New locations in the Little Italy
Just like the warm weather, a few new shops have recently moved in the Little Italy!
Ratafia (6778 boul. St-Laurent) : Located in the old-address of the mythical caffè Epoca, Ratafia promises to be the new unavoidable reference in terms of deserts in Montréal. Let yourself be seduced by original and creative pastries accompanied by a generous wine and liquor card! If that is not worth the detour, i do not know what is! For the ones out there without a sweet tooth, do not worry, a salty entrées are also available!
Beauté Business (6965 boul. St-Laurent) : Starting on August 6th, a new address will be at your disposal for any and all types of pampering in the Little-Italy, the salon Beauté Business ! In need of a capillary treatment, a new hair dye or an eyebrow waxing? Then this is the new place for you! Additionally, the salon is proud to practice ecological methods as well as a providing you with a whole array of natural products!
Parma Café (162 rue Jean-Talon East) : After your makeover at the salon, you should stop by the Jean-Talon Market for a coffee in a new location of Parma Café! Already a staple of downtown Montréal, this café is going back to its roots and celebrates its italian heritage with their new spot in the Little-Italy! Go say Hi, and make sure to try a famous chicken cutlet panini on their gorgeous mediterranean styled outdoor terrace.
Mucca Restaurant (236 rue Saint-Zotique Est) : Will be opening its doors very soon to enthusiasts of contemporary italian cuisine ! There is still a bit of haze around de date of inauguration as well as their definition of italian cooking. However we do know it will be based stricly around home made, local products with a pronounced respect for animals and nature! Stay tuned!