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.
"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.
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.
Design according to life in Montreal: The work of MRDK
For Guillaume Ménard and David Dworkind and their Montreal studio MRDK, they're making the city's streets come alive through design.
Walking among Montreal’s sneakerhead kings at Felix Boutique
How passion and a pair of Jordan Spiz'ikes became brick and mortar reality for Francesco Abbruzzo at Old Montreal's Felix Boutique.
Miett Chips: The New Potato Chip Everyone Is Talking About
Find out how this Quebec-based producer is turning the potato chip game on its head.
Vinorama: An interview with Montreal's favourite Whinemom
Curator, partner, and oenophile Carolyn Aubry recently sat down with The Main to pour out the full story of her wine shop, Vinorama.
From Garden to Bouquet: The Story of Floramama's Farmed Flowers
We recently sat down with the author and owner of Floramama, Chloé Roy, to hear her story and learn about the magic behind her ecological flower farm—and her upcoming book launch.