The company's slogan is "We deliver joy to your door."
The company's slogan essentially speaks for itself and couldn't be better fitted with the concept Edouard and Cynthia have created.
Edouard is known around our city as The Dancing Chef. And as you can see from the video above — plants seem to make him just as happy as food does.
He provides entertainment throughout your plant picking experience, to make it one like no other.
And together with Cynthia, who has years of experience in event planning, they're prepping up to change the way Montrealers buy plants for the rest of time.
The Rolling Pop-Up is way more than just a plant shop on wheels — it's an event.
If you thought The Rolling Pop-Up was just a one-track-minded company — think again.
It's already not your typical shopping for plants adventure since the store comes to you instead of you going to it. But, the two owners have added their personal touches to make it an entire experience.
While looking through the plants, you'll be able to taste some of Chef Archer's fresh homemade meals and have a warm tea or coffee in hand while you browse for your newest plant friend.
"No one else does what we do. We combine the botanical world and gastronomy," the owners told MTL Blog.
Not to mention, they switch up their food menu and plant options all the time, so you'll always get something new.
During your Rolling Pop-Up time, Cynthia and Edouard will teach you everything you need to know about taking care of your plants — from watering to getting proper sunlight.
And, to ensure you have the best time possible, they can make your experience happen in French, English, Spanish, Creole, or Italian.
The owners promise the experience is COVID-safe and like nothing you've ever encountered before.
Being a business that started in the midst of the pandemic, Cynthia and Edouard have ensured that the entire experience they provide their clients is COVID-19 safe.
Only one person is allowed in the truck at a time and they always have hand sanitizer on-site.
They've also let MTL Blog know that winter won't stop The Rolling Pop-Up from rolling. In fact, we've been warned to stay tuned about the fresh ideas they have for when the cold weather hits.
For a minimum of $100, this unique experience can be your own.
The gastronomic and adrenaline-filled experience is offered by a company called Diner Entre Ciel et Terre. It brings 22 guests, a chef, and two servers — as well as a platform with seats and a table — up into the air with the help of a 120-tonne crane. Each person is strapped into their seat with Formula 1 style seatbelts.
Once suspended, guests are served a VIP meal or cocktail flight depending on which option they choose. There's also entertainment, music, surprises and a stellar view of the city up there.
You can choose the five-course dinner and wine option for $225 or the 20-minute cocktail option for $75.
The full meal lasts one hour in the air and you can choose from several time slots on event nights. Cocktails are offered at 4:00 p.m. and 10:30 p.m.
Address: At the corner of boulevards Saint-Laurent and René-Lévesque, Chinatown, Montreal
Why You Need To Go: Montreal always has a way of coming to life and night and the new installation "Place des Souhaits" simply adds to it. The wish tree part of the piece twinkles at night! It's also set up next to a patio where you can spend your day chilling.
Why You Need To Go: Seven spaces along avenue Mont-Royal will be recreating colourful urban gardens for the rest of the summer. You'll be able to find a colourful skate park, a light and shadow garden, a rose mural, and other unique spots to check out.
When: Every day until September 6 from 7 a.m. – 11 p.m.
Address: Place des Commencements; 200, rue de la Commune O., Montréal, QC
Why You Need To Go: You can find Place des Commencements located at the end of the Grand Quai in Old Montreal, which has a lovely beautiful green terrasse where you can sit on chairs and admire Habitat 67 and the Jacques-Cartier Bridge.
Remember back in elementary school when spending time in the cafeteria was the best part of your school day? Well, at Time Out Market Montreal, we get to relive that childhood love for cafeterias — just in a much classier manner.
This culinary hot spot is officially opening again on Friday, July 2 with some new restaurants. I got to go try dishes from some new places yesterday and here's what I thought!
Naturally, I started to get pretty full after these two meals. But, I still made sure to leave room to try Le Blossom's salmon poke bowl. I forgot to take a photo of it first though, which tells you how good it was since I couldn't wait.
Other new restaurants that I didn't have space in my stomach to try include Campo, Tunnel Espresso and Le P'tit Dip.
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Do you have "5 years of relevant experience, working in government, government relations, regulatory agency, politics, or the corporate or public interest space in Canada?" If so, consider applying to be an Analyst at Google!
You don't actually have to have your bachelor's degree yet to snag this job! To apply for this position, you should currently be pursuing a degree in computer science or a related field. If you're interested, make sure to send your application in before July 2.