From Ahuntstic to Saint-Henri and pretty much everywhere in between, Montréal is home to a plethora of bring-your-own-wine (BYOW) restaurants. These fine eateries give patrons the chance to pair their own wine choices with sumptuous menu offerings. And it’s easier on the wallet, so you can treat yourself to a fine meal more often! La Khaima – 142 Fairmount Avenue West A breath of fresh North-African air on Montréal, La Khaima (“the nomad tent” in Arabic) is a decidedly Mauritanian eatery surprisingly located in the heart of hipster Mile-End. The entire concept is based on comfort and hospitality typically found in Saharan nomadic tents. Le Smoking Vallée – 4370 Notre-Dame Street West An ode to French market cuisine under the helm of chef Thierry Dufour in an industrial bistro atmosphere, Le Smoking Vallée is located in the rapidly changing neighbourhood of Saint-Henri and serves a mean tuna tartare that is well worth the detour. Madre – 2931 Masson Street and 124 Fleury Street West All hail the “nuevo latino” cuisine of chef Mario Navarrete Jr, for whom cilantro, strong peppers and lime play a major role in almost each plate offered on the giant blackboard menu. One of the few… / Read More →
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We admit it, Bring Your Own Wine restaurants, a Montréal speciality, can be hit or miss experiences. Here are three culturally diverse classics that never disappoint. We’ve been going back to them for years with the same pleasure.