Piatti’s redesign bridges the past and the present. It’s apparent in the materials, textures, and colours chosen for their traditional aesthetic: natural oak flooring, marble, floor-to-ceiling sheer curtains, ceramics, and velvet.
A collection of Montreal restaurants are setting a new standard on the city’s restaurant scene.
Montreal rolls out the red carpet for visitors with cutting-edge contemporary public art, neighbourhoods transforming into the newest “it” spot, and design-worthy places to call home for a weekend or longer. For your next getaway to la belle province, consider these five new experiences in Montreal.
The city’s speakeasy-style bars are thriving by being as discrete as possible.
A warming selection of mainstay eats you can rely on through the colder months.
Following the success of the tasting menu–centric Le Mousso, chef Mouseau-Rivard has opened an à la carte counterpart next door.
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.