White-walled, breezy and minimalist, État de Choc, on Montreal’s St. Laurent Boulevard, is a “metaphorical adoptive country for everyone who loves chocolate.”
Quebec’s province-wide gin boom has been spurred on by significant changes to laws that now allow distilleries to give samples and sell bottles at their own on-site boutiques.
El Pequeño’s capacity is capped at 11 (including the bartender), giving the room an inviting intimacy.
The theme of identity is a thread that weaves through time at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts’ upcoming fall exhibitions spanning the mediums of archaeology, painting, and photography.
The city’s speakeasy-style bars are thriving by being as discrete as possible.
Marc Bourg is pacing around my kitchen like an expectant father. “Is the cast iron skillet ready? Is the oven preheated?”
Following his first solo exhibition at Galerie Youn in Montreal last year, Bruno Leydet’s kitsch-inspired acrylic-on-canvas paintings have established the artist as one to watch in the contemporary art domain.
Young restaurateurs take on the Quebecois food scene in Montreal’s Plateau neighbourhood.
A presbytery turned contemporary art centre in Plateau-Mont-Royal offers a gallery and education space for Montreal creatives.