It has been said Montreal is a food town. And why wouldn’t it be? It has everything else going for it: arts, culture, nature and some lovely architecture. If you find yourself in Montreal, your biggest problem might be deciding what to eat first. If it is, there are some pretty simple rules to follow: Eat everything and anything.
The city has amazing choices from sushi to pizza. Every neighborhood has something to offer, but the top three might be Plateau Mont-Royal, Old Montreal and Little Burgundy. You can get everything you crave and more.
In the neighborhood of Plateau, check out the murals and parks after grabbing a coffee at Replika. The mix of cultures in this neighborhood will get you an affordable meal anywhere from a Jewish deli to a Portugese wine bar. Try some of the best Venezualan food in the city at Arepera or, for breakfast, the croissants at Les Co’Pains d’abord.
In the western state of Jalisco, Guadalajara boasts some incredible Mexican culture, including historical landmarks, idyllic neighborhoods, fun shopping, dining and live mariachi music. Paint the town read with very little green (or multicolored peso, in this instance) and explore Guadalajara cheaply.
All Nippon Airways (ANA) is the largest airline in Japan. With flights from the United States to Japan and all of Asia, it's the perfect airline to book your next trip with. From ANA's amazing in-flight food to its excellent customer service, it comes as no surprise ANA has been awarded five stars for its seventh consecutive year by the SKYTRAX World Airline Rating.
Between indulgent holiday food, visiting friends and family and skipping the gym to stay cozy at home, the holiday season can wreak havoc on your diet. By all means, enjoy that Christmas cookie and pumpkin pie, but before you go back for your second or third slice, consider adding these foods into your diet during the holiday season to avoid burnout.