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How has the Michelin Guide changed the game for Toronto?
Dylan Freeman-Grist

How has the Michelin Guide changed the game for Toronto?

One year into the Michelin Guide's arrival in Toronto, we caught up with local chefs to see how its allure is impacting kitchens.

"Creatives dictate this city": Inside 20 years of the Montreal designer fair SOUK
J.P. Karwacki

"Creatives dictate this city": Inside 20 years of the Montreal designer fair SOUK

The roaming showcase of Montreal designers' work—both recognized and not—and the exceptional modern lifestyle objects they create for the everyday.

The Bulletin: Local heat for low-temp nights 🫕 [Issue #52]
The Main

The Bulletin: Local heat for low-temp nights 🫕 [Issue #52]

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

How restaurants stand up and out in Canada’s most diverse city
Amy Carlberg

How restaurants stand up and out in Canada’s most diverse city

The 6ix's dining scene represents a vast array of cultures—what are restaurants doing to be loud and proud about who they are through what they offer?

Deep in the juice with Zamalek: Blending Egyptian karkadé tea with Mile End culture
J.P. Karwacki

Deep in the juice with Zamalek: Blending Egyptian karkadé tea with Mile End culture

How the Mile End scene of the twenty-tens and Egyptian heritage brewed a drink Montreal today couldn't do without.

Mary Gallagher & an enduring tale of murder in 19th-century Griffintown
J.P. Karwacki

Mary Gallagher & an enduring tale of murder in 19th-century Griffintown

An infamous death and haunting from the city's Irish working-class past and once-chaotic streets buried below today's condos.

The Bulletin: This newsletter's very glou-glou 🍷🍇 [Issue #51]
The Main

The Bulletin: This newsletter's very glou-glou 🍷🍇 [Issue #51]

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

Age, grace & ice: The Royal Montreal Curling Club, North America's oldest sports club
J.P. Karwacki

Age, grace & ice: The Royal Montreal Curling Club, North America's oldest sports club

The oldest established and active sports club—let alone the oldest curling club, period—on the entire continent is right here at home.

Turning Montreal’s restaurants into a soup kitchen network for those in need
The Main

Turning Montreal’s restaurants into a soup kitchen network for those in need

Share Your Plate’s a new initiative addressing food accessibility by putting local restaurants’ meals in the hands of those that need them most.

A (mostly) spoken history of Clarke Café, Montreal’s home of the sangwich
J.P. Karwacki

A (mostly) spoken history of Clarke Café, Montreal’s home of the sangwich

Italo family history, a Mile End legend, and building a modern institution in the Pointe, as told by Frank Servedio

The Bulletin: Cures for the November blues [Issue #50]
The Main

The Bulletin: Cures for the November blues [Issue #50]

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

Things that feel like therapy in Montreal
J.P. Karwacki

Things that feel like therapy in Montreal

Some obvious, some not-so-obvious—but hard to argue with any one of them.

The Bulletin: All the leaves are brown  [Issue #49]
The Main

The Bulletin: All the leaves are brown [Issue #49]

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

Remembering the October Crisis of 1970
J.P. Karwacki

Remembering the October Crisis of 1970

A time of many devastating firsts for Montreal and Canada, fuelled by kidnappings and murders by the FLQ's terrorist cell and a historic security crackdown that tested a nation's resilience and values.

MTLàTABLE is lighting a torch for a city's emblematic scene
J.P. Karwacki

MTLàTABLE is lighting a torch for a city's emblematic scene

An economic activator, a hospitality advocate, a game-changing concierge, a remedy to what ails a tough season for Montreal's restaurant industry—however you slice it, MTLàTABLE is what this city needs.