Taste-Testing the Expo Manger Santé et Vivre Vert on Global Television

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This morning I got Kim Sullivan to taste 7 products from this upcoming weekend's Expo Manger Santé et Vivre Vert in Montreal. Here are the products we sampled: 1. The Salads-in-a-Jar from Ma Vitrine Bio These super healthy meal-in-a-jar salads made in Quebec. The maki jar … [Read more...]

In Time for St. Patrick’s Day: Beer and Wine Delivered to Your Door in Montreal

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Foodora chose the St. Patrick's day weekend to launch its beer and wine delivery in Montreal. The belle province is getting the delivery service before Toronto and Vancouver thanks to its more laissez-faire regulations, according to a PR rep. "The QC framework proved to be … [Read more...]

Kampai Garden: Pitchers of Cocktails, Asian-Inspired Bar Food, Pool and Basketball Near Guy-Concordia

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You might have heard of Kampai Garden. And depending on who told you about it, it was either referred to as a beer hall with free pool tables (and a couple of supershot basketball arcade games), or a cocktail lounge with refreshing goji berry-sprinkled pitchers of crushed ice … [Read more...]

Damas: Gorgeous Syrian in Outremont

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Upscale Middle Eastern is still riding high in Montreal – especially with Damas Restaurant at the reins. Inspired by Yotam Ottolenghi and a slew of popular cookbooks from across the pond, Su is dragging well-dressed Westmounters to Verdun, LOV is doing it vegetarian in the Old … [Read more...]

La Sala Rosa’s New Menu: Quality Spanish Classics at an Unbeatable Price

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The first time I came to Sala Rosa was on New Year's Eve about five years ago. I didn't even know it was a restaurant then. I thought it was just a live music venue, which is still a lot of peoples' reactions when I tell them it's the city's best kept Spanish secret. My friend … [Read more...]