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Food / montreal / Jun 15, 2015

What to do in Montreal

ENJOY

Laurea

After an afternoon’s shopping on chic Rue Laurier Ouest, drop by for something to eat at the wonderful Laurea. Owned by the prolific Jeff Stinco, it’s welcoming as well as beautifully designed—and the fare from Hakim Chajar, who won last season’s Les Chefs! cook-off, is fresh and inventive. Eat your fill, then head down to Le Lorbeer for a digestif in the bar next to the restaurant.

381, avenue Laurier Ouest

TREAT YOURSELF

Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams

Looking to remodel your home? The all-new Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams store right opposite Alt Hotel Montréal is a must for lovers of fine things. Its niche? Comfort for everyone without cutting corners on design. The store features furniture made from high-end materials and contemporary decorative items straight from the pages of the finest luxury magazines.

1057, rue Wellington

INDULGE

Patrice Pâtissier

Patrice Pâtissier is the place to go if you have a sweet tooth. This lovely store belongs to one of Montréal’s finest pastry chefs and is full of delicious treats to take your time over.

2360, rue Notre-Dame Ouest

WATCH

Fifa

The world’s best soccer players and soccer fans will be at Montréal’s Olympic Stadium June 6 to July 5 for the FIFA Women’s World Cup.

MOVE

MAA Sports Club

Move differently and go up against gravity with aerial fitness. Halfway between a circus number and a training session, it’s perfect for boosting balance and flexibility.

2070, rue Peel

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