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Posted May 10, 2011 in Events, For Both, Hot Spots

Vans-Off-The-Hook

An eVans to Remember!

Last week, I attended the opening of the first Vans flagship store in Canada at Off The Hook in downtown MTL. The excitement was there as distinct individuals from our wonderful city had the chance to venture in a one of kind shop that offers heritage & visual attraction. For this special event, Vans & Off The Hook had the honor of...

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Posted Apr 28, 2011 in About Last Night, Food, Hot Spots

Chuck-Hughes

Chuck Hughes hits the spot: Garde Manger Restauran...

When Montreal chef Chuck Hughes turned up the heat on Iron Chef America by defeating culinary master Bobby Flay with Canadian lobster, expect to reserve almost 2 months in advance at his Old Montreal restaurant Garde Manger. A small and quaint resto/lounge located on the corner of rue Saint-Francois-Xavier and rue Saint Paul boasts a very...

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Posted Apr 18, 2011 in Eco & Vintage, For Both, Hot Spots

ArchiveMontreal

Boutique Archive Montreal – One for the Good Books...

Sometimes you discover a new treasure when you least expect it. As did I last weekend strolling with coffee and cam in tow in the Villeray District. Spick-and-span new, we’re talking less than a month it’s open for business, Archive Montreal is a lovely boutique nestled on Villeray Street. Part vintage shop, part skate shop and a...

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Posted Jan 6, 2011 in For Both, Hot Spots

The-Blonde-Salad

Pati’s List

Nothing can be stylish without inspiration, and while inspiration for some comes from within (cough…bulls#!t…cough), we all need a muse. I sat down with one of my most fashion-conscious friend to get the scoop on how she chooses her outfits. Pati Dearest, (that’s her name for this piece) happens to have a collection of blogs she follows....

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Posted Dec 10, 2010 in Food, Hot Spots

Latkes

Modern Hostess: Hosting a Christmukah Party

The holiday season is the perfect time to host a cozy party at home. Once it starts getting cold outside, people are more likely to want to stay in rather than bearing the cold and wind while waiting in line for a club or a cab. More importantly, who wants to run the risk of ruining their shoes in the snow or the salt they use to “melt”...

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Posted Nov 15, 2010 in Decor, Events, Food, Hot Spots

Loews-Hotel-Vogue

Loews Hotel Vogue unveils the new look of Opera Ba...

Facing stiff competition with several other boutique hotels namely in Old Montreal, Loews Hotel Vogue is claiming back its original concept with the revamping of its Opera Bar. In the heart of downtown’s corporate and fashion scene, the Vogue opened its doors this month to the city’s cosmopolitan nightlife for a grand evening of wining and...

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