The Burgundy Lion, a traditional British pub with a modern lounge bar that offers a unique twist on British pub cuisine, is located in Little Burgundy. Since its debut 15 years ago, it has developed one of the most complete and enviable whisky programs in the country; perhaps the world.Read More
Le Molière par Mousso opens in the Espace St-Denis complex
Situated in the heart of the Quartier Latin, Le Molière par Mousso has opened at 1560, St-Denis Street, at the corner of de Maisonneuve boulevard. This new elegant, affordable, gourmet French brasserie will provide direct access to the Espace St-Denis complex so guests won’t have to set foot outside before or after a show!Read More
Kettlemans Bagel officially opens its first Montreal location
Kettlemans Bagel officially opened its first location in Quebec steps from the Bell Centre on Avenue des Canadiens. Open 24/7, 365 days a year, Kettlemans offers delicious sandwiches on hand-rolled Montreal bagels which are hand rolled, kettled, and baked in a specially-designed oven.Read More
Kettlemans Bagel opening its first Quebec location near Bell Centre in January
As first reported here last year, with the holiday season fast approaching, Kettlemans Bagel has officially announced it is opening its first location in Quebec at the beginning of January steps from the Bell Centre in downtown Montreal.Read More
MONTRÉAL EN LUMIÈRE: The festival invites everyone over for dinner again with its 24th edition!
MONTRÉAL EN LUMIÈRE, presented in collaboration with Scotiabank, is thrilled to announce that the 24th edition of the festival will be held from February 16 to March 5, 2023, under the theme Discover the best of Montreal in winter!Read More
The shining star of Montréal’s culinary scene unveils over 100 participating restaurants for its 10th edition!
MTLàTABLE will present exceptional dining experiences in over 100 restaurants showcasing the city’s culinary diversity and talent.Read More
Alive and Kicking: Montreal Vegan Festival is Back!
For its 9th edition, Montreal Vegan Festival returns to the Palais des Congrès. On Saturday, October 8th and Sunday, October 9th, 2022, the festival for all food lovers will be back in downtown Montreal.Read More
Little Caesars kicks off customer appreciation days with a BOGO free pizza offer on National Pepperoni Pizza Day
Just in time for National Pepperoni Pizza Day, Little Caesars, the home of Canada’s HOT-N-READY pizza, is introducing a BOGO-free pizza offer during its Customer Appreciation Days between September 20-22.Read More
In the wake of the discontinuation of Liberté cream cheese, Dizz’s Bagel and Deli to the rescue
With news that General Mills will no longer be able to continue making Liberté cream cheese, bagel lovers, in particular, have gone into a bit of panic. Founded by the Kaporovsky family in 1936, Liberté — initially known as Liberty Dairy Products — was created in a building on the corner of St-Urbain and Duluth Streets in Montreal’s Plateau-Mont-Royal borough, as reported by CBC. From there, the Kaporovskys sold kosher dairy products such as cream cheese, cottage cheese and sour cream to the Jewish community living in the area, according to Romanow. The company was…Read More
Quebec gets a C grade on the pandemic liquor policy report card
The grades are in: For the fourth time since 2015, Restaurants Canada has given each province a report card on how industry-friendly their liquor policy landscape is for bars and restaurants.Read More