by local designers fill the streets around McGill College. www.festivalmodedesign.com The city’s restaurant scene is a melting pot of international cuisines, French accents, and trendy, fusion style offerings. In season many restaurants open their sidewalk cafés and summer gardens. Have lunch on the outdoor terrace at Boris Bistro, or at Le Hangar in the popular Griffintown neighborhood. For dinner try Communion in Old Montreal across from the old port. If you’d like to try cutting edge cuisine, visit the Foodlab at the Society for Arts and Technology (SAT), a center dedicated to digital culture. This casual notfor-profit restaurant features a creative, seasonal menu with a focus on inventive preparation techniques. www.sat.qc.ca. Located only a short flight away, Montréal is an exciting and vibrant destination, ideal for a mini vacation. For more information visit www. tourisme-montreal.org. ∆
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Sculpture by Botero at LHotel. Wesselmann at the Museum of Fine Arts. Marché Bonsecours.
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