Griffintown

Hoping everyone had a great holiday. Spent mine the same as every year, breaking resolutions in world record time and eating my weight in things cooked with butter. Reconnecting with friends and family during the holidays is also fun; classic discussion topics, Kardashians, politics, how fast someone filled up gas at the first sight of […]

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Fried chicken is often considered comfort food. Comfort food rarely ever considered fancy food. What’s there to make fancy? A dismembered bird, bathed in its children, floured and deep fried. It’s usually comes with a side of fluorescent coleslaw and served in a bucket. It’s the best kind of food. It’s everything you want it […]

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I don’t know much about Jewish food. I’ll be the first to admit it. I mean, I’ve eaten it but it’s not like I’ve ever studied it or anything. But growing up in Montreal with grandparents who lived in the Mile-End, I can say that I ate my weight in smoked meat, lox, bagels, and […]

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Sometimes I eat vegetables. There I said it. Jokes aside, I enjoy eating healthy. Not only out of necessity (science stipulates certain affects pounding down cheeseburgers and poutines has on the body), but out of choice. As much as I love BBQ, burritos, pizza as the next person, I can’t help but crave something lighter […]

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Do you feel that? That! There’s a rumble in town and it’s the sound people of Montreal rolling from restaurant to restaurant taking in one of the most tastiest food events of the year, MTL à Table! Montreal’s official “restaurant week” – from October 29th to November 8th features over 140 restaurants around town that […]

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Restaurants have been becoming more and more brave and creative in concept, from restaurants in Montreal with bacon-centric menus, to places with no menus at all. I recently stopped by Nini Meatball House in St-Henri for (if you couldn’t guess by the name of the place) a meal made up of different kinds of meatballs. […]

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