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THINGS TO DO IN MONTREAL: NOVEMBER 9-15

Even as the days get shorter and the nights colder, Montreal knows how to keep everyone warm, cozy and happy, starting with good food, of course, as this week’s TASTE MTL proves. But feasts for the eyes and ears abound too with two film festivals, three music festivals, opera, theatre, circus, dance, immersive and innovative art experiences, and lots of live music…

MONTREAL RESTAURANT PROFILE: LALOUX

Francis Archambault, manager of the renowned “Montreal Bistro” Laloux, spoke to us about the wonderful effect that respected pastry chef Patrice Demers has on the menu that chef Jonathan Lapierre-Réhayem creates every day. See for yourself during Taste MTL – Montreal’s Restaurant Week, November 1-11, 2012.

TASTE MTL REVIEW: FERREIRA CAFé

Imagine how awesome it would be if someone told you that you’re most favorite thing in the world has an entire week dedicated to it. Although Shark Week already exists, you can imagine my excitement when I heard about Montreal’s first ever Restaurant Week.

TAKE A CULINARY TRIP AROUND THE WORLD WITH TASTE MTL

TTASTE MTL, Montreal’s first ever restaurant week, starts soon. About 100 restaurants are participating in this delicious event and since there are only so many nights one can dine out during those 10 days, it makes it very difficult to pick which restaurants to try out…

MONTREAL RESTAURANT PROFILE: TASSO BAR à MEZZE

Constant Mentzas, chef and co-owner of Tasso bar à Mezze, spoke to us about his modern Greek cuisine while preparing some grilled octopus and artichoke with mint pesto. See for yourself during Taste MTL – Montreal’s Restaurant Week, November 1-11, 2012.

CONTEST: SHARE. EAT. WIN.

To celebrate Taste MTL and our blog’s new Instagram account and feed, we’ve got a cool new contest: tag your restaurant photos on Instagram with #TASTEMTL and/or #MTLaTABLE to win free dinners at some of Montreal’s best restaurants!

TASTE MTL TAKES OVER MONTREAL: NOVEMBER 1-11

From November 1 to 11, TASTE MTL presented by SAQ takes over some of Montreal’s best tables (and wine glasses). From Europea to Chez L’Épicier, from Le Grain de Sel to over 100 Montreal restaurants of every price range and type of menu, this will be an event the likes of which this city’s stomachs have never seen! Make your reservation now!

FIVE MONTREAL HARVEST PLATES

It’s harvest time again in Montreal, the maple leaves have turned and leaf peepers crown the country roads on weekends, mixing with the trucks that bring the produce in to stock the cold rooms of the city’s top artisans. This is perhaps the season when our culinary uniqueness is the most obvious. The thing is, we have the same crops here as do many cities in our latitude – mushrooms, greens, tomatoes, squash – and yet our chefs always find new and ever more appealing ways to showcase the season’s bounty.

THINGS TO DO IN MONTREAL: OCTOBER 5-11

The Thanksgiving long weekend in Montreal features many things to be thankful for, and food is naturally among them. But on top of all the good meals Montreal provides, this week brings a film festival, world-class dance, theatre and art, a massive dance party, and lots of live jazz, rock and more…