Wine and dine
From pasta bars to cozy cafes, there’s a restaurant to satisfy every food craving you could possibly think of. If the ideal way to spend your down time involves food and drink, then we have a few recommendations for you to check out in District Central.
We love the decor and menu at Le Chien Rose. We love it even more because we can BYOB.
Shop till you drop
Marche Central holds enough stores and restaurants to keep you busy for hours (or days!). There’s a little something for everyone, including Costco, Cinema Guzzo, Best Buy, Rona and about 40 shops and boutiques to scratch your shopping itch.
Parks and recreation
Parc-nature-l’île-de-la-Visitation attracts thousands of people year round. This scenic landscape surrounds an 18th-century mill museum inside the Park, with a cafe & terraces overlooking the river currents. It’s a great spot to go for a jog, take a stroll with your friends and family or practice your photography skills.
Pasta Making Classes
Whether your skillset meets Master Chef standards or you burn toast on a regular basis, La Molisana is a great place to learn or refine your cooking skills. Chef Michael shares his insights and skills by spreading culinary magic with his pasta-making students approximately once every 1 to 2 weeks. The variety of classes involving fresh pasta making, grilling, crafting the perfect lasagna and other fine cooking techniques. Impress your friends and loved ones during the holidays with the skills that keep on giving.
Costs vary between $60-70 and includes all materials, with takeaway containers to bring your creations home.