Picnicking is an important part of summer in Montreal. Like really important. We bring food and drinks and wine and candles to truly, madly, deeply enjoy our public places and to celebrate birthdays and bridal showers and Tuesdays. Check out the following list of beautiful green spots and the best basket-worthy eats nearby.
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Montreal is one of Canada's best cities for food, if not the best. Between late-night poutine joints, Michelin-calibre bistros and diverse fare from around the world, it's easy to spend several days i...
One of my favourite times to be in Montreal is in late summer and early fall, when festival frenzy winds down and Montrealers come out to catch the last wave of warm weather. The beat of the city is lush and mellow: flowers are still in bloom, there's time to linger over dinner at a restaurant terrasse, and the mood is purely pleasure-driven.
Montreal is known around the world for its amazing restaurants. Anthony Bourdain has proudly proclaimed his love for the city's culinary scene, while many of the foods people consider Canadian icons (...
Chef Anthony Bourdain has made no secret of his love for Montreal's culinary scene. After filming an episode of his Travel Channel show "The Layover" in the city last year (as well as an episode of hi...