On May 29, you can visit libraries in Montreal, but the experience—especially browsing—will be very, very different
Admission will be $10 per car for the new drive-in movie theatre project in Vaudreuil-Dorion
It's good news for some of the cultural sector in the province, but visitors won't recognize the new experience.
Looking for face masks in Montreal? Check out these brands, designers, boutiques and charities' offerings
These eateries from Time Out Market Montréal are open for business, serving stellar food for delivery and takeout.
It's called the Xgerminator, and trial runs are being carried out at the checkout of Summerhill Market in Toronto
Here are all the chart toppers for breakfast, lunch and dinner with the best delivery and takeout in Montreal
Every week, we've got the latest and greatest—the best new delivery and takeout in Montreal open and ready for action
In an effort to encourage Montrealers to get outside and stay active, the city is reopening all kinds of outdoor facilities
We spoke with local Montreal gym owners about how they plan to reopen—expect extra sanitization, smaller classes and more
You may need to stay home, but the best delivery and takeout in Montreal will help get you through this.
Keep your fridge full and improve your cooking skills ten-fold.
Brought to your doorstep or picked up, this wine delivery in Montreal will make staying indoors a little more bearable.
These grocery stores in Montreal are everything you need to explore flavours and textures from around the globe.
Amazing things to do on every corner, from arts and culture to food and drink.
Tightly packed with attractions, bars, restaurants and things to do—here's what you need to check out.
A major source of amazing things to do and see—don’t even get us started about the food!
Montreal’s Mile End may be small, but it’s mighty.
We’ve got the lowdown on Chinatown and all of the hidden gems it holds.
#WrightVirtualVisits takes fans on short tours of famous buildings around the country.
They're the result of years upon years of study.
They say good things come in small packages.
Get a view of angelfishes, wrasses, tangs and butterflyfishes making their way through the water.
Don't miss out on some of the world's most beautiful natural wonders.
Check out the International Space Station or step into the Armstrong Flight Research Center.
It's actually super exciting.
You've never seen Disneyland quite like this.
Virtually make your way from Springer Mountain in Georgia to Mount Katahdin in Maine.
The Broad is finally letting you spend as much time with its signature piece as you’d like.
Nothing matters more to us than a happy and healthy Montreal. That’s why we are temporarily closing Time Out Market Montréal as of March 17.
We talked to her about her path to becoming to a chef, her experiences at the market, and how she handles leadership.
We spoke to the chef and restaurateur Cheryl Johnson, co-chef of the culinary powerhouse Montréal Plaza and its stellar market offshoot Montréal Plaza Deli, about going from a military brat to a CIA-trained chef, maintaining balance in the kitchen and what makes Montreal exceptional.
We spoke to Hilary McGown, co-owner of the taco-truck-turned-institution Grumman ’78 and its market eatery, about her inspirations, influences and epiphanies.
Get to know Suyin Wong, the pastry chef of Hof Kelsten and its unforgettable delicacies found at the market eatery Hof SuCrée.
Get to know Dyan Solomon, the all-star chef, author and restaurateur behind institution restaurants in Griffintown, Old Montreal and at Time Out Market Montréal.
We want to share with you some of our favourites, the winners of our contest, who tell amazing stories that just choked us up.
Get to know Leigh Roper, a chef of the essential restaurant Foxy you can find at Time Out Market Montréal.
We met chef Godbout to discuss his new menu, Ô-Québec, his inspirations and the city that can’t get enough of his food.
Learn why Romados—and Portuguese chicken—is such an essential thing to eat in Montreal.
See what happens when you put the best of city under one roof.
Time Out Market Montréal is made up of some of the city’s best food, drink and culture—here’s why you should go.
These aren’t going to be your average eggs Benny, two-egg plates or stacks of pancakes. Check out the menu here.
These 100% plant-based creations from the city’s best chefs and restaurants are the top picks you need to try.
After you check out the selection of drinks at Time Out Market Montréal, your 5 à 7s and weekend will never be the same.
The rise of “red-sauce Italian” and “Italian-Canadian” restos has only increased Montrealers’ appetite for more authentic and rustic renditions of the cuisine.
It’s restaurants like Le Red Tiger in the Gay Village that are pushing the Montreal Viet scene to new levels of refinement.
Across North America there’s a street food renaissance going on.
Hof SuCrée features an invention that combines ubiquitous French viennoiserie with the best bagel seasoning.
The culinary reputation of Montreal may lately come from its huge portions and bold flavours, but there’s still room for French dining.
Here’s your list of essentials for the best things to do in Montreal, from fantastic attractions to cultural powerhouses.
Find every festival you can think of, live shows, pop-ups, grand openings and much, much more.
Our top picks for the best things to do in Montreal with kids make sure you’ll be having just as much fun as they are.
You’ll find hours of fun for you and your squad filled with puzzles, mazes, mysteries and more.
Find activities, attractions and more without spending a single dime with some of the best free things to do in Montreal.
Get the lowdown on exploring the forested grandeur of Canada by using this guide to the best hiking near Montreal.
Maximize your dime and time with the best cheap things to do in Montreal, from arts and culture to food and drink.
Boredom isn’t an option in Montreal when looking at all of the city's parties and festivities happening year after year.
The best Montreal attractions reveal the city’s rich history and landmarks, all waiting to be (re)discovered.
Ponder fine art, explore historical crypts, go on walking tours and more at the most inspiring museums in the city.
When looking for where to relax and escape the city in every season, look to the greenery of the best parks in Montreal.
Get lost in shelves and stacks full of literature and brain candy by visiting these amazing libraries in Montreal.
You'll find a full range of local legends, groundbreakers and under-the-radar ops.
Find the latest in the city’s dining and drinking options.
If Montreal had the Michelin Guide, which restaurants would earn a spot on the list?
This is your eat-like-a-local bucket list beyond eating poutine, smoked meat and bagels.
From soft-serve swirls to creamy gelato.
Fine foods for a fraction and meals at a steal.
Enjoy some sun-drenched, boozy and gastronomical good times.
The storied and accomplished facets of a foundational cuisine.
You won’t find any animal products, but you will find amazingly tasty food.
Make the most of a meal and buy the bottle you want—it’s the best of both worlds.
Vegetable-forward options never tasted so good.
For starting days off right or repairing last night’s damage.
Be it fine wines, mixology masters or perfect pints.
From high-rise hotel bars with pools, patios and terrasses.
From evening supper clubs to brimming bars and after-hours clubs.
Those excelling at serving up cocktails on the down low in covert settings.
Whether it’s red, white, orange, rosé or sparkling.
Drink Montreal’s best beer at these bars, breweries and taprooms.
The classy and the classic in hotels, speakeasy bars and more.
From pubs and pool halls to huge bars with TVs everywhere you look.
Find the cheapest beers and deals on shots—plus jukeboxes, gambling and games.
Gay bars, LGBTQ hangouts, star-studded drag shows and music venues.
For your next singsong night out on the town, from private rooms to dive bars.
The hottest shows with class and swank for ladies and gentlemen alike.
It’s a ‘til-you-drop affair for clothes, shoes, jewelry and more.
If you’re in search of one stop curio shops, choice vintage and antique finds.
From the freshest ingredients to scoping local vendors.
Where you can buy non-medical cannabis to smoke responsibly.
Whether you're a local or a tourist, get to know the 514 better than ever on foot.
Hit the road, take a hike, visit small-town gems or bask in some big city glory.
Find your perfect neighborhood with this guide to Montreal's best enclaves.
Relax, dine and luxuriate in style with the finest amenities in town.