Bishop & Bagg Anniversary

Weekly Snaps | February 25 | DCMTL Blog

Events in the city round-up for the week of February 25th, 2017

Bishop & Bagg 3 Year Anniversary

While the staff were dressed to the nines, Negroni was the star of the show at Bishop & Bagg.

The Bishop & Bagg transformed their English pub into a Florentian Café circa 1919 to celebrate the launch of their full Negroni menu to celebrate their 3rd year in business.

The bites were tasty and the drinks were mixed to perfection. Thanks for having us!

Bishop & Bagg 3rd Year Anniversary
Negroni cocktails were mixed all ways imaginable for Bishop & Baggs 3 year anniversary

Reitmans Summer 2017 Preview

Hosted at Chez Villaine Victoire, the Reitmans 2017 summer collection was the perfect mix of print, texture, bright & neutral tones and stripes. You know, like how summer should be?

It was even more of a teaser considering it was a balmy 12 degrees that day in Montreal, and oh-so close to being weather appropriate.

Virginie Reitmans
Virginie shops on the job

Festival Art Souterrain at L’Arsenal

Art Souterrain aims to make art accessible to a wider audience by taking it out of it’s traditional exhibition spaces.

From March 4 through 26, 2017, Art Souterrain presents the 9th edition of its eponymous contemporary art festival, under the theme Play and Distraction.

Access to the exhibition trail and to all festival activities is free of charge, with the exception of the guided visits ($5) and the Focus visits ($10, or $7 for students).

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