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7 Things To Do In Montreal This Weekend That'll Get You Out Of Your Bed

None of which break any red alert rules!
7 Things To Do In Montreal This Weekend That'll Get You Out Of Your Bed

Believe it or not, but winter is right around the corner, which means 2020 is almost over. It's surely been one heck of a year and there are still various things to do in Montreal this weekend for you to make some new memories.

From tasty new dishes try to festive markets to explore, you are going to want to leave your house as of Friday.

Montreal is a wonderful city and even during these unforeseen circumstances, we as a unit have managed to make the most of it and still be a city that's full of joie de vivre.

Here's what's up this weekend!

Editor's Choice: A Storm With Freezing Rain & Up To 20 cm Of Snow Is On Its Way To Quebec

Go For Walk Somewhere That's Not Mount Royal

Address: Various locations around the city

Why You Need To Go: To get some fresh air while experience the beautiful spots Montreal has to offer.

Treat Yourself To An At-Home Service You Didn't Know Was Possible

Why You Need To Go: Take care of yourself or treat yourself to a manicure, pedicure, and even massage from the comfort of your home.

Get Some Goodies From One Of These Kosher Bakeries

Address: Various locations

Why You Need To Go: Because chocolate babka makes everything better.

Check Out The Noize Pop-Up Shop

Address: 2305, rue Rockland, Mount Royal, QC and 6000 Blvd Leduc, Brossard, QC

Why You Need To Go: To check out this awesome store and at the same time, take advantage of the sales.

Celebrate Revolution 514's First Anniversary By Getting Yourself A New Skateboard

Address: 4486, ave. Coloniale, Montreal, QC; Revolution 514

Why You Need To Go: Support local!

Try Up An Octopus Sandwich 

Address: 4084, rue Saint-Denis, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: To get a taste of Puglia in Montreal.

Check Out A 200 m Long Festive Market In Chinatown 

When: 12 p.m. – 8 p.m. from November 20 – 22

Address: 1002, rue Saint-Urbain, Montreal, QC; 1071, boul. Saint-Laurent, second floor, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: Not only is this a great way of supporting local, you'll also be able to find some unique Christmas gifts!