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Montréal Cocktail Fest: Mixology culture from around the world converges on the city
J.P. Karwacki

Montréal Cocktail Fest: Mixology culture from around the world converges on the city

From May 19th to May 22nd, the Montréal Cocktail Fest's inaugural edition in 2024 features pop-ups, pairing dinners, custom spirits and more from addresses both local and international.

Miracolo: The restaurant, cathedral, temple, and theatre of Montreal's Plateau
J.P. Karwacki

Miracolo: The restaurant, cathedral, temple, and theatre of Montreal's Plateau

Miracolo has all the kinetic and sensual energy of a fire, lit along the Plateau's central and historic thoroughfare.

Verdun Beef: The guinguette-inspired ecosystem of the Sud-Ouest
J.P. Karwacki

Verdun Beef: The guinguette-inspired ecosystem of the Sud-Ouest

A natural progression of the wine bar Verdun Beach, Verdun Beef is a neighbourhood-first spot for top cuts of shopping and dining.

The Best New Restaurants in Montreal [May 2024]
J.P. Karwacki

The Best New Restaurants in Montreal [May 2024]

26 of the best new restaurants in Montreal, from fresh spring season openings to institutions in the making dating back to the winter.

Bangluck: Odes to Thai traditions with a Plateau noodle shop
J.P. Karwacki

Bangluck: Odes to Thai traditions with a Plateau noodle shop

Montrealers Chitakone Phommavongxay and Siriluksamee Rangthon on enriching Thai culture in Montreal through food.

Paparmane: Dreamy tea time is served by Montreal brunch royalty
J.P. Karwacki

Paparmane: Dreamy tea time is served by Montreal brunch royalty

Here's the tea: The minds behind brunch destinations Régine Café and Janine Café turn their attention to English tea room services twisted in their own Montreal image.

Kwizinn: New Horizons in Caribbean Cuisine for Mike Lafaille
J.P. Karwacki

Kwizinn: New Horizons in Caribbean Cuisine for Mike Lafaille

Haitian-Montrealer chef Mike Lafaille on his new restaurant address for Kwizinn in the old quarter, transforming Caribbean cuisine, and local obsessions.

Badin: The cocktail-forward listening lounge built for aurality and intimacy in Little Burgundy
J.P. Karwacki

Badin: The cocktail-forward listening lounge built for aurality and intimacy in Little Burgundy

The cocktail-forward listening lounge below Little Burgundy's HENI is an unreal gem for audophile lushes.

La Gargamelle: Reveling in food and drink at an Old Montreal reverse speakeasy
J.P. Karwacki

La Gargamelle: Reveling in food and drink at an Old Montreal reverse speakeasy

The Montreal cocktail scene player Tittle Tattle now finds itself with a gastronomic side that showcases it's chef's flavour play.

The nouveau Levant: Redefining cuisines and cultures from Montreal's Arab diaspora
Yasmine Dalloul

The nouveau Levant: Redefining cuisines and cultures from Montreal's Arab diaspora

How Montreal's Levantine Arabs—Lebanese, Palestinian, Syrian—are opening concepts that bridge adapting to a Western palate with staying true to who they are. 

O’Citrus: Overcoming the odds of growing citrus in Québec
Mayssam Samaha

O’Citrus: Overcoming the odds of growing citrus in Québec

Vyckie Vaillancourt's greenhouse O’Citrus is the first-ever operation to grow citrus fruit in Québec in any sort of commercial way.

Bottomless Pete Reviews: Amea Café
Bottomless Pete

Bottomless Pete Reviews: Amea Café

Amea take your order?

Long live Snowdon Deli: A photo essay tribute with Montreal's Craving Curator
Scott Usheroff

Long live Snowdon Deli: A photo essay tribute with Montreal's Craving Curator

Montreal's Craving Curator, Scott Usheroff, on why Snowdon Deli stands out as a true Montreal institution and beacon of tradition, community, and delicious food.

Talking queer food—and where to find it in Montreal
Ivy Lerner-Frank

Talking queer food—and where to find it in Montreal

Montreal's a queer-friendly city. How does that influence its hospitality industry and the safe spaces of its restaurants, cafés and bars?

La Marelle: Don’t even think of boxing this Mile-Ex restaurant in
J.P. Karwacki

La Marelle: Don’t even think of boxing this Mile-Ex restaurant in

With its chef's El Salvadorean roots and Eurocentric tutelage, as many fine wines as there are cold pints of 50, and versatile vibes, La Marelle is a sense of play incarnate.