Last week, I was invited to a very chic picnic with Grey Goose Vodka. Inspired by the French Riviera, we sipped on classic vodka martinis (with a twist of lemon) and enjoyed fresh-shucked oysters in the garden at the Field & Stream Club in Dorval. The cocktail was followed by a traditional French picnic on blue ...
- Spas & Bien-être
- Ville en Vert
- Les filles en ville
- Plaisirs zurbains
- Idées cadeaux
- Zone d'essai
- Blogue de Carrie
- Mode de rue
- Nos Zamours
- Zen Zurbaine
- Vos articles chouchous
- Pâtisseries & cafés
In June, I was invited to go on a cruise with AML Cruises for their Red Carpet Urban Dinner Cruise. This unforgettable evening was truly impressive. As soon as we arrived at the Alexandre Quay, we were welcomed like celebrities, with a red carpet and very flexible nautical acrobats.(My friend, Eve Martel who has the blog Tellement Swell also wore the ...
Grand Prix, for me, is all about the parties and the excuse to go all glam over the course of an entire weekend. I started attending F1 parties 5 years ago when the Ritz-Carlton first invited me to their prestigious Grand Prix party. Knowing that this year’s event at the Ritz is beyond most people’s ...
If Marie Antoinette and Freddy Mercury had a love child, he could’ve very well been as quirky and cute as British-born pastry chef Nick Kemball. Nick recently opened Libertine Bakehouse, a refreshingly unassuming and unconventional pastry shop on Atwater Avenue in Saint-Henri. I had first seen Nick’s pastries on Instagram and popped in one day ...
I’m still getting to know my neighbourhood and all of the wonderful things that it has to offer. This week, I discovered that the Golden Square Mile association launched its first restaurant week with eight restaurants offering a fixed menu at a very nice price. Tuesday, I had lunch at the Beaux-Arts restaurant in the ...
I honestly don’t eat out often enough. 2016 was a particularly bad year for me as far as restaurant outings go because I just didn’t have the budget for it after we bought our house (bye, bye disposable income!), but there will always be a reason to celebrate and therefore, I’d like to believe that ...