It's easy to get stuck in a routine of hanging out within the same 10-block radius in Montreal. I see you, guilty people!\nREAD ALSO: Montreal Is Hosting A First Peoples' Festival This Week\nI often hear people complaining about Montreal saying it's a "small" city with not many options of new places to go or things to do.\nTo which I say - of course, if you're not willing to walk more than a couple blocks from your apartment this city feels more like a town.\nMany people fail to realize that Montreal is a great big city. When you include the GMA area, including suburbs like the West Island, Laval, and South Shore - just to name a few, all of a sudden this little "town" starts to feel like a great big city.\nOne spot that caught our eye is the brand spanking new Miss Wong in Laval's Centropolis.\nMiss Wong is taking over the MASSIVE space that used to be occupied by bumping Club Moomba which closed in 2017.\nThis spot is brand-new and is still only in soft-launch mode, which means it's only open select nights during the week. But it's officially opening August 29th!\nMiss Wong is an "Asian Brasserie" driven menu. Think small plates that are super shareable. And they will offer Dim Sum as part of a special Sunday menu!\nMost importantly, the interior looks stunning. Inspired by 1970s Hollywood chic, just peep some of these photos!\nView this post on Instagram Next level NEON sign 👌🏽#misswonglaval #mw2018 #newproject #neonsign #comingsoon A post shared by Dan Pham (@danpham15) on Jun 21, 2018 at 4:27pm PDT\nView this post on Instagram Good Morning kitty kitty... A post shared by Phong Thach (@l3thach) on Jul 31, 2018 at 5:22am PDT\n@aanaaisembedded via\n@thatboyinbeigeembedded via\nVia misswongbrasserie\nMiss Wong stays open late too, so it's a great spot to just grab some drinks and listen to music if that's more you're speed. Open until 2am Wednesday-Saturday.\nCheck out their Instagram page HERE for more info!