St-Laurent Blvd.’s other old Jewish deli is going through changes. We can’t quite believe it.
The street sale, Osheaga block party & MURAL festival brought thousands of people to the Main on what turned out to be a beautiful weekend. See the people, the artists & their work here.
Why line up outside the most popular spots when you could eat just as well (or better) right across the street or around the corner.
It’s 3 a.m., which can only mean one thing: hungers of various sorts. Thankfully, though, there are easy options, at least for food.
The St-Laurent Merchants’ Association is spending $30,000 to dress up the street’s empty storefronts with work by local artists. Will that be enough to draw businesses back to the Main?
Pop Montreal is a party marathon. With shows, events and impromptu after-parties happening all over the city into the wee hours of the night from Wednesday ‘til Sunday, even the most diehard fans need refueling at some point — and I’m not talking about more booze.
From classic French cuisine to greasy Quebec poutine, here are the top five restaurants that will help you make it to the end, or at least send you to bed on a full stomach.