Sweet Tooth: Juliette & Chocolat recently held a grand opening for their newest location on the West Island at 3339 F Sources Blvd in Dollard-Des Ormeaux. When MtlRestoRap dropped by it was like a Willy Wonka factory tour. There were kids with plastic bib aprons ready to get messy with their chocolate treats. This is the place where your sweet tooth gets re-activated. Everything in the restaurant looks so chocolicious! Try their crêpes meals. Meanwhile, the iconic ice cream brand Baskin-Robbins Canada has launched a brand-new identity for all visuals from logo to packaging and more. The brand, which is constantly growing in Canada, is excited to begin this new chapter following its 50th anniversary in 2021. There are several locations in the Greater Montreal area.

Taxi Time: Sushi Taxi has been around since 2000, but we only discovered it recently. There are 21 restaurants as part of the group, with the lone Montreal locale at 1744 Notre Dame West in Little Burgundy. You can dine in, take-out or make a delivery order. The online menu is avant-guard and presented in a clean, colourful and simple format. The traditional sushi selections are all available; but don’t be shy to try a few out-there dishes. MtlRestoRap’s Glenn J. Nashen and his family were pleasantly surprised by their trendsetting choices. Closed Monday and Tuesday, they are open Wednesday through Sunday evenings from 5pm to 9pm. Sharon has been the friendly manager there for four years.  

Smoke Show: Have you heard about Smoke Show? Founded here in Montreal in 2015 by Dave Rose, the vegan and gluten-free Canadian-based hot sauce company creates bottles that are easy to reuse and repurpose and works with local manufacturers to ensure they are supporting their community and only produce in small batches to obtain maximum freshness. Info: http://smokeshowsauce.com/    

Suzuki Burritos: Quesada, the chain that brings the very best in fresh Mexican-inspired flavors to Quebecers, recently marked #GreenEveryday, a province-wide campaign that takes place throughout April in support of sustainability and the David Suzuki Foundation. Quesada donated a portion of proceeds from sale of every delicious roasted veggie burrito or Quesadilla sold to the David Suzuki Foundation, a national, bilingual non-profit organization with offices in Montreal. There are locations here in Côte des Neiges, Pointe Claire, Dollard des Ormeaux, Laval, Sherbrooke, Longueuil, Chicoutimi, Quebec City, Terrebonne and Saint Hubert.
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