If you're planning on hunkering down until the next red zone lockdown deadline comes—or you're thinking enough time has passed for the lines at the new UNIQLO to have died down and now you can check it out—then order up some food from some of the best chefs in the city at Time Out Market Montréal. It'll get colder this month, so the spicy Caribbean eats of Paul Toussaint, curry and ramen from Marusan, bowls of pho from Le Red Tiger and carbloading on Il Milgio are your best friends. Pick up some hot cups of coffee and say hi to Tunnel Espresso while you're there!
As if the last month of fall in the city couldn't get any weirder: People find themselves asking what is open and what they can and can't do in Montreal as they wait for the red zone restrictions in the city to (hopefully) lift by November 23. Until then, despite what the mood in the city may tell you, there are a lot of things to do in Montreal during November 2020. Best to get out while the weather's still good enough for walks in parks with hot lattés from the best cafés, explore the always-increasing takeout and delivery options around you, plan recipes with farmers markets, and more.
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