Montreal institution Else’s, a popular watering hole, is stepping up its game with a new and improved menu, courtesy of two chefs who have been around the block.
Chak Wow, a new delivery service in Mile End/Little Italy, serves up the most authentic (and cheap!) Thai food in Montreal.
Montreal has been slow on the uptake when it comes to quality Mexican food in town, but Mile End’s new Mais makes up for lost time.
Your bank account’s dwindling balance doesn’t exactly inspire good cheer and benevolence at this time of year, but you’re still expected by friends, family and co-workers to go out and socialize, right? Head here for relatively cheap, quality eats.
This year, Dispatch Coffee took its espresso on the road. Now, as snow descends on the city, it’s doing its thing in a Mile End pop-up shop.
Local filmmaker Yung Chang’s adaptation of Adam Leith Gollner’s acclaimed book is is a beautifully shot, heartwarming glimpse into the world of fruit obsessives.
Société-Orignal bridges the gap between the farm and the plate by bringing local produce directly to Montreal restauranteurs.
You don’t have to be rolling in the Benjamins (or the Bordens, in this case) to enjoy a good meal in a classy establishment. Put on your best sweater-vest and head out to any of these sure bets for a good deal at Taste MTL.
You may have heard that the Grumman ’78 gang, they of serious local taco renown, recently opened their headquarters to the public. How does the food from their St-Henri digs compare to their mobile eats? Joanna Fox found out.
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