Montreal Decided To Open 99 Red Balloons Themed Biermarkt We Think

So we were on the Google internet

And we saw an image and we found after a deep investigation that Ho-Mama district (a.k.a. Hochelaga-Maisonneuve) himself has accepted Mother Montreal’s offer of opening a 99 Red Balloons themed Biermarkt!

Biermarkt is German for “a place that has beer and other things too”, so we are very excited. No confirmations on who will be the big names of the craft-beer world available at the place, but Chad says he thinks he remembers one but not for sure. One thing for sure though — there WILL be balloons!

Make sure to check this place in the near future! BRA 99 Biermarkt is located somewhere close to Pie IX Daily Metro Station.

We’ll call BRA 99 eventually to make sure this information is true. In the meantime, suck it.

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Montreal Decided To Open A New Game Of Thrones Themed Bar Or Some Shit

That’s right!

Somewhere, in Montreal, Montreal has taken the decision herself to open a Game Of Thrones themed bar or something! We have seen pictures, and we may or may not have seen a sword somewhere. Oh, and a flag. There was definitely a flag. That means GoT my dudes (and girls too)!!!!!

Fuck yeah.

Fact-checking to be done later this month.

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Montreal Opens First-Ever Curry Bar For Real This Time

Montreal is quite the entrapranoor, nowadays! We’ve witnessed a quite impressive amount of bars, restaurants and stores OFFICIALLY opened by Montreal herself! How inspiring!

Now it’s Hochelaga‘s turn to have a taste of Montreal’s great ideas. Located on Ontario Street, in the heart of the heart-warming district also dubbed as “HOMAMA“, Boustan has officially opened its doors for the whole world to have a taste of the FIRST-EVER Indian-Curry-Themed experience! Yummy!

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Yummy yummy rollin’ tummy! Photo source: Boustan

Get your chopsticks ready, my bros (and also girls)! Indian-Curry-Themed restaurants are known to be spicy, or something! We don’t know. It’s not like we checked. Leave us the fuck alone! We took the info off Google Reviews! We usually require people to sign legal papers for sole proprietorship of their kidneys for us to make such a nice article! People by the GADJILLIONS click on our links. Eat shit, poors!

20 Montreal Restaurants To Eat At For Under $20

Eating on the cheap should never be a struggle, especially not in a city like Montreal where every block boasts a new place to eat. Sure, the city has its fair share of expensive restaurants, but there are many more that you can enjoy for well under $20.
Now, we’re not talking about Dagwoods or places in food courts. We mean real, sit-down restaurants where you can have a meal without tons of random people walking right by you.
Of course, finding these legit, affordable restos can be a bit difficult, that’s why we’ve done the work for you. So get your bellies full while also keeping your wallet robust in our list of 20 Montreal restaurants to eat at for under $20 below.
Source: tripadvisor.com

Source: tripadvisor.com

1. La Belle Province

1604, Avenue de Mont Royal East

 

Nestled in the heart of the Plateau, this Plateau classic has bangin’ cheese and curds!

Source: tripadvisor.com

2. La Belle Province

3608, Saint Laurent

 

This classic 50’s diner serves some of the best sauce-covered poutines this side of The Main. BONUS: it’s super close to Pinq Taco, and we know you’re probably getting the munchies there anyway.

Source: tripadvisor.com

3. La Belle Provence

1, Sainte Catherine W

 

This classic needs to be mentioned – sitting at the intersection of Montreal’s nightlife central, it’s where Montreal-style poutine was invented! Come taste history.

Source: tripadvisor.com

4. La Belle Province

1356, Jarry E

 

You live in North Plateau but you still want some of that authentic poutine experience? Thankfully this little-known gem serves excellent poutine!

Source: tripadvisor.com

5. La Belle Province

3001, Notre-Dame West

 

Saint Henry might be the faraway land of crusty punks and DIY experimental music, but it’s also the land of POUTINE! This old-school joint feels like you walked right into Grease – all that’s missing is the Jimi Hendrix.

