From Nashville’s Bluebird Café to the Festival Country de Lotbinière in Quebec, Justine Blanchet is bringing her own brand of sophistication, fearlessness, and culture to the country music world.
With a combined total of over 1 million Spotify streams and YouTube views across her catalogue of singles, Justine joined forces with CCMA award-winning producer Danick Dupelle for the June release of her debut EP, Don’t Ask Me to Dance, and is celebrating the record's feature track "Cheap Sunglasses”.
From some of Montreal's best poutine to board games and bevvies at a cool pub, here's where Justine Blanchet loves to eat and drink in the iconic French-Canadian city.
You can’t spend a day in Montreal without getting one of Quebec’s traditional dishes...Poutine.
If you don’t know what that is, it’s French fries with gravy and cheese curds. Although simple, Chez Tousignant is known for making one of the best poutines around. If you’re not sure you’re going to like it, you can always get a hamburger with their secret sauce.