Photo taken directly off a kid’s pocket along with his lunch-money.
In MTL, we have hardcore-cyclists. It’s probably a fact. They even bike in Winter, sometimes. Crazy! Well, HCCyclists, rejoice: Montreal could maybe provide heated bike paths, in theory!
“Some cities simply flatten the snow, others want to see asphalt” discovered M. Van Neste on the web. Could this mean MTL could maybe have it’s very-own heated bike path? It could. Van Neste is a pretty official-sounding name, we think!
At SoooMTL, we hate to start rumors. That’s why we verified this info with a guy. He said “I still can’t believe my grandson is a journalist! I’m so proud of you, boy! Great work”.
CONFIRMED: MTL WIN!
If you’ve ever been in the Mile End, then you might have noticed that there is a variety of businesses there. People living in Mile End know that. Among these businesses is “Le Phillies Cheesesteak“.
For months now, people have been scratching their heads, standing in front of the building’s window: “What is it they’re selling? Why is it always empty?”. Today, everything changedmaybe. One of our interns, while she was riding her Bixi on the sidewalk and talking to us on her phone, noticed a customer inside the Phillies. She immediately stopped to observe. So what is Le Phillies Cheesesteak?
Image source: RestoMontreal.ca
As the customer exited the Phillies, our unpaid intern started asking the important questions.
So what is this place? Is it a store?
“I don’t know.”
Did you buy food there? Do they make food?
“There was kind of a smell in there. It smelled–”
Could you describe that smell to us?
“What do you mean ‘us’?”
I’m sorry, I’m a journalist? This is an interview?
“No you’re not.”
So from our first source: Le Phillies Cheesesteak smells.
A SECOND customer was spotted inside, but it ended up being someone on the TV hanging on the wall.
Here is a cool D.I.Y. project for you guys in MTL! Save that incredible airshot of MTL and set it as your background image! Amazing! Some things can be so simple sometimes… Breath-taking view everytime you close all your windows!
Here is the final result on my desktop (click it for full-size experience):
Source: My computre!
Taking a seat at a hot location is hard to do sometimes. Sitting is something everyone likes to do. Share this article if you agree.
Located in the heart of the Mile-End (also known as Petite-Toronto), on the corner of THE MAIN and Saint-Viatour Streets, this seating spot is not only eco-friendly (it’s made out of a big container for trains) but it is also tasteful and artsy. At SoooMTL, we LOVE the arts!
No drinking or smoking is allowed on this sweet, sweet spot, but it’s a really nice place to take a seat and watch cars, buses and also trucks go by!
Photo cred: Chad’s Canon Rebel
Today, we mourn the death of a great, great man.
Jacques Parizeau (French pronunciation: [ʒɑk parizo]), owner of La Parize, MTL’s BEST poutine ever, has left us.
Jacques has also invented the concept of banking and he was a pionneer of canadian democracy, the first to allow immigrants to vote through a motion that will always be remembered as “the ethnic vote“.
Rest In Peace, Jack. You were the best.
Photo stolen directly on your Instagram.
Drizzy Drake, ‘m’I right?
Reach for your dreams, you guys.
Statistically speaking, many restaurants are appropriate for dates, as they provide food, light and staff, mostly. This is probably great for economy!
What a delicious eating!
This food place was established at a certain time, back a while ago, maybe. Located on THE MAIN, they hold a delicious atmosphere for eating, or sitting, also maybe. We presume this. Recently, rumors were amounts of people had noticed this place, so we were curious enough to go and take a peek a their menu, if opportunity arose.
Have a load of this!
It turns out some type of people like it — yum! Others, less. But this place is perfect for people with a certain taste. Types of eaters will also have their appetite fulfilled by the probable variety of appropriate meals, considering their theme. The perfect place for many occasions!
Did somebody say “food”?