Montreal dating ideas
That’s .02 more than last year and up more than 0 since 2015.
The average Canadian spends 5.56 for a “fancy” date night (which includes a nice dinner and theatre tickets) according to Rate Supermarket’s annual “Cost of Love” survey.
Brasserie Harricana is a must-see (and must-drink) destination to add to your Montréal itinerary.
L’Euguélionne is an independent bookstore established by a Montréal collective back in 2015.
Owned by Bernadette Houde from the band Lesbians on Ecstasy, this casual joint becomes the neighbourhood hotspot on weekends, when locals are hungry for brunch.
From the breakfast taco to the chipotle club, you’re sure to find lasting satisfaction on its menu.
Admission to the gallery and permanent exhibits is free. Plus, it’s a safe space where you can let your true colours shine.
Every spring, the LGBTQ community converges in this industrial space in Mile-Ex to savour its unforgettable drinks (that means you, Bicicletta) and soak up the festive atmosphere. On weeknights, the crowd also includes young professionals and students—especially when the sun comes out.
Florence Gagnon is the founder of Lez Spread the Word (LSTW), a website providing news and entertainment content in French and English, while being a valuable resource for the French- and English-speaking lesbian community.
Not only have they been brewing their own suds at their Jean-Talon Street location since 2015, they’ve also produced tantalizing menus for brunch, lunch and dinner.
The down-to-earth atmosphere was inspired by the original brasserie run by Marie-Pier’s father in Amos, Québec —and it’s without a doubt the key to their success.