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  • English,
  • French,
4095, rue Molson, Montréal, QC H1Y 3L1
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Opening Hours *Holiday hours

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  • $26 To $60,

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Meet the owner

Marc-André Jetté and William Saulnier have always worked in the restaurant industry, with one leading in the kitchen and the other in the dining room. The inseparable duo opened Hooganet & Beaufort in December 2015 to serve delicious dishes well tied to the Angus community.

William still vividly remembers his first job as a clerk in Gascony, in the Laurentians. His love for food led him to study hotel management at the ITHQ. He never once doubted the path he’d taken.

Marc-André and William met while working at Laloux , in 2008. Marc-André left that job to open the Newtown, in the city centre, and the 400 Coups in Old Montreal.

William joined Marc-André on this adventure and, seeking new challenges, the two restaurateurs agreed to open their own restaurant. “Since we worked in different restaurants, in different settings, we knew we formed a strong team and were ready to open our own business," explains William. "We knew we shared the same vision."

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    Tina M

    Enjoyed the $17 brunch as 2 service meal during the week of MTLATABLE. The service and ambiance is great. Love the open concept bar and kitchen. Would definitely return for dinner.

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