1. spockandhiskillerbriefcase:

Autoroute 20, Mercier Interchange, Montreal

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    Autoroute 20, Mercier Interchange, Montreal

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  2. fuckyeahmontrealrs:

Autumn sunset - Montreal (by Nino H)

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    Autumn sunset - Montreal (by Nino H)

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  3. fuckyeahmontrealrs:

outside of Cluny Art Bar Wall art (by Andreas Sundgren)

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    outside of Cluny Art Bar Wall art (by Andreas Sundgren)

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  4. fuckyeahmontrealrs:

Faggity Ass Fridays: prom night extravaganza at Playhouse | NIGHTLIFE

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    Faggity Ass Fridays: prom night extravaganza at Playhouse | NIGHTLIFE

    4 years ago  /  1 note  /  Source: nightlife.ca

  5. fuckyeahmontrealrs:

lightways:

 voila

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    lightways:

     voila

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Homme de Calder (by piknicpublic)

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    Homme de Calder (by piknicpublic)

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  7. fuckyeahmontrealrs:

humblebites:

THE ORIGINAL FAIRMONT BAGEL BAKERY
Montreal, Quebec
Thinner, fully encrusted and a bit sweeter than the its southern counterpart, Montreal’s bagels are something to be admired. But it wasn’t until 1919, that Montreal got its first taste when a Russian Immigrant named Isadore Shlafmanhas opened up the first bagel bakery. “The Original Fairmont Bagel Bakery” found its permanent roots in 1949, when Isadore moved to a cottage on Fairmont Street, in what is now the Mile End District. Since then, his grandchildren have taken over but kept the same traditions & methods. Open 24/7 each bagel is hand rolled and cooked continuously in a wood-burning oven right on the premises.  The menu boasts 20 different flavors, but I recommend asking for whatever ones have just come out of the oven. The warmth and texture will stop you dead in your tracks and make you swoon for more.
Fairmont Bagels
74 Fairmount West (Mile End District)
Montreal, (Quebec)
514-272-0667

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    humblebites:

    THE ORIGINAL FAIRMONT BAGEL BAKERY

    Montreal, Quebec

    Thinner, fully encrusted and a bit sweeter than the its southern counterpart, Montreal’s bagels are something to be admired. But it wasn’t until 1919, that Montreal got its first taste when a Russian Immigrant named Isadore Shlafmanhas opened up the first bagel bakery. “The Original Fairmont Bagel Bakery” found its permanent roots in 1949, when Isadore moved to a cottage on Fairmont Street, in what is now the Mile End District. Since then, his grandchildren have taken over but kept the same traditions & methods. Open 24/7 each bagel is hand rolled and cooked continuously in a wood-burning oven right on the premises.  The menu boasts 20 different flavors, but I recommend asking for whatever ones have just come out of the oven. The warmth and texture will stop you dead in your tracks and make you swoon for more.

    • Fairmont Bagels
    • 74 Fairmount West (Mile End District)
    • Montreal, (Quebec)
    • 514-272-0667

    4 years ago  /  16 notes  /  Source: humblebites

  8. fuckyeahmontrealrs:

fuckyeahpoutine:

caite:

poutine! (via sashamd)

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    fuckyeahpoutine:

    caite:

    poutine! (via sashamd)

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  9. fuckyeahmontrealrs:

inside Urban Outfitters, Ste-Catherine   (by yan-san)

 LOVE THIS PLACE

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    inside Urban Outfitters, Ste-Catherine   (by yan-san)

     LOVE THIS PLACE

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  10. fuckyeahmontrealrs:

chezfabienne:

Koky auto, Montréal, juin 2010.

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    chezfabienne:

    Koky auto, Montréal, juin 2010.

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