Montreal 24: Twenty-four Hours in the Life of a City
Exploring Canada's hot-spot city that never sleeps, this innovative guide visits 24 Montreal locations—from nightclubs and restaurants to bistros, hotels, and cabarets—each at a different hour of the day. Offering unique personal narratives in each review, this account profiles the owners, workers, and even patrons of a variety of local favorites, including the funky blueg...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published April 1st 2009 by Vehicule Press
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A wonderfully thoughtful and informative book by Bill Brownstein a long time columnist for the Montreal Gazette commenting on city and cultural life in MOntreal. In MOntreal 24, he explores Montreal one hour at a time. Starting at midnight at the Garde-Manger he works around the city an hour at a time visiting such landmarks as Fairmont Bagels, Joe Beef, L'Express, Boustan's, La Banquise, Wilensky's and more. He talks food: chicken schwarmas, poutine, grilled salami/bologna sandwiches. He talks...more