A short weekend in Montreal

There is always plenty to do in Montreal, from art to music to the wealth of dining options. Most people, probably, come here to eat and drink. So we did the same for a couple quick days. Just as any trip a few dinning options stood out, lets look at them in order:

Agrikol: Haitian restaurant on 1844 Rue Amherst. Everything about this place is fantastic: the location is just off the busy streets, the décor is fantastic, cocktails are expertly mixed and the food is rich and flavourful. You might want to spend a few hours here.

Note: patio has a different menu and usually a wait.

Le Richmond: a brunch place turn restaurant turn club by night. This is a nice and fancy place, the kind you might want to dress up to. Brunch menu is fine-tuned and well executed with a nice selection of cocktails and beautifully decorated, large space.

La Salle À Manger: a casual brunch place in the hear of Montreal. While people are waiting in line for more popular places down the street you can have Lobster éclair and other authentic exotic brunch dishes under with the incredibly friendly La Salle staff.


To see the adventure through Instagram look up #xoMontreal16. 

In the gear bag: Lumix GF7  Digital Camera. The bottom brunch image taken with an iPhone.