5 things to do in Montreal today, Wednesday: November 13

Nov 12 2019, 3:00 pm

As the snowy week hits the midway point, here are a handful of things happening around the city today, November 13.

MTLĂ TABLE

MTLàTABLE is a giant city-wide food festival where you can discover 150 restaurants that will be offering table d’hôte dinner menus at pretty nifty prices ($23, $33, or $43) as well as a $17 brunch in some restaurants.

The food fest has been running for two weeks and it concludes today.

When: Wednesday, November 13
Time: Varies per restaurant
Where: Various locations around Montreal
Price: $17 – $43

Mart Brennan- Bishop & Gags

Bishop & Bagg is hosting another edition of their Bishop & Gags comedy show (if that pun isn’t enough to entice you, all hope might be lost).

Stand-up veterans Jason Celin, Ben Cardilli, Oren Shbiro, and Monica Hamburg will open for the very funny Mart Brennan.

The show is pay-what-you-can, so settle in for some midweek laughs at one of Montreal’s most extensive gin bars.

When: Wednesday, November 13
Time: 9 pm – 10:30 pm
Where: Bishop & Bagg, 52 St. Viateur Ouest
Price: Free

McKibbin’s Irish Pub Hooley Night

McKibbin’s Irish Pub hosts their “Hooley Night” tonight on their third-floor dance club.

Ladies pay $10 at the door, gentlemen pay $25 and then it’s an open bar, all you can drink.

The deal includes  Moosehead beer, vodka, gin, rum, rye, and whiskey. There’s a dance floor and a DJ and the night usually tends to get pretty busy.

If you’re looking for a midweek drinking and dancing getaway, it’s tough to beat McKibbin’s on Wednesdays.

When: Wednesday, November 13
Time: 10 pm – 2 am
Where: 1426 Rue Bishop
Price: $10 for girls, $25 for guys

Egyptian Mummies: Exploring Ancient Lives

A handful of mummies have cozied up to the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts for a few months.

The exhibition, Egyptian Mummies: Exploring Ancient Lives, will be the mummies’ first North American exposition, following “tremendous success in Australia, Hong Kong and Taiwan,” according to the MMFA.

As per the press release, the British Museum has reconstructed the lives of six individuals who lived along the Nile from about 900 BC to AD 180.

On Wednesdays, the MMFA offers $12 admission and extended hours.

If one of them gets up and starts haunting you, however, that’s NOT part of the exhibition.

When: From now until February 2
Time: 10 am – 9 pm
Where: Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, 380, Sherbrooke Street O,
Price: $12, available online

Putting Edge Mini-Putt

Putting Edge is an indoor mini-putt course that (besides having a great name), glows in the dark. Every hole has Canadian-based trivia questions plus the venue has an arcade and they serve alcohol. Need we say more?

When: Wednesday, November 13
Time: 10 am – 1 am
Where: 1259 rue Guy
Price: $11.99

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