Montreal dating ideas
Reviving the beloved Food Truck Friday experience is Snow Food Saturdays.
Presented as part of Village Mammouth, each saturday between January 28th and March 4th, Montreal food trucks will congregate at Olympic Stadium between 3pm and 10pm. Embark on a romantic snowshoeing expedition with your date.
Is there anything more romantic than sipping hot cocoa by the fireplace? While hot chocolate may be available all year round, there is nothing as satisfying as a warm cup of hot chocolate in the heart of winter.
If you’re in need of a hot chocolate fix as the winter approaches, be sure to head to Au Festin de Babette, Cafe Myriade, Juliette et Chocolat, Cacao 70, Cafe Replika, or Cafe Code Noir (we highly recommend their delicious hot chocolate beverages).
Summer is ripe for yard sales and outdoor flea markets.
If you both have a bug for finding cheap records or furniture, take a walk around your neighborhood for the latest sidewalk sales or peruse the odds and ends at a nearby market.
Museums that are always free include: the Montreal Musuem of Fine Arts' permanent collection, Mc Gill's Redpath Museum, the outdoor Musée de Lachine, and all exhibitions at the Cinematheque Quebecoise.
Art-loving lovers will dig the amount of free museums available to all in Montreal.
Strap on a pair of snowshoes and walk through the 5km of trails in front of you.
Parc Maisonneuve has no facility for renting snowshoes so you will need to bring you own.
Wind blowing in your hair plus picturesque views of the skyline are the ideal mood-setters for a date.
Take a ferry or water taxi to an unexplored part of your city if you want to make it a longer day trip.