Montréal rocks with four-season fun. Summer brings festivals, fall colours, winter snow and spring… food! The return of warmer weather means maple syrup, sangria and the fun of basking in the afternoon sun on pretty patios city-wide. Here are a few ideas on how to take advantage of spring’s delights.
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Get your maple fix at an urban sugar shack
If you’ve got a sweet tooth, sate your maple cravings at Scena, where chef Laurent Godbout hosts his “Un chef à l’érable” for a fourth edition. Our sugaring off season is a good time to discover what’s going on in different neighbourhoods, including the pop-up sugar shack SIROP in Saint-Henri, the Richmond’s Sugar Shack Brunch in Griffintown or the brunch at Landry & Filles on the Plateau Mont-Royal. In public spaces, don’t miss the Cabane Panache et Bois Rond on the Promenade Wellington and the fun-filled Happy Hours at the Jean-Talon and Atwater markets.
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Check out the city’s new restaurants
Montréal’s buzzy culinary scene just keeps getting better and is constantly offering us new restaurants to visit. On the menu this season? Pastries, champagne and fried chicken, plus the latest trend—Nikkei—which combines Peruvian and Japanese cooking.