Ready to face the holidays

It's not that I don't love my family, but the opportunity to get away?  Yes, please.  And when it's the next best thing to going overseas (aka Montreal)?  Even better.  But before I went, there was a book-filled conference in Boston to attend.  In both cities there were good friends to hang out and great food to eat. Admit it, you're envious:

(those glowing globes are the holiday street decorations on "our" street in Montreal - cool, eh?)

Highly recommended:
Tea at L'Espalier (try the Gloucester Street Blend tea)
Citizen Public House and Oyster Bar (and for the brave, you can try a pickleback)
Stash Cafe (get the Menu du Debutant)
Taverne Dominion (go on Thursday for the duck leg confit, and don't forget to try their special tonic)

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