Category: Restaurant Reviews

Shout Out 04: Pintxo Montreal

Date night? Girls night? Regular night? It’s time to get fancy and we’ve got the place for you! Pintxo is the perfect amount of up-scale, fancy dining while still maintaining a chill, comfortable atmosphere. Wanna toss on your Sunday best? Pintxo…

Shout Out 03: La Rockette

Every week when Friday rolls around I’m always saying “why don’t we go somewhere we can dance!?”. Every time it seems we end up sitting around a table drinking beers in a place to loud to hear the person you’re talking…

Sel Gras, or How to properly host a dinner party

Sel Gras opened its doors in hip Mile End about a year ago, and has been receiving praise ever since.  Fittingly enough, that is the main reason why it was chosen to host a loved one’s birthday party on a cold…

Shout Out 02: Restaurant Nilufar

Ladies and gentlemen, the search is over. We’ve found Montreal’s best falafel. That being said, Restaurant Nilufar on Ste-Catherine deserves a serious shout out for more than that, and here’s why: 1 – The Prices: You can get a falafel,…

Shout Out 01: Lola Rosa

If you haven’t been to Lola Rosa yet, you need to get there ASAP. And here’s why: 1. There are two different locations:  one on Avenue du Parc, and the other one on Milton.  Which means Plateau Residents those who don’t like to…

Frank & Oaks’ new roommate in the Mile End; Café Névé!

When new Mile End cafés are as common as potholes, it can be hard to get excited every time doors open. But the latest Café Névé storefront is forcing people to think different by emerging from a peculiar business mix….

Mais Restaurant

Mais – The Mile-End’s Stationary Taco Truck

When food trucks are no where to be seen, Montrealers are hitting Mais to get their taco fix.  Conveniently located on St-Laurent corner St-Viateur, Mais offers various mexican delicatessen where fellow mexican restaurant La Chilenita once served enchiladas. Don’t expect piñatas or…

Top Five Best Hangover Breakfast Joints in Montreal

We’re told throughout our college years that the best cure for a throbbing forehead is a further sickening greasy breakfast. And even know we should know better by now, we can’t resist that delicious bacon the minute we wake up…

It's Caesar Season at the Royal Phoenix

The polar vortex has finally retreated and the terraces are open for business again. For many Canadians, the onset of summer means two things: Clamato and vodka. While there are a number of bars around Montreal that offer a pretty…