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5 Things to Do in Montreal This December

From new brunch spots to made-in-Montreal notebooks, discover the top activities in Montreal this month.

Food & Drink

Janine Café

Photo: Gabrielle Desmarchais

Janine Café

A Verdun sister establishment to the popular Rosemont joint Régine Café, Janine offers modern tea-room fare, like homemade scones and crumpets, that brings high-tea vibes to your morning.

janinecafe.ca

Ibéricos

Photo: Arturo Velazques

Ibéricos

Mix and match tasty tapas from the menu at this Plateau spot, where the recently added weekend brunch includes jamón, Spanish omelette and pan con tomate.

ibericos.ca

 

McKiernan Luncheonette

Photo: Allison Slattery @twofoodphotographers

McKiernan Luncheonette

The team behind Joe Beef and Maison Publique serves up stick-to-your-ribs fare in this airy space by the Lachine Canal – expect to melt for the gooey onion-soup grilled cheese.

mckiernanmtl.com

Holiday Wish List

North of Rosemont notebooks

Photo: Adam Michiels

The Write Stuff

Moleskine scribblers are yesterday’s news. Instead pick up pocket-size North of Rosemont notebooks made in Montreal with responsibly sourced paper covered in a sleek, hot-stamped exterior for a gift that fits perfectly in a stocking.

From $15, northofrosemont.com

Culture

A Doll’s House, Part 2

Photo: Leslie Schachter

Dolled Up

After a Tony-nominated Broadway run, Lucas Hnath’s A Doll’s House, Part 2 takes the stage at the Segal Centre. Nora Helmer – that notorious 19th-century mother figure – is back in this 90-minute play that picks up where Ibsen left off and provides a deep dive into traditional gender politics that still somehow ring true.

Through December 9
segalcentre.org

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