Source: tripadvisor.com

6. La Belle Provence

4579, Wellington

 

All right, truth be told, none of us have ever been here. Chad has a friend that lives in the neighborhood, and there’s a rumor that the people who started this place also have a connection with number 3 on this list, so it should be a sure shot!

Source: tripadvisor.com

7. La Belle Province

6752, rue Sainte-Jacques

 

It’s the sauce that really makes the poutine in this classic NDG restaurant stand out. The location is a little depressing (you may have driven past it when you return to Ontario on summer break) but the poutine more than makes up for it!

Source: tripadvisor.com

8. La Belle Province

1216, Peel

 

Located just next to hipster central (Peel Pub), this small neighborhood joint serves up a mean pooter. Don’t be surprised if you have to wait behind a guy in a Natural Milk Hotel t-shirt!

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9. La Banquise

994, Rachel east

 

We’ve heard good things about the new kid on the block, though we’ve not had time to check it out ourselves. Beat the crowd and check it out now before it gets too popular!

Source: tripadvisor.com

10. La Pelle Province

195, rue de Martigny O (Saint-Jérôme)
All right. This one is a little bit out of the way, so you know we wouldn’t include it unless it was PHENOMENAL. And it is. There is nothing like this poutine anywhere else in the world – it’s really worth traveling for. It might not be IN Montreal, but it’s SO Montreal.

Source: tripadvisor.com

11. La Belle Province

1604, Avenue de Mont Royal East

 

Nestled in the heart of the Plateau, this Plateau classic has bangin’ cheese and curds!

Source: tripadvisor.com

12. La Belle Province

3608, Saint Laurent

 

This classic 50’s diner serves some of the best sauce-covered poutines this side of The Main. BONUS: it’s super close to Pinq Taco, and we know you’re probably getting the munchies there anyway.

Source: tripadvisor.com

13. La Belle Provence

1, Sainte Catherine W

 

This classic needs to be mentioned – sitting at the intersection of Montreal’s nightlife central, it’s where Montreal-style poutine was invented! Come taste history.

Source: tripadvisor.com

14. La Belle Province

1356, Jarry E

 

You live in North Plateau but you still want some of that authentic poutine experience? Thankfully this little-known gem serves excellent poutine!

Source: tripadvisor.com

15. La Belle Province

3001, Notre-Dame West

 

Saint Henry might be the faraway land of crusty punks and DIY experimental music, but it’s also the land of POUTINE! This old-school joint feels like you walked right into Grease – all that’s missing is the Jimi Hendrix.

Source: tripadvisor.com

16. La Belle Provence

4579, Wellington

 

All right, truth be told, none of us have ever been here. Chad has a friend that lives in the neighborhood, and there’s a rumor that the people who started this place also have a connection with number 3 on this list, so it should be a sure shot!

Source: tripadvisor.com

17. La Belle Province

6752, rue Sainte-Jacques

 

It’s the sauce that really makes the poutine in this classic NDG restaurant stand out. The location is a little depressing (you may have driven past it when you return to Ontario on summer break) but the poutine more than makes up for it!

Source: tripadvisor.com

18. La Belle Province

1216, Peel

 

Located just next to hipster central (Peel Pub), this small neighborhood joint serves up a mean pooter. Don’t be surprised if you have to wait behind a guy in a Natural Milk Hotel t-shirt!

DSC_1121

19. La Banquise

994, Rachel east

 

We’ve heard good things about the new kid on the block, though we’ve not had time to check it out ourselves. Beat the crowd and check it out now before it gets too popular!

Source: tripadvisor.com

20. La Pelle Province

195, rue de Martigny O (Saint-Jérôme)
All right. This one is a little bit out of the way, so you know we wouldn’t include it unless it was PHENOMENAL. And it is. There is nothing like this poutine anywhere else in the world – it’s really worth traveling for. It might not be IN Montreal, but it’s SO Montreal.