Blue Hawaii's Guide to Montreal

Travel Guide to Montreal, Canada by Blue Hawaii on Trippin
Blue Hawaii

Blue Hawaii's Guide to Montreal

Blue Hawaii for Trippin
Blue Hawaii

As the cultural centre of Canada, Montréal lives and breathes creativity and passion. Filled to the brim with hopeful musicians and artists, the air is light, crisp and french-infused. Local duo, Blue Hawaii, formed of Alex “Agor” Kerby and Raphaelle “Ra” Standell, feed off this ever-flowing energy of the city into experimental, pop/electro music that often blurs the lines between genres. From stunning views on Mount Royal to days braving the cold in a record shop, these are some of their favourite spots.

Bota Bota

A spa out on the water overlooking the old port. Beautiful views. Good at all times of the year.

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L’Express

Fine French dining. Best steak frites in Montreal. Stunning ambiance. Wonderful wine list.

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La Rama

Record shop with a really good selection and really good prices.

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Drawn and Quarterly

A book shop with graphic novels and modern novels - really special vibe here.

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Caffe Italia

This cafe is the best, it feels like you’re walking into a cafe from the 1960’s. Wonderful atmosphere.

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Marché Jean Talon

Small stalls and local farmers. A beautiful experience with all kinds of food to try.

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Mount Royal

For a beautiful walk.

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Orange Julep

The large orange globe with good drinks and hot dogs, a must see, especially in the summer.

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Kabinet/Datcha

Kabinet on a Thursday for jazz/tarot night. Cute cocktail club, try the rasputin. Datcha is the club side. Wednesday nights are best at Datcha or Thursday’s after-jazz tarot.

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