As Montreal's City Editor, Martin is interested in everything the city has to offer. Since eating is another one of his favourite pastimes, he decided to combine pleasure with pleasure and also write about food. Can you please pass him the salt?
The croissant: adored by all, straight from the Magdalen Islands to Montreal! For the sixth year running, we're celebrating this popular pastry with the 2017 Montreal Croissant Festival. To mark the occasion, 96 artisanal pastry chefs will be joining forces on May 6, 2017 to offer you a croissant for just $1. You'd be crazy to miss it! Here are some of the places in Montreal where you can enjoy a taste: [image credit iStock]
Montreal loves its mobile munchies. Our famous food trucks have quickly gained quite the following in Montreal, and for good reason! At lunchtime, leave the boring cafeteria behind and take a wander through the streets to find out why these kitchens on wheels have whipped up so much interest. Taste unique dishes, served fast in a street near you... or your office!
Prepare yourself for the third annual Mac N'Cheese event, held in Montreal, Quebec and Toronto – to name just a few – from April 3 to 10, 2017. This isn’t a competition, however – no prizes will be awarded, although that doesn’t mean you won’t still have your favourites. Here are 12 of the Montreal participants that are making us salivate. We imagine you’re hungry too! [image credit: Geneviève Dallaire]
From March 23 to 26, more than 80,000 visitors are expected in the borough of Verdun for the seventh edition of Cabane Panache et bois rond, which means the "biggest wood party" in town.  On the menu: good grub, traditional dancing, good grub, activities, a lumberjack camp and more good grub. Here are the 16 participating restaurants and the "bouchées" they will be offering. [image credit: Promenade Wellington]
The 51st Super Bowl will begin broadcasting live from NRG Stadium in Houston at 6:30 pm. This year's game will see Tom Brady and his New England Patriots face off with Matt Ryan at the helm of the Atlanta Falcons, with the added bonus of Lady Gaga at halftime. Here are 15 suggestions for restaurants, bars, and taverns where you can eat, drink and have a solid fun time. Remember to make a reservation. [image credit: iStock]
Montreal and its Poutine Week are celebrating their wood anniversary. Yep, five years already! But don’t worry, you won’t be finding bits of bark in your food; instead you’re in for a ton of flavour and surprisingly delicious ingredients! From 1 to 7 February 2017, no less than 100 restaurants – including 50 in Montreal – will be offering decadent poutine for the occasion. Here’s our top 25. [Photo credit: PoutineWeek]
From 21 to 29 January 2017, la Tablée des chefs – an organisation whose mission is to provide food to people in need and educate young people in the culinary arts – and Valrhona are teaming up to bring you the Grande tournée du chocolat chaud. Try delectable hot chocolates for $4 each, with 50 cents from each purchase being donated to la Tablée. Here are a few of the Montreal establishments taking part! [Photo: Donat Boivin]
It’s hard to believe that this tasting event held in Old Montreal is already celebrating its 10th anniversary – a decade of deliciousness that is clearly a testament to its popularity!  Held from January 5 to February 5, 2017, Happening Gourmand offers excellent tables d’hôte menus ranging in price from $23 to $30. This year, nine restaurants are participating, so you have plenty to choose from. [image credit: iStock]
"About time!", we hear you say, and rightly so. After poutine week, pizza week and burger week, what could be more fitting than for Montreal to celebrate this Mexican dish, prepared here in 1001 different ways? Say hello to the first Montreal Taco Week, taking place from October 15-22. A number of Montreal restaurants will be offering a very special version of the taco for $10 or less throughout the week, including...
From 3 to 13 November 2016, 150 Montreal restaurants will be taking part in MTLàTABLE, which celebrates its 5th anniversary this year. Thanks to the formula of three courses for $21, $31 or $41, it’s the perfect opportunity to treat yourself and try something new while staying on budget. So without further ado, here’s a guide to what’s on offer (menus are subject to change). [photo credit: Susan Moss]
Before telling us you can't have it all, just pay a visit to Little Italy and try one of its excellent pizzas! From October 3 to 9, the restaurants of this neighborhood invite you to celebrate Montreal Pizza Week with special pizzas and great deals. So get your friends together and head to Little Italy to sample authentic pies and good times. Here's a quick guide to what awaits you at... [photo credit: iStock.com/rrvachov]
In its fifth year, Omnivore Montreal will celebrate the “sourcer”, who “works the land, the products and cultivates a healthy and sustainable agriculture.” Several events take place from September the 16th to the 19th at the Société des Arts Technologiques (SAT), including the Omnivorious evening event on the 17th. 14 chefs will be cooking live to music provided by a DJ. Here are the representatives from Montreal.
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