Versality is the defining trait of Bouffe Dave Plant Food, Montreal’s new part-catering, part-breakfast, part-lunch spot in the Gay Village.
Located in Griffintown, a neighbourhood that’s consistently up-and-coming for restaurants in Montreal, Hvor has been hard to miss since opening in May 2016 to high laudations.
The wine bar opened with little more advertisement than an Instagram post, and is already off to the races.
Once lackluster and overpriced, hotel dining options are now becoming increasingly elevated.
Montreal’s all-star, six-year-old Italian eatery Nora Gray has a brand-new companion in the form of a pizza and wine bar.
The first step to visiting the neighbourhood’s newest tequila and mezcal bar is finding it.
Hopkins offers sophisticated, fine dining takes on traditional French bistro cuisine in an elegant atmosphere.
Impossibly bright natural lighting, sweeping views, and sci-fi inspired furnishings are just some of what you’ll find in the city—if you know where to look.
Designed by local firm Atelier Mainor, Le Blossom boasts an unusual and trendy atmosphere that feels like an upscale cocktail lounge, space capsule, and garden hybrid.