by GEMMA HOROWITZ
Cardinal, Sparrow's new tea room, opened this weekend, and it's really awesome.
Our city has plenty of bagels, but very few bagel sandwiches, so we checked out Hinnawi Bros Bagel & Café, a new spot, to see what it had to offer.
by EMILY RAINE
Bistro Lannes & Pacifique offers tasty, market-fresh French food in a clean modern setting, made cheaper since you bring the bar.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
Eating meat for the first time in 18 years and consuming paralyzing amounts of hot sauce was kind of worth it.
Aaron Langille, most recently of Café Sardine, is the man behind Orange Rouge, a buzzed-about, though somewhat enigmatic, new restaurant in Chinatown. Check out what the place is all about.
by Food Team
It's no huge secret that high-end restaurants — Milos, Toqué and the like — offer cheap lunchtime options. But are those meals good? In the interest of journalism, we found out.
The Beaufort Café in Petite-Patrie offers cheap grignotines, comfort food and hints of Ellefsen's Scandinavian-inspired menu.
by Jonah Campbell
We checked out Vin Vignerons Vinyles, a party at the SAT last night, and sized up Montreal's import wine scene.
Despite its strange choices of décor, EVOO's food — particularly its brunch — isn't so bad.
by KAYLA MARIE HILLIER
The six new donut flavours at Léché Desserts can sound intimidating, but they’re pretty good.
We tried Pizzeria Moteur, and it was amazing.
Le Vin Papillon, the Joe Beef people's newest southwest venture, is nearly everything you would want a wine bar to be.
* Pitch soccer film fest contest
* Smart Design Mart
* Cinema Politica screen Insurgence
* Hip hop art show at En Cachette
* No Joy at Il Motore
* Sean Nicholas Savage at Casa
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