Because the food is fabulous 1. Get ready to roll out the red carpet and welcome Joël Robuchon, who starting in fall 2016 will be tickling our taste buds at Atelier, in the Montréal Casino on beautiful Île Notre-Dame. The famed French chef has 28 Michelin stars to his name—want to bet Atelier garners him more? 2. There are dozens upon dozens of award winning restaurants in La Belle Ville, including Joe Beef, Au Pied de Cochon, Park, Toqué, Laloux, Pastaga, Lawrence, Le Bremner, Le Serpent, Chez Lévêque, Foodlab… the city is your oyster. Find other suggestions here. 3. Montréal’s festivals are renowned, and some of them are tasty as heck. There’s a mouth-watering calendar of food fests, from Poutine Week in February to Happy November! in, well November, not to mention our very special restaurant week, MTL à TABLE, which brings flavour to the end of October every year by joining dozens of local restaurants together to offer prix-fixe menus that give everyone a chance to enjoy their out-of-sight delights. Come taste for yourself! Because it never sleeps 4. With a promoter like Evenko, Montréal doesn’t miss a thing. Not only do they put on world-famous festivals Osheaga and Heavy… / Read More →
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Montréal’s food truck pilot project has been growing exponentially since it was established in 2013. It has become one of Montréal’s favourite ways of grabbing some good on-the-go food. Year after year, the project is being improved upon and extended to include better schedules, not to mention more trucks, tantalizing food offerings, and locations. This guide will steer you in the right direction to discover all the culinary treats coming your way starting this week! This year’s street food season runs from May 1 to October 31. The city has granted permits to 35 food trucks for 38 pre-determined locations (50 available spots) in and around six different city boroughs, which is a welcome expansion. In the past, the project had only taken place in and around the Ville-Marie district. But this year, it’s grown to include the following boroughs: Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, South-West, Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve, Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie, and Verdun. Other boroughs might be added throughout the season. Below is a list of the 35 participating food trucks (27 of which are returning favourites from last year) with links to their websites or Facebook pages: Alexis Le Gourmand Assommoir mobile Boîte à Fromages Café mobile Dispatch Camion Au Pied de Cochon La cantine… / Read More →
[Updated on March 14, 2016] Montrealers love to celebrate anything and everything, especially food and drink. Here are the top 19 food events that you need to look out for! First Fridays (Annually from May to October) Join the fleet of Montréal food trucks every first Friday of the summer and autumn months at the Esplanade Sun Life at the Olympic Park, from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. for some awesome open air eats. Montréal Oysterfest (Annually in August) A weekend-long festival that brings together some of the city’s finest restaurants and bars to celebrate our all-time favourite bivalve mollusc, the oyster. Omnivore Food Festival (Annually in August) In collaboration with the SAT (Society for Arts and Technology), the Omnivore World Tour returns every year in the month of August to discuss and demonstrate trends and innovative techniques by world-renowned chefs. YUL EAT (September 3-4-5, 2016) YUL EAT is not only a “food festival” but also a celebration of all aspects of gastronomy featuring wine tastings, celebrity chef cooking demonstrations, food vendors, family activities and a fleet of food trucks. Le Burger Week (Annually in September) Initiated by the same people who bring you La Poutine Week, Le Burger Week features over 30 restaurants… / Read More →
Even though summer has started to fade, Montreal celebrates the still-warm days with outdoor events, from food festivals to rock concerts, interactive art exhibitions to illuminated garden tours. Meanwhile, indoor entertainment continues to warm up chillier nights.
It may be the end of July, but Montreal hasn’t slowed down for summer’s dog days yet: comedy festivals Just For Laughs and Zoofest add high and hilarious energy to the city; free outdoor entertainment, from theatre to dance to fireworks and live music, goes on in the parks and downtown; and film festivals and rock shows help keep everything cool…