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Experience Montreal While at the TEC Vendor Challenge, III

Written By: Farida El Kilany
Published On: August 30 2013

This is the third in a series of posts highlighting the best of Montreal, location of the upcoming TEC Vendor Challenge – ERP for Distribution.

le-plateau-montreal.jpgThe Plateau is the hippest, edgiest, and artiest area of Montreal, and quite possibly all of Canada! Historically a working class neighborhood and predominantly French, it took on a bohemian cachet in recent decades and is now thoroughly gentrified. Victorian row houses with exterior staircases, French bistros, black-box theatres, gourmet shops—the Plateau is the essence of Montreal. New boutiques, bars, and restaurants are constantly opening up.

Sights:
1. Prince Arthur Street
2. La Fontaine Park
3. Mount Royal Park (designed by Frederick Law Olmsted)
4. Saint Denis Street
5. Sir Wilfrid Laurier Park

Shopping:
1. Billie—women’s boutique
2. Philippe Dubuc—menswear designer
3. Duo—men’s boutique
4. Zone—unique decorative accessories
5. Boutique Bubbles—both men’s and women’s collections

Restaurants:
1. Schwartz—world-famous smoked meat
2. L’Avenue
3. Bagel Etc.
4. Le Continental
5. Pizzeria Romeo

Bars:
Plateau residents take their bars very seriously. You are guaranteed to find a bar on every street corner.
1. Baldwin Barmacie
2. Le Lab
3. Big in Japan (there's a restaurant as well as a bar)
4. Bílý Kun (pronounced “Billy Coon”)
5. Plan B—If plan A (Bílý Kun) is packed...
 
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