Montréal en Lumière is back for its 18th edition, this time shining the spotlight on the French city of Lyon - one of the world’s premier culinary destinations. A slew of gastronomic events satisfying all tastes, occasions and budgