What are some of your favorites?

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By Local March 3, 2017
Montreal

What are some of your favorites?

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By Bethany Local March 3, 2017

I have travelled to Montreal 3 times. Every years since I first fell in love with the city. I want to know your favourite things to do and where do you like to go? If you could recommend one thing I should do what is it? I'll be traveling this July.

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Where are you from? What food do you prefer?

There is a lot of different awesome spots, covering a vast array of taste and prices. It can be a long question to answer since there are a lot of different neighbourhoods. Which area did you visit?

I live in the south-west, in the area my favorites spots are :
- Adamo for pizza
- for coffee : st-henri, lili & oli and Campanelli
-Joe beef and vin papillon, sumac, evoo for restaurants
- satay brothers, kazu and imadake for Asian restaurants
- Loïc for wine bar
- Bar de courcelle and drinkerie for beers
- the Atwater market is full of nice produces :)

I hope that helps.

Let me know if you want more.

Guillaume
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Local March 6, 2017
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Mount royal park, check out the different festivals in july, go walking, biking or even picknicking around the canal lachine its very nice. A boat cruise in the old port. Go see st joseph oratory. Jean talon market, atwater market, Lafontaine park.there is lots to do
Local March 4, 2017
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I really like the sounds of the boat cruise. Thanks!
If you want a good, not too expensive place to eat, make sure to go to Café Parvis (next to place-des-arts, where most of the festivals are). Also, if you like walking or the outdoors, you should go to Parc Jean-Drapeau. There are a lot of different free activities, but also a beach if you need some time to relax :)
Local March 3, 2017
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The summer in Montreal means getting excited about all the festivals like Osheaga, Piknic Électronik, the Jazz Festival, or even the magical fireworks! There is so much to do beside the festivals as well. Let's get in touch!
Local March 3, 2017
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In July we will have the Comedy Festival and Fireworks festival ongoing.
Make sure to enjoy the outdoors and all the activities related to these events.
J
Local March 3, 2017
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Make sure you go to place Jacques Cartier on the mont-royal Sunday around 1:00pm
Local March 3, 2017
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Ohh that sounds great, thank you!
Make sure you go on the mont-royal Sunday 1pm for the tam tam!
Local March 3, 2017
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Any bike, walking or food tour organized by Fitz and Folwell!
Local March 3, 2017
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Take any bike, walking,or food tour organized by Fitz and Folwell.
It will enhance your experience in Montreal and you will feel like a local!
Enjoy, dl
Local March 3, 2017
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Thanks k you Donna I will definitely do this!
You are very welcome!Bon weekend!
Jean-Talon market in the summer is so much fun. Much better than the Atwater market.
Local April 29, 2017
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If you like desserts, i can't recommend enough the following places :

Patrice patissier
Sophie Sucré
Local April 29, 2017
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Where are you from? What food do you prefer?

There is a lot of different awesome spots, covering a vast array of taste and prices. It can be a long question to answer since there are a lot of different neighbourhoods.

I live in the south-west, in the area my favorites spots are :
- Adamo for pizza
- for coffee : st-henri, lili & oli and Campanelli
-Joe beef and vin papillon, sumac, evoo for restaurants
- satay brothers, kazu and imadake for Asian restaurants
- Loïc for wine bar
- Bar de courcelle and drinkerie for beers
- the Atwater market is full of nice produces :)

I hope that helps.

Let me know if you want more.

Guillaume
G
Local March 6, 2017
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If you want a good, not too expensive place to eat, make sure to go to Café Parvis (next to place-des-arts, where all the festivals are). Also, if you like walking or the outdoors, you should go to Parc Jean-Drapeau. There are a lot of different free activities, but also a beach if you need some time to relax :)
Local March 3, 2017
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