Here's everything you can and can't do in the city, and how to protect yourself, as we track what you can and can't do in Montreal's red zone.
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The Plateau's North Star Machines À Piastres is renting out pinball machines and more on a monthly basis, and they make for the coolest holiday gifts.
Pastel alumni Renée Deschenes, Louie Deligianis and Blake Hickerson—known for their previous work with the Baby Duck pop-up series—will be opening a New French…
While red zone restrictions in Montreal and elsewhere will continue until January 11, 2021, the Quebec government will permit a limited window for gatherings…
Premier François Legault announced in a press conference on November 19 that red zone restrictions would continue until January 11, 2021.
The City of Montreal is sweetening the parking deal even further for the holidays by making it free on weekdays after 6pm—but only if you're downtown.
We're taking stock of what we can't do—and what we can do instead—this holiday season in Montreal.
The gustatory meets the auditory in the Phi Centre's project Soundbites, where meals from local chefs get paired with storytelling and soundtracks.
If you missed out on checking out the electronic music and digital art of MUTEK this past summer, it's all available online for free until November 30.
What's open and closed in Montreal
Here's everything you can and can't do in the city, and how to protect yourself, as we track what's open in Montreal.
As restaurants and bars reopen in Montreal, we're taking time to remember the ones we've lost.
On September 30, Quebec Premier François Legault and Public Safety Minister Geneviève Guilbault described how they would be enforcing the rules.
The centerpiece of the Royalmount is a 30-foot wide stage with a giant LED screen and audio that gets broadcasted to cars.
Fall in Montreal
Grab some gourds and enjoy local treats when checking out any one of these pumpkin patches for picking near Montreal.
Think you won't get to have a food coma this Thanksgiving weekend? Try any one of these Montreal restaurants' menus.
Slice up one of the best pies in Montreal from these bakeries and pastry kings doing top-notch sweet specialties.
Take a day trip, have some fun on a farm, enjoy freshly-baked goods and get lost in a corn maze near Montreal.
Once fall rolls around, make the most of the season by visiting the best apple picking in Montreal—it’s all within reach.
The latest from Time Out Market Montréal
It's been one whole year since Time Out Market Montréal opened its doors to the city, so it's celebrating with a big giveaway of gift certificates.
Paul Toussaint's spot at Time Out Market Montréal will combine his signature creations with the menu at Kamúy starting Oct 30.
What other address in Montreal is a one-stop shop doing delivery of Vietnamese, Caribbean, Japanese, and Italian?
On a lunch break? Looking to enjoy summer while it lasts? Here's where to bring your takeout picnic.
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