Demonstrations, new trends and creativity are on the menu of this culinary festival organized in collaboration with the SAT.
“More than anywhere else in the world, Omnivore and Montréal are in love.” This quote from the Omnivore World Tour Festival website rings as true for us Montréal food lovers as it does for the Omnivore team.
The 2015 edition of the Montréal Omnivore food extravaganza takes place August 20-24 in partnership with the Society for Arts and Technology [SAT]. It will be the 4th time the festival has touched down in our fair city, and the lineup for this year’s gastronomic celebration is impressive!
Take a masterclass with great local and international chefs, enjoy a unique dinner, or head to the hopping Omnivorious Party.
This, to me, is the best part of the Omnivore World Tour. The masterclasses include demos, conferences and talks by some of the best chefs and food purveyors in the world. Sit in on sessions from local chefs such as Ségué Lepage from Le Comptoir charcuteries et vins, Marc Cohen from Lawrence, Julien Joré and Stéphanie Labelle from Cirkus, and the wonderful FoodLab Michelle Marek. This year’s event also hosts some great Canadian chefs, like Todd Perrin from Mallard Cottage in St. John’s, and international stars, including Anton Kovalkov from Moscow’s Fahrenheit and Pascal Barbot from world-renowned Parisian restaurant Astrance.
August 22 and 23 at SAT’s FoodLab, 1201 Saint-Laurent Boulevard, 3rd floor. Buy your tickets here.
These two dinners will bring together three chefs and combine their talents in a one-of-a-kind, unforgettable evening.
August 21: Martin Juneau, Pascal Barbot and Patrice Demers will be cooking at SAT’s FoodLab, 1201 Saint-Laurent Boulevard, 3rd floor. Buy your tickets here.
August 23: Jason Morris, Anton Kovalkov and Romain Tischenko will be cooking at SAT’s FoodLab, 1201 Saint-Laurent Boulevard, 3rd floor. Buy your tickets here.
Visiting chefs are partnered up with local chefs to create two fabulous and exclusive dinners. Reserve early, there is limited seating for these popular soirées.
August 20: Marc-André Leclerc (Grumman78), François Côté (L’Impérial, Granby) will be cooking at Grumman78, 630 De Courcelle Street. Reservations can be made directly at the restaurant.
August 23: Charles-Antoine Crête and Cheryl Johnson (Montréal Plaza) invite Normand Laprise (Toqué!) to cook at their restaurant, 6230, Saint-Hubert Street. Reservations can be made directly at the restaurant.
August 24: Michelle Marek and Todd Perrin (Mallard Cottage, St John’s) will be cooking at SAT’s FoodLab, 1201 Saint-Laurent Boulevard, 3rd floor. Reservations can be made directly at the restaurant.
The Omnivorious tour always ends with the big (and delicious!) bang of the Omnivorious Party where 15 chefs take over the first floor of the SAT and prepare over 6,000 bites paired with live music, not to mention a list of natural wines. Bring your appetite and dancing shoes, and get ready to bounce the night away from 7 p.m. onwards, Saturday August 22.
You can buy your tickets to the Omnivorious Party by Badoit here.
Society for Arts and Technology [SAT]
August 20-24, 2015