5 things to do in Montreal today: Thursday, December 14

Dec 13 2017, 11:34 pm

Thursday has arrived! There is so much happening around town today. Get out there and enjoy these Montreal events.

Leonard Cohen concert series at MAC 

Montreal’s Museum of Contemporary Art will host a series of five concerts based on five iconic Leonard Cohen albums to honour the legendary artist. The concerts will take place during the five months of the museums “A Crack in Everything”exhibition, which is dedicated to Leonard Cohen and his artistry.

Where: Gesù, 1200 de Bleury, Montréal
When: December 14, 2017
Times: TBA check website for details
Tickets: Available online, $35

The Nutcracker Ballet

In addition to the upcoming Nutcracker Market, you can also get your Nutcracker fill courtesy of the Les Grands Ballets. The full-length rendition of The Nutcracker is coming to Place des Arts from December 14 until December 30

 Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier, Place des Arts
When: December 14 to 30, 2017
Tickets: Available online

Village de Noël de Montréal

Mark this on your calendars! An enchanting Christmas village is coming to Montreal this December. Village de Noël de Montréal will feature holiday vendors, delicious treats, sparkling Christmas trees, lights, Santa Claus and so much more!

Where: Place du Marche, corner of St-Ambroise and Atwater
When: December 7 to December 10, and December 15  to December 17
Time: TBA. Check website for hours.

Visit Montreal’s pop-up Christmas Bar, Miracle Montreal

Last year’s Miracle Montreal was a huge success. Now Montreal’s Christmas-themed pop-up bar is back with several new pop-up locations!

Spreading joy through Christmas-flavoured cocktails and music, you won’t be able to resist stopping here for a drink in December. Miracle Montreal will have everything from jingle bell nog and Santa-quila to a Christmapolitan and a Snowball Old Fashioned.

 Various pop-up locations, check Facebook page for this year’s details!
When: December 1 to 31, 2017

Check out Montreal’s new Cherry Blossom restaurant and bar

This new cherry blossom Japanese restaurant and bar could be the prettiest place to eat in Montreal. Le Blossom is the latest establishment led by Montreal restauranter Dan Pham and his partners. The eatery is located in Montreal’s “The Village” neighbourhood and specializes in traditional Japanese handrolls, private-imported sake, contemporary Japanese dishes, and more.

Address: 1101 Boulevard de Maisonneuve Est.
Phone: 514-379-3699
Hours of Operation:
Monday: Closed
Tuesday-Wednesday: 5 pm to 12 am
Thursday-Sunday: 5 pm to 2 am

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