Food

The mysterious top floor of Montreal's Eaton Centre has been silent for almost a quarter century. But the well-preserved space that once housed a magnificent Art Deco restaurant will soon spring back to life with the clink of glasses and murmur of diners.

Sealed like a time capsule since its close in 1999, Le 9e is a vision of streamlined shapes and bold colours, designed by French architect Jacques Carlu, whose other major works include the Palais de Chaillot in Paris.

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With 4/20 on the horizon, it's that time of year when munchies are not just expected—they’re practically a tradition! And who better to cater to your cravings than Pizza Pizza? In true festive spirit, Pizza Pizza is rolling out some uniquely ‘baked’ goodies that are sure to elevate your celebrations.

Introducing the Pizza Pizza Pre-Rolls—no, not those kind of pre-rolls, but pizzas hand-rolled to look just like your favorite herbal delight. Available now through April 20th, these tasty treats come in Pepperoni, Veggie, and the cheekily named Pineapple Express, all for just $3.79 each. Designed to be a hit at any party, these pizzas are rolling out across the country, ready to quench those 4/20 munchies.

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From Beyoncé's Cowboy Carter to TV's Yellowstone to Louis Vuitton's Wild West inspired fashion collection, there's no denying that country western is having a moment — and Montreal has jumped on the bandwagon (or stomped on it, rather, while wearing big ol' cowboy boots).

With our own LASSO music festival making waves in just two years, and Spaghetti Western bar's unrelenting popularity, you might as well start calling the city MontreY'ALL.

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There is no shortage of Vancouver brunch spots in the city, but not all restaurants offer an all-you-can-eat option.

If you've been searching for the ultimate bottomless brunch at a Vancouver restaurant, we've got you covered!

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Montreal's Royalmount mega-mall is set to open this upcoming August and it's safe to say that Quebec is about to get a lot more luxe.

The upcoming Royalmount mall, spearheaded by real estate developer Carbonleo, promises to redefine the shopping experience with over 170 stores, 60+ cafés and restaurants, a VIP cinema, REC room, and various arts and entertainment events.

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If you're a big coffee drinker, you know Vancouver is a coffee lover's dream.

The B.C. city is home to countless coffee shops and the sheer amount of cafes can be overwhelming if you're trying to find a new one to try out.

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Food critic Keith Lee just declared Toronto to be one of the top three foodie cities he's ever visited, and the TikTok star had plenty of great things to say about the restaurants he tried during his recent trip to the 6ix.

Lee visited Toronto in early April, when he dropped a $3,000 tip at one location and promoted several of his tasting experiences online. Many of the restaurants he shouted out have become overnight viral hotspots, with lineups down the block and plenty of buzz on Instagram and TikTok.

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Eric Wareheim — who you may recognize from cult comedy duo Tim & Eric or Netflix's Master of None — is not only a comedian and actor, but also a known foodie.

He's the author of bestselling cookbook FOODHEIM: A Culinary Adventure, is reportedly working on a new book documenting steakhouses across the U.S. and is one of the winemakers behind Las Jaras Wines. His Instagram account looks more like a love letter to food, addressed to his 461K followers, the bio for which reads: "Top Food Blog™️."

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The only thing that's better than a Montreal poutine…is a free Montreal poutine.

Fans of the signature Quebec dish — made up of three ingredients, and three ingredients only: French fries, cheese curds and gravy — can score a free poutine for one day only this month in celebration of an iconic Montreal restaurant.

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Given inflation and the rising cost of living, cheap eats in Montreal are hard to come by these days. But believe it or not, there are still some local restaurants where you can find delicious, filling and affordable food for $5 or less.

Whether you're looking for a hearty snack or a light meal that won't cost your entire paycheque, we've got you covered with a list of the best options. Some are classics, well known amongst Montreal foodies, and others are hidden gems — either way, they'll make your taste buds as happy as your wallet.

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Old Montreal has welcomed a brand new Japanese restaurant to its roster of must-try eateries and this spot promises to transport you and your taste buds to the streets of Tokyo.

Located in the Old Port, Yubari has officially opened its doors on rue McGill, inside the chic Hôtel St. Paul, offering authentic dishes and an unforgettable ambiance.

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