Articles by Zanni Davis

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner on the Cheap in Montreal

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner on the Cheap in Montreal April 29, 2010 | What's New | Read More
Montreal’s restaurant selection is only rivaled by New York or San Francisco in terms of variety. Everything from greasy spoons to extravagant five star dining, Montreal has choices for every cuisine and price point. Since we can’t possibly feature all of these in one post, here is a list...

Club Hopping By the Hour in Montreal

Club Hopping By the Hour in Montreal April 28, 2010 | Nightlife, What's New | Read More
Montreal is a big place with nightlife options galore! Here is a handy guide that can take you and your pals on a whirlwind tour about town. Broken down by hour, you can plan accordingly to find the best deals and get in before the lines keep you behind the velvet ropes. 9 PM – Le Saint-Sulpice The...

Where to Stay In Montreal While They Re-Do the Ritz

Where to Stay In Montreal While They Re-Do the Ritz April 27, 2010 | Hotels, What's New | Read More
The Ritz Carlton is an institution in Montreal. The building was erected in 1912 and has stayed in continuous operation until two years ago when renovations turned sour and asbestos was found in the walls. The renovations are bringing the hotel up to date with new plumbing and even a 40 foot pool above...

Boutique Hotels in Montreal for Lovers, Business or Family

Boutique Hotels in Montreal for Lovers, Business or Family April 26, 2010 | Hotels, What's New | Read More
The Love Birds Montreal is the “Paris of North America,” to fit that moniker boutique hotels have converted and restored 19th century buildings into little romance havens. Hôtel Le St-James was at one time an opulent bank and the rich wood panels and gilded metal balconies preserve its historic...

Ten Best Bars in Montreal

Ten Best Bars in Montreal April 22, 2010 | What's New | Read More
Montreal is the original “Sin City”. It earned its notorious nickname during the United States era of Prohibition when deprived Yankees would cross the border for a little vice-filled fun. While Prohibition in the US ended in 1933, Montreal still has an astonishing number of bars waiting...