The cellars and sommeliers that make Montreal an amazing city for wine
Their lists are thoughtful, plentiful and run the gamut from quaffable and quenching to brooding and intellectual—in other words, something for everyone.
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.
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.
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
How the Mile End scene of the twenty-tens and Egyptian heritage brewed a drink Montreal today couldn't do without.
Farm to Table: The True Influence of Public Markets in Montreal's Dining Scene
What kind of role do public markets play in Montreal's food culture? Food writer Mayssam Samaha spoke to vendors and chefs at the Jean-Talon Market to find out.
No Shows Continue to Plague Some of Montreal's Best Restaurants
Montreal DINR partners open up about the impact no-shows have on their business, from the seating plan to the bottom line.
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
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
One year since the closure of Patrice Pâtissier, the city of Montreal is welcoming Pointe-Saint-Charles' newest dining option with open arms.
Montreal's Hospitality Industry is Changing
We spoke with several DINR partners to discuss how Montreal restaurants are breaking the cycle and redefining hospitality.
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.
Summer Dining Hotspots: Reserve Tonight at Montreal’s Must-Visit Restaurants
Summer is here and in full swing. And you know what that means—dining out just got a whole lot better. This list is your go-to guide for that special place you'll want to reserve the next time you head out for dinner.
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