Because there is nothing worse than a bored mind and an empty stomach, we’ve pre-screened the new kids on the block for you, selecting only the best new eateries and happenings in the city.


Do your shopping in style at Grey Goose Marché

Get a taste of the French Riveria thanks to the Grey Goose public pop-up marché taking place on June 29th and June 30th at the Museum of Contemporary Art’s Garden Terrasse. The Grey Goose Marché is a market pop-up that will be feature what every foodie dreams of, like seasonal fruit, veggies, fresh-baked baguettes, pastries, preserves, floral bouquets, and a signature Grey Goose Le Grand Fizz Bar. For those who where fast enough to RSVP their place on the spot, they will also have the chance to experience an exclusive evening event with the Michelin chef Christophe Dufau (Les Bacchanales), along with Canadian Grey Goose Ambassador Stephanie Lamb, will host a one-night-only culinary experience.

Sip cocktails on the new terrasse at Le Blossom Bar

Half bar and half restaurant, Le Blossom Bar just opened a beautiful terasse, allowing you to sip your favorite poison outside, while snacking on makis and other tasty bites. All their food is new and is now spearheaded by Chef Phong Thach (Kaizen, Le Red Tiger), and some new cocktails just showed up on their menu, such as Kamehameha (Sake Nigori, St-Germain, Grapefruit, Amermelade) and Le Blossom Spritz (Sake, Amaro, Aperol, Peach, Bubbly). What truly sets Le Blossom apart is the fact that they now have over 50 private-import sakes, more sakes than any other place in Montreal!

Snack on Asian comfort food at Le Petit Sao PSC

This is the second location for Le Petit Sao, which means “little star” in Vietnamese. The concept revolves around homemade Asian comfort food with fresh ingredients and exciting flavors. You can find on their menu savory Pho soups that don’t need any added sauces, Goi salads, Nuocs drinks, savory spring rolls, grills, and the famous crowd-pleaser, Banh Mi. If you are short on time and can’t enjoy your meal in their perfectly instagramable decor, you can still order it to go, making it the spot to stop by during your next lunch break.


Celebrate Veuve Clicquot Rosé 200th anniversary at Girl Boss Bash Yelloweek

As a part of their annual Yelloweek, Veuve Clicquot invites you to celebrate in style -and with bubbly- the 200th anniversary of Veuve Clicquot Rosé at Nhâu Bar, on June 21. Under the theme, “Girl Boss Bash,” the event will start at 7pm and pay tribute to badass business women such as Madame Clicquot herself. Thanks to her vision, Madame Clicquot became the first women to establish herself as a great female figure in the business world, along with starting one of the famous Champagne houses in the world.


Celebrate the arts with a glass of champagne at Clicquot Pop Up


This year, Yelloweek aims to highlight community and culture. As such, they invite you to celebrate with the Clicquot Pop Up at Catch 22 on June 23, with a BBQ from 12pm to 3pm and a day party until 8pm. You will experience a unique culinary experience while enjoying different aspects of Montreal’s culture. The food will be provided by some of the city’s best restaurants, such as Gypsy, Fylin, and Hà. To add more to the fun, artists will be onsite to entertain guests with the sound of some of the city’s best DJs.



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