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It's official, folks: the legendary Général Sherman club on the North Shore will be closing its doors in April. After two years of changing restrictions for bars and restaurants, the legendary Blainville bar will be closing for good.

The good news is that they're going out with a bang. An event called "The Last Dance" will be hosted on the evening of April 2 for everyone who wants one more party at the Sherm. Owners Stephanie El-Bahar and Simon Corbo confirmed that they wanted to give the North Shore one more chance to enjoy the Général Sherman the way they did before the pandemic.

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Well, we've made it to another weekend in Montreal.

Do you know what that means? Fun, sun and memories just waiting to be made.

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If you're looking for a terrasse with a breathtaking view in the city, you've got to visit Nacarat bar. Located on the third floor of the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth Hotel in downtown Montreal, it's an ideal spot to spend happy hour.

Make sure to show up hungry because this bar offers a variety of charcuterie and grilled items, plus some vegetarian options.

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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!

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It’s official — the Montreal Canadiens are going to the Stanley Cup final! Celebrate by living it up this weekend in Montreal.

The weather may say rain, but just like the Habs, this city is always full of surprises.

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Montreal is officially becoming a yellow zone this Monday, June 14. And, with that, come yellow zone rules.

As Quebec's new COVID-19 cases continue to decline and with the rules on gatherings, restaurants, gyms — and more — changing quickly, MTL Blog went through your DMs and answered your questions about what it means to be at a "Level 2–Early Warning (yellow)" alert level. 

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The Canal Lounge, Montreal's floating bar, is set to reopen in its spot right next to the Atwater Market on June 15.

The bar, a small barge that docks on the north side of the Lachine Canal, has even in the past included a rooftop deck with spectacular views of the buzzing waterway and surrounding neighbourhood.

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This new spot in Montreal is the perfect mix of  Instagrammable and Quebec cuisine. Bivouac opens its doors on June 10 in the Quartier des Spectacles, with a beautiful terrasse. Plus, the view of downtown is breathtaking.

The restaurant offers a boreal-inspired menu created by chef Xavier Dahan. To do so, each region of Quebec is represented in the dishes found on the menu.

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Yelp just came out with its list of the top British pubs in all of North America and only one Quebec pub — Bar George in Montreal — made the cut, giving Montrealers easy access to some of our continent's finest English bar fare.

At Bar George, this includes beef wellington, a full English breakfast with black pudding (blood sausage) and cream of mushroom soup — all washed down with a cold Pimm's Cup. 

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A Montreal bar has come up with a creative and delicious solution to extended Quebec red-zone closuresBar Le Mal Nécessaire is now offering boozy donuts inspired by its own cocktail menu — and the flavours are incredibly accurate! 

Evan Cowie of Le Mal Nécessaire told us about the new alcohol-infused, cocktail-flavoured donuts. He calls them "Boozy Beignes."

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A cozy night in is best matched with a warm meal to indulge in. You get into your fluffy pyjamas, turn up the heater, and then, the internal battle begins. What restaurant is left to order from that you haven’t already had 100 times?

Having spent most of the year indoors, it’s fair to assume you’ve probably exhausted every single restaurant on your takeout bucket list. While some places have been forced to shut down, others have braved the pandemic and introduced even more tempting food and better experiences.

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One of Montreal's favourite bars, Le Speakeasy, has gifted the city with one of the most Montreal things this holiday season: an outdoor oyster bar at Atwater's Christmas Village.

Because bars and restaurants continue to remain closed due to Quebec's red zone protocols, the bar decided to get into the spirit in another way.

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