Bar Bello is the latest bar from Kevin Demers, the head of Montreal mixology standard-bearers like the Coldroom, El Pequeño, and Bisou Bisou.
Wills Beer addresses a gap in the Quebec beer market, between old-school lagers and kitschy new experimental brews.
Gare Viger in Old Montreal opened in 1898 as a hotel and train station for the Canadian Pacific Railway. Now, the iconic building is undergoing redevelopment that will transform it into office and residential spaces as well as the home of the new Hyatt Centric Ville-Marie Hotel.
In the space once occupied by Place Ville Marie’s observatory, a new two-storey restaurant—Hiatus—sits almost as high as the peak of Montreal’s forested centrepiece, Mount Royal.
The first of its kind in Montreal, Sabbya is a wellness hub that offers both noninvasive treatments and medical aesthetics, as well as an adaptogen bar and full thermal circuit.
Another Canadian Grand Prix is in the books. After a rainy qualification Saturday, where Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton challenged Max Verstappen for pole position, on Sunday the transcendently talented Dutch driver was able to hold on for victory, his sixth of the 2023 championship and fourth in a row.
The most luxurious hotels of the 1920s were built for crowds, with spectacular spaces for political and business meetings, fine dining, and socializing. Montreal’s new Honeyrose Hotel, inspired by that era but with a more contemporary atmosphere, includes laid-back luxuries, art deco interiors of curvilinearity and bold geometry, and three sizeable restaurants near Place des Festivals.
Vogue Hotel in Montreal’s Golden Square Mile has officially reopened, revealing a nouveau look courtesy of Sid Lee Architecture. A fixture on Avenue de la Montagne since 1990, the hotel is now part of the Curio Collection by Hilton.
This year, Plural welcomes dozens of contemporary art galleries from eight cities across Canada. With no shortage of exceptional works to explore, here are just a few of the highlights to catch at Plural this weekend.