Located in the heart of the city, the rooms in this horror escape room game in Montreal may give you more chills than your favourite scary movie and one of them is so disturbing that it's only for people 16 years and older.
Among the themes presented are The Unknown for ages 16 and up, Insomnium, which is reminiscent of the famous Stranger Things series, The Cabin in the Woods and the Haunted Pirate Ship.
The Unknown is rated at a difficulty level of four out of five and is done in groups of two to four. The room is described as a social experiment that turns into a nightmare when the line between game and reality is not completely clear.
The cost is $25 per person and, depending on the theme you choose to discover, you can be from two to eight people to solve the puzzle and escape the room.
To book your immersion into this creepy setting, you can go to its website and choose the time that suits you and your gang best. It's advisable to make a reservation as soon as possible because places get filled up quickly!
Find The Key Montreal
Cost: $25 per person
When: Tuesday to Sunday
Address: 1000, rue Atateken, Suite 101, Montreal, QC
Address: Taverne Gaspar - 89, rue de la Commune E., Montreal, QC
Why You Need To Go: This gourmet tavern is hosting your favourite meal (brunch... what else?) while playing your favourite R&B jams of the '80s. Think of tunes by Whitney Houston, Janet Jackson and Stevie Wonder setting the mood as you sip your mimosa and eat your eggs.
Address: Meet at McGill University's Roddick Gates
Why You Need To Go: There's an IRL activity based on Netflix's Squid Game (minus the blood, gore and death) happening in Montreal this weekend — and you can even win a cash prize. There's still room for the morning of October 24. You can book your spot on the website.
Our city is undoubtedly beautiful during every season, but it truly gains a special charm during fall, which is why we sought out the best places in Montreal to go and admire the colourful leaves right now.
Most of the leaves will have fallen in just a few short weeks, so we need to make the most of the shortest, yet prettiest, season!
Montreal Botanical Garden
Where: 4101, rue Sherbrooke E., Montreal, QC
Why You Need To Go: The Botanical Garden is stunning during any season, but it truly comes to life during the fall. And it's also absolutely magical at night.
Enjoy the weekends while you can because, as true Quebecers know, the nice weather won't last forever.
Explore One Of The World's Coolest Neighbourhoods
Address: Villeray, Montreal, QC
Why You Need To Go: Villeray has been freshly named one of Time Out's 49 coolest neighbourhoods in the world in 2021. Whether you're a Villeray local or you've never been before, now's your chance to see what all the hype's about.
Why You Need To Go: Sometimes you want to get a head start on the week ahead (or catch up on the week prior). And other times, you need to curl up with a good book on a rainy day. Montreal is full of cozy cafés that are perfect for reading, writing, working and relaxing.
Why You Need To Go: This burger on a pink bun is not only fun and delicious, it's also for a good cause. Proceeds from each burger bought during the month of October will be donated to La Fondation du Cancer du Sein du Québec.