Alright, guys, true talk: Rosemont is awesome. It's one of the most fun boroughs in the whole city; it's got beautiful sights, awesome things to do, super cool spots... and one seriously amazing neighbourhood pub.
Le Saint-Édouard (808 Boulevard Rosemont, Montréal, QC H2S 1Z6) is a super vibrant, warm, and straight-up fun pub located in Rosemont.
Now that dance floors in Quebec are finally open again, people are looking to make up for lost time. And that's exactly why one Montreal bar, Le Saint Édouard, is hosting a New Year's Eve 2021 party this Thursday, November 18.
"When I learned that the dance floors were reopening on November 15, I took the initiative to make this party as we did not have the opportunity to really celebrate New Year's Day last year, so we're making up for it this year," Damien, co-owner and director of Le Saint Édouard, told Narcity.
At this festive event, party goers will be able to enjoy a traditional menu including cheese and charcuterie platters, chicken wings, and classic burgers.
Entrance is free before 10 p.m., and after that, you'll have to pay $15 to participate in the evening. It's recommended to reserve your table in advance.
"It's going to be like a real New Year's Day, the staff is going to be fancy, we're going to put 2020 balloons in the room, there will be bubbles at midnight, we're going to have a countdown and everything like a real New Year's Day," continued the co-owner.
On the Facebook event, it also says that there are three DJs who will be performing all night. One thing's for sure, you'll be able to sway in celebration of this post-pandemic look.
And while Le Saint Édouard is hosting this celebration for the transition from 2020 to 2021, the co-owner said that New Year's Eve 2022 will also be celebrated on December 31, 2021. That means two parties in two months!
Description: This cozy apartment is located in a Saint-Henri cooperative building, meaning that if you're willing to pitch in with building maintenance, you've got yourself a perfectly located apartment on the cheap. However, since this is an "adaptable unit," they are looking for a tenant with reduced mobility.
Do not attempt to capture them as they will quickly leave the area on their own.
Arrondissement de Rosemont - La Petite-Patrie
The borough confirmed with MTL Blog that they "have not received any complaints or breakages" caused by the turkeys.
These birds generally do not approach humans and we're told to walk by them "as you would a raccoon or squirrel."
So pretty much, just pretend like you're not walking by a wild turkey in the middle of our city — act natural... if that's even possible.
The turkeys may also be attracted to food sources, like seeds, and green spaces. They're basically like true Montrealers; we love our parks, too.
Speaking of food, a handful of people in the comment section of the post are saying these birds would make for a great Christmas meal... But the borough asks that you "think about another holiday food because it won't fit in your freezer!"
This article's cover photo was used for illustrative purposes only.
If you're going to be stuck somewhere in lockdown, consider yourself lucky it's Montreal. Why? Because this city is home to more than 300 green alleys aka ruelles vertes, which makes it perfect for long walks on narrow streets that take you to unexpected new places — or new corners of old places.
In other words, Montreal was made for exploration and adventure.
With help from the city, citizens are reclaiming dingy back alleyways turning them from literal garbage dumps into green spaces that improve air quality, increase biodiversity, promote community, and more.
Plus, they can turn an average jaunt around town into something out of a storybook or postcard, especially in the fall.
They're like our own version of little enchanted forests, making them perfect as a quarantine oasis.
You can explore the city's green alleys using this map.