The time for Secret Santas is upon us and we’re willing to bet that you have no idea what to get Janine from accounting. But fear not, for we have ideas for you! Whether you work on the Main or live in the area, here are a few simple and original ideas.
Dressing up for the cold, cooking delicious meals at home and warm deco… Winter is at our doorstep, whether we like it or not. The best thing to do is greet it with open arms by focusing on the little pleasures of the cold season. MMM is featuring 5 addresses on the Saint-Laurent Boulevard that [...]
Summer is just around the corner and we need to get ready to welcome it in style! Me Myself and Montreal has therefore found the 5 perfect addresses to help you enjoy it to the fullest thanks to 5 keywords: shine, move, shop, tan and dance! Enjoy your summer and stay tuned for other circuits [...]
Once a year in Montreal, you can enjoy full of free activities (and metro service ALL NIGHT LONG) thanks to Nuit Blanche! Since you’ve probably already marked it in your calendar, we assume you’ve heard of Art to Art, the event organised by the SDBSL (that’s us) with Station 16, the MURAL Festival and Les Amis du Boulevard. [...]
The same team behind Poutine Week relentlessly continues to celebrate the best comfort food in Montreal. Next dish on the menu: the mac n cheese! And we are celebrating it from March 9th to the 16th. With winter dragging on (damn you winter!), good warm food abundantly covered with cheese is pretty much our only [...]
As we write these words, we hear the most Quebecer of all roars coming from all directions and at the same in Montreal… Something like “Go Habs go, tabarnaque!” (not diving head first into stereotypes, of course).It’s time for the 2015 edition of Poutine Week!!!Although 7 days (from February 1st to the 7th) may be [...]
The first edition of the Circuit Index-Design is taking place on Friday, September 19th 2014 in Montreal and the focal point is Saint-Laurent Boulevard! Shuttle buses will pass by Parc du Portugal – where you can also walk around to discover many designer businesses on the Main! Here’s the list:
Well-known Quebec public figure, Virginie Coossa has lived on the Saint-Laurent Boulevard from 2000 to 2012 and still lives on the Plateau. So she knows all there is to know about the Main and its secrets... of which she shares with us right here.
La bouche pleine is a blogger dedicated to those who have eyes bigger than their bellies and who know how to enjoy excessive gastronomic pleasures. Right here, you’ll find a few of her recommendations. For a full list of her 20 favorite addresses, click here (in French only). Bon appétit!
It was supposed to rain on Saturday July 26th, but the sun was very much out at 2pm when the participants of Taste Your Neighbourhood met up with the representative from Yellow Pages (the organizers of the event) and the tour guide at the corner of Saint-Laurent and Prince-Arthur. Discovering various food shops on the [...]
Since starting to work from the office, I’ve rediscovered Saint-Laurent Boulevard. Not that I had really forgotten about it, but driving through it EVERYDAY, you start noticing more and more things. Here are the sweet spots I live for! What are your favorite spots on Saint-Laurent Boulevard? *This is a sponsored article, but I really [...]
When we're going out on St. Laurent we have one thing on our mind: drinks. Right after alcohol is our wallets, and being young, pretty, and poor, we have to choose pretty selectively when we want to get drunk on St. Laurent. A lot of you are probably in the same financial situation, so to [...]
The journalist Claude Deschênes is a Saint-Laurent Boulevard regular. You can often spot him strolling up and down the street between Sherbrooke and Pine. For his itinerary, he speaks to us as Claude the citizen, not the cultural coverage professional. He wanders the Main every day because he has lived in this neighborhood for 25 [...]
Saint-Laurent Boulevard or “The Main” is a Canadian cultural heritage site that divides the city geographically right down the middle. However, what separates us, also unites us; it brings us Montrealers together both in culture and spirit. A fixture in the city that’s used as a demarcation line of various neighbourhoods along its length, The [...]
Martin Houle is an architect with an atypical career path. After working for a few years in the traditional architecture practice, he now works in a renowned structural engineering firm as a project coordinator. His role consists 'of building bridges' between various architects and the agency’s engineers to ensure optimal coordination within various construction projects. [...]
Radio and television host, Claudine Prévost, known to be the "belle" in Belle et Bum, has developed quite a penchant for fashion, design and shops that offer unique items. Here, she reveals her Saint-Laurent Boulevard top picks.
The Main represents Montreal's history the same way growth rings determine the age of a tree. Of course, you probably already know that. After all, it isn't called the Main for nothing. Here are five spots located on the Saint-Laurent Boulevard that will hopefully let you discover something new about the city of Montreal and [...]
We hope that this will help you make your next visit on Saint-Laurent Boulevard that much more picture perfect! Please do not hesitate to share your great photo ideas. See you soon! Here is the first itinerary in what (we hope) will become a long list of incredible itineraries on the Saint-Laurent Boulevard. Because we [...]