Montreal Vibin’

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]If you haven’t been to Montreal yet, what are you really even doing with your life? Montreal is it’s very own vibe. Everyone should go and experience it for themselves. I went for the very first time over Memorial Day weekend and I genuinely fell in love with the city. Whenever I travel, I know if I like a city based on the feeling that I get while I am there, and I definitely felt great vibes in Montreal. I can’t wait to go back and experience more of what the city has to offer.

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Breakfast: I went to Reuben’s Deli & Steakhouse for breakfast on my last day in Montreal. However, you can literally go there any time of the day and order almost anything you are in the mood for. They do it all. The food is pretty good.

Lunch/BrunchUniversel for brunch is poppin’! I went to the Rue Peel location and the line was off the hook. It could’ve been due to the fact that it was a nice day or maybe brunch is a thing there on Sunday’s but either way, everyone and they’re mother was trying to get in like a club on a Saturday night!

Dinner: I went to the same restaurant for dinner my whole stay in Montreal guys. DON’T JUDGE ME! I am a little bias with the dinner selection partly because I am West Indian and partly because I did not want to risk wasting money on nasty food. *covers face in shame*. I promise I’m going to try other restaurants next time ya’ll. But Mango Bay Restaurant was worth it! Try the Oxtail or Stew Chicken! You won’t regret it.

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Shopping : Rue St. Catherine- This street has all the stores you can think of. So if you forget something at home, no worries because this strip of stores has you covered!

Old Montreal:  Listen ya’ll…Old Montreal is lit! If you have ever been to Paris, you will feel like you are back there. If you haven’t been to Paris, Old Montreal is what it looks and feels like! The streets are cobblestone, everything is in French, and everything looks so European.

Old Port: The Old Port is by by the water on the outskirt of Old Montreal. It’s filled with food trucks and vendors. If you are lucky you might catch a festival. Montreal is festival central!!

Place Jacques Cartier: Place Jacques Cartier is a cute little strip with outdoor restaurants. It’s cute for sitting and having  a nice cold drink while people watching on a nice summer day.

Guided Tour: I recommend a guided tour of Montreal if you are intrested in learning about the history of the city. The arcitecture in Montreal is gorgeous. It also seems like there are thousands of Cathedrals and Museums in this city. You probably cannot fit everything in a weekend but it gives you more of a reason to go back for another visit!


Where To Turn Up

If you are trying to turn up then Rue Crescent in downtown Montreal is the strip you want to be on. It’s lined with plenty of bars, lounges, clubs, and restaurants for you to choose from. It is a lot of fun and the crowd isn’t rowdy. Saturday had a larger crowd then when I went on Sunday but I had a good time both days.

I hope you love Montreal just as much as I did! Happy Traveling!



Kemi Bella