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the events in November start to heat up. Christmas is right around the corner and not to be outdone, Montreal is bursting with things to do this.


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These top 15 things to do in Montreal this winter will get you outside in the From November 28, to January 26, , Place des Arts is.


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Answer 1 of 8: Hello everyone! My girlfriend and I will be visiting Montreal from November I'm half Canadian and a lifelong Habs fan.


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November activities. While the snow came early to Montréal this year, you can still take a scenic walk and look out on the snowy city from Mount.


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Visiting Montreal in November

I'm in my mids now but have been regularly visiting Montreal since I was in my early 20s. See All Montreal Conversations. All forums. I don't know if the Japanese and Chinese gardens will be fenced off for the winter but the greenhouses and the Insectarium will be open. If you are not so much into regular work of arts then the design collection in the Stewart pavillion is usually a crowd pleaser for non regular museum goers. Watch this Topic. It's getting harder and harder to suggest places as they keep popping up. Scooter Sightseeing in Montreal. I don't think Guy Fieri's filmed an episode in Montreal yet, but if he does, that will definitely be on his agenda. We're definitely not above the touristy aspects and we're open to do anything as long as it's not SUPER boring. Obviously the 8th we'll be at the game at night. Now I'd love to check it out and experience it for what it really is. Level Contributor. If you're in Old Montreal , check out Les Soeurs grises. I agree with Rick that Europea is the best in the city but probably the most expensive as well so it's probably outside your budget. Schwartz's is possibly the most famous Montreal diner, famous for its simple smoked meat sandwiches on rye bread slathered with mustard. Montreal forums. It is pricier than other microbreweries because of the location. This topic has been closed to new posts due to inactivity. If you want to look for another nice dinner then Europea could be the place. Also there are many attractions nearby for which you can get a combo ticket. Microbreweries, we have a TON of them. On the way you could have dinner at Tapeo that will be on your way to get to La Tohue. Have you watched Anthony Bourdain's take on Montreal? It's rather amusing and will give you a few ideas: dailymotion. I'm super excited for that. It's very similar to Diner's Drive-ins and Dives. I will leave some of my colleagues to answer you about microbreweries as we have quite a few afficionados around. They only serve their own, in house brewed beers. They have rotating selection of local beers on tap and a big catalog of bottled imports from Europe. If you wanna get hyped on the food, you can look up You Gotta Eat Here canadian version. Old Montreal is historic and beautiful, but touristy and outside of summer, dare I say boring, not because you can't find things to do, but because while the architecture's authentic, the cultural ambiance screams "tourist trap" to me, and it lacks the cultural pulse that you find elsewhere in Montreal, especially off season For that, head to the Plateau and Mile End - just a short stroll north of downtown, along Avenue Mont Royal - lots of little cafes, pubs, lounges, bars, bakeries, boutiques and such - neighbourhood haunts, cool places to meander and explore on foot. We're into history and learning. Report inappropriate content. Note that the two first attractions listed in the Things to Do section are not presented anymore and the Botanical Garden is minimal at that time. Club Chasse et Peche is similar in price but amazing for meat eaters L'Express is a great classic Montreal french bistro and won't run you quite as much. Destination Expert for Montreal. Bringing Firearms to Canada Are there any tours of the city I could take?{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Where can I park my car downtown? Cirque du Soleil is not in town but if you want to see some circus, after all no language barrier there. Same for the Jean-Talon Market although there is still some activities in the boutiques, not in the farmers stalls. They only serve their own beer. They have quite a few episodes on Montreal. Related: What are the most popular tours in Montreal? Ask a question. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}My girlfriend and I will be visiting Montreal from November I'm half Canadian and a lifelong Habs fan. As per clubs you could split your night between one on Crescent Street , close to the Forum, or a bit farther the area on Saint-Laurent Boulevard just north of Sherbrooke , although there are more "alternative" aka younger crowd clubs south of Sherbrookd. View all hotels. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers. Heaters on the terrasse. View Hotel. See all. Definitely interested in a nice, dressier dinner one of the nights. Browse forums All Browse by destination. Note that it is quite far from downtown so if you came by car it will be easy but if you are using the public transit have somebody explains well what you have to do to get there. Can you offer some inspiration? Re: Long weekend in Montreal in November Destination Expert for Vancouver. Saw some other posts asking for advice and you friendly people ask for a budget in terms of food to better help suggest While we want the one night at a NICE place pretty much no budget, but I dont want to compromise the rest of the trip if you know what I'm saying haha , everything else can be average-ish. Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth. Best Western Plus Hotel Montreal. We're from Connecticut and we're in our mid's. Do I need a passport? Le Saint-Sulpice. Long weekend in Montreal in November What should we do?? Only the visit of the Olympic Stadium is boring. Loews Hotel Vogue. If you like tasting different beers, ask for a taster platter, which you can get at all microbreries. As far as food, we're not too picky. You can have lunch at the latter in a rooftop restaurant that affords great views. Hotel Crescent. Good prices and decent menu. Hotel Classic. This will be her first time, my second first I was like 8 years old though. Note that Saint-Viateur and Fairmont are just bakeries, so you grab you bag of still hot bagels and have to eat them elsewhere. Benelux is also great but loses a little luster in the winter when their outdoors area closes. It's a rare opportunity to see some historical masterpieces. Top questions about Montreal. The food is really above par for pubs and the service is nice. For example, I remember the Botanical Gardens from my youth but obviously thought it was dumb as an 8 year old. Small section on emperor Napoleon too. We'll be staying at the Best Western Plus - Downtown Montreal read mixed reviews, but it was close to the Bell Centre and we don't want to spend time in there anyway besides sleep. Hotel Place d'Armes. I try to watch every game usually get the hockey package and the Bell Centre gives me chills through the TV, I can only imagine what it will be like in person. We hope you'll join the conversation by posting to an open topic or starting a new one. Hopefully someone can lead us to some delicious and flavorful selections. How tolerant are the locals? May 31, Hotels Opening in June?? As for about my girlfriend and I Here's a snapshot of us for some good suggestions. Nice space. Note that right now the Botanical Garden is in hibernation. Saint-Bock is well situated so that would be my top suggestion for a visitor. We remove posts that do not follow our posting guidelines, and we reserve the right to remove any post for any reason.