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What to do in Montreal today: Sunday, February 2

The top events happening in the city, daily.

Théâtre Sainte-Catherine’s Sunday Night Improv begins its 2020 run. The workshop and show is open to all ages (though the on-site bar is not), and this week’s edition promises “some of the best artists across all mediums.” 264 Ste-Catherine E., Montreal, workshop 4 p.m., show 7 p.m., free

If you’ve ever dreamed of watching the Super Bowl on 20 screens simultaneously, Villeray’s Bar la Québécoise is the spot. Drink specials and free munchies will be in effect. 240 Jarry E., 5–11 p.m.

Tom Waits fans take note that members of FET.NAT and other local scenesters will paying homage at Quai des Brumes’s lo-fi 5à7. 4481 St-Denis, 5à7, PWYC

Meanwhile, Villeray’s Melrose Resto is having its Super Bowl party at Roseville Café & Bar. This one is a little lavish, with open bar, a buffet and festive sports bar vibes. 1212 Bélanger, 6:30–8:30 p.m., $54/$62

Happening Gourmand also continues to offer an incentive to oust foodies on a budget from their homes in the dead of winter. Through Feb. 9, participating Old Montreal restaurants are offering prix fixe dinners (also, in some cases brunches) for $17 to $35. See all the details here.

To read our latest To-Do List for things to do, please do so here.

Montreal Listings

You can also check our Listings for more Montreal events in nightlife, and things to do. Similarly, for more concert recommendations, see this week’s edition of Hammer of the Mods.

About Cult MTL

Cult MTL is a daily web and monthly print publication focusing on Montreal music, arts, culture and city life. Along with interviewing local and visiting artists, promoters and entrepreneurs, we feature analysis and criticism by our editorial staff and crew of columnists and freelancers, compile comprehensive event listings, curate a daily To-Do List and run the annual Best of MTL readers poll.