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Montréal’s best hotel restaurants

With thousands of options, getting a taste of Montreal’s restaurant scene can take some precise logistical planning. Luckily if you’re visiting Montreal, your gastronomic journey’s starting point can start closer than you realize. Some of Montreal’s great chefs helm the kitchens of the city’s finest luxury and boutique hotels. These restaurants highlight some of city’s creative culinary teams and are  frequented and appreciated by visitors and locals alike. E.A.T (Être Avec Toi) Located in the trendy W Hotel (also home to Plateau Lounge and Wunderbar) E.A.T is amalgamation of restaurant and art gallery. Edgy murals and commissioned canvas pieces by local artists adorn the walls of the space. Headed by Executive Chef Sébastien Giannini, the menu is heavy on seafood that features, multi-tiered seafood towers, shellfish on ice, catch of the day specialties as well as local and seasonal dishes. W Hotel – 901 Square-Victoria (514 395-3180) Laurie Raphaël Discover the wonders of Quebec terroir cuisine at Laurie Raphaël brought to you by Chef Daniel Vézina. Chef Vézina (radio and television host, author, and philanthropist) and team executes his contemporary style of cuisine characterized by an emphasis on local products and regional flavours. Hotel Le Germain – 2050 Mansfield Street… / Read More →

Merry feasting: Holiday menus in Montréal

Quoth Benjamin Franklin: “Fools make feasts, and wise men eat them.” Harsh words, Ben—but we agree that eating feasts is a lot more fun than making them. So here’s some food for thought: this holiday season, leave the kitchen behind. Round up your loved ones and let these Montréal restaurants do the hard work for you with their beautiful and inspired holiday menus. OLD MONTRÉAL Experience Old Montréal one taste at a time as you wine and dine your way through exceptional holiday menus from the Antonopoulos Group’s family of restaurants: Méchant Bœuf, Modavie, Vieux-Port Steakhouse, Bevo Pizzeria + Bar, Kyo Bar Japonais, Taverne Gaspar and Suite 701. With so many options, our New Year’s resolution is to grow an extra stomach. Visit Experience Old Montréal for more information. Osco – 360 Saint-Antoine Street West This restaurant located inside Montréal’s InterContinental boasts several holiday menus: a special December menu until the 18th, a six-service Christmas table d’hôte on December 24 and 25, a separate six-service NYE menu, and both Christmas and New Year’s Day brunches. Communion – 135 De la Commune Street West Oysters by the dozen (or the case!) are featured on this Old Port restaurant’s holiday menus alongside… / Read More →

Live for Love on Valentine’s Day in romantic Montreal

Since Valentine’s Day falls on a Friday this year, Montreal sets its sights on a long weekend of love. Walk down snow-covered cobblestone streets, turn a plush hotel room into a romantic getaway, spur the senses with dining and chocolate, and find something swoon-worthy to do around every turn…