Montreal Poutine in the Vieux Port

Originating in Quebec in the 1950’s, poutine, a dish of thick cut fries, covered in gravy and cheese curds, has since become one of the most popular regional cuisines in the province. Montreal Poutine, located in the heart of Old Montreal, serves up some of the best in the city. The classic poutine is always […]

Montreal Microbrewery: Les Trois Brasseurs

Based around a deeply rooted family tradition and the basic concept of creating fresh non-pasteurized beer made from the purest ingredients and traditional recipes, The Three Brewers first opened in Place de la Gare à Lille in 1986. Today, the microbrewery and brasserie boasts 28 locations throughout France in addition to numerous locations in Canada, […]

Montreal’s Village des Neiges, 2012

From January 6th to March 31st, 2012, in Montreal’s Parc Jean-Drapeau, you will have the exclusive opportunity to visit a replica of the great City of Montreal entirely made out of ice and snow. This distinctive concept includes an Ice Hotel offering 15 standard rooms and 10 prestige suites, igloos, a heated glass igloo, a […]

Montreal: Le Hobbit Bistro

The menu for this French bistro maintains an assortment of standard restaurant fare (at the expected prices; $15-$20 plates) and wine (including wines from South Africa).  The pasta is earthy and the maple tart will NOT fall from your fork.  There is also an extensive ‘after-dinner’ cocktail list with a surprisingly wide variety of coffee […]

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