You may not be part of a Formula 1 team, you may not be a jet-setting celebrity, and the closest you may ever get to a “who’s who” is when someone hears your name and says, “Who?” But take heart: like many tens of thousands of other mere mortal F1 aficionados who work up a hunger for more than just racing, you too can at least eat like a VIP during the annual Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal. And your choices are limited only by your tastes.
Results for fine dining
The Fete de la Gastronomie (or “Gastronomic Party”) is all of a sudden a big deal in France. In a country where pretty much everything is a reason to party, the first annual Fete de la Gastronomie was declared in France this year as a yearly event, to celebrate the inclusion of the traditional French gastronomic meal in UNESCO’s Cultural Heritage of Humanity…
Toqué is arguably Montreal’s most revered restaurant. It is a white tablecloth institution that has long been known for its fabulous service, contemporary décor, and extraordinary tasting menus. I’ve celebrated some special occasions here, including a very romantic Valentine’s Day dinner. (Note to any gentlemen readers: My date got bonus points for having superb taste in venues.)