Issue #37]

The Bulletin is a collection of what's happened, what’s happening, and what’s to come in and around Montreal.

The Bulletin: Why the coolest street in the world's closing up shop [Issue #36]
The Main

The Bulletin: Why the coolest street in the world's closing up shop [Issue #36]

The Bulletin is a collection of what's happened, what’s happening, and what’s to come in and around Montreal.

Behind the scenes with Marc Cohen, Chef and Co-Owner of Montreal's Lawrence
Ivy Lerner-Frank

Behind the scenes with Marc Cohen, Chef and Co-Owner of Montreal's Lawrence

The British-born chef recently sat down with The Main to talk about his inspiration and approach, the rhythm of the restaurant, and some spherical objects.

The Bulletin: Big festivals becoming 10,000 tiny festivals [Issue #35]
The Main

The Bulletin: Big festivals becoming 10,000 tiny festivals [Issue #35]

The Bulletin is a collection of what's happened, what’s happening, and what’s to come in and around Montreal.

WILLS: A New Hub for Balanced Beer in Mile-Ex
Daniel Bromberg

WILLS: A New Hub for Balanced Beer in Mile-Ex

Montreal’s newest microbrewery opens up about what it means for the city.

The Bulletin: Is it bad luck to read this newsletter? [Issue #34]
The Main

The Bulletin: Is it bad luck to read this newsletter? [Issue #34]

The Bulletin is a collection of what's happened, what’s happening, and what’s to come in and around Montreal.