Straight to the top! If you remember Club 737 at the top of Place Ville Marie you’ll remember going for the view and not much else. Now you can head there for reinvented Québec cuisine thanks to the latest addition to the string of Les Enfants Terribles restaurants (there is one in Outremont and another ...
- 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
It only comes but once a year and sometimes, it's exhausting just thinking about it, but this year, I've come up with a game plan for my Grand Prix week! LUXE PATIOS La Plage Moët & Chandon at Maison Boulud Not only for Grand Prix, the Moët & Chandon beach patio is open to the public until July ...
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Living with HIV/AIDS has got to be one of the most challenging struggles. That’s why since 1992, the Farha Foundation has been raising money for various organizations in Quebec (76 in total!) which help those affected by HIV/AIDS. The foundation created by the late Ron Farha has donated over $9.3 million to these organizations since ...
Calling all Ladies (and Gents) who lunch in style…and care about our majestic mountain…do I have an event for you! Fashioned after the famous "hat luncheon" (officially, the Frederick Law Olmsted Awards Luncheon) in New York's Central Park, Les amis de la montagne are launching the first Chapeau mont Royal in the historic Chalet du ...
Named for the quote by Robert Louis Stevenson, “There are no foreign lands. It is the traveller only who is foreign," the Peter Doig exhibition at the Musée des beaux-arts is a vibrant glimpse into the colourful life of Trinidad. The Scottish-born artist has lived in Edinburgh, London and Montreal before settling in Trinidad where ...