by JP KARWACKI
Authentic Filipino street food can now be had at a licensed restaurant in Griffintown, far from the cultural hotspot of Côte-des-Neiges.
The Polynesian buffet, tiki kitsch emporium and Hawaiian cocktail slinger will be closing soon. Experience the drinks and decor while there's still time.
by ERIK LEIJON
Every day this week, a star of the local culinary scene will prep a special dish to mark Uniburger's 2nd anniversary. See the mouth-watering details here.
St-Henri restaurant Sumac packs flavours from all over the Syria, Lebannon, Israel and Iraq into its healthy, homestyle comfort food.
by OL DIRTY DELI
We sampled all kinds of comfort food in a working-class Southwest hood far from foodie hotspots, where gentrification hasn't quite taken hold.
A taste of the Bayou at Baron Samedi, a Cajun/Creole-inspired bar and restaurant in Rosemont.
by JONATHAN GABBAY
The third wave joe at Myriade is the subject of the first Coffee Crawl report by a team from local importation company RGC.
by Food Team
Avocado, duck, beets, bacon, eggs, waffles, pulled lamb, Dr. Pepper chili — seems like anything goes when it comes to dressing up poutine this week.
Restaurants all across Montreal have formulated their tastiest, craziest combos of fries, gravy and curds (and more) for next week's culinary battle. Here are the details.
We have Poutine Week, and we have Burger Week. Now the Montreal hot dog is getting its due.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
We tried the Frenchy Japanese bistro fare at Thazard, a reasonably priced, late-night resto by the ramen specialists at Iwashi.
by LOUIS RASTELLI
St-Laurent Blvd.'s other old Jewish deli is going through changes. We can't quite believe it.
* Last day of FIFA fest of films on art
* Zoé Duchesne’s Poupée exhibit & performance
* Cabane à sucre at Atwater Market
* Sunday Night Beatwave Producer & Lyricist Showcase
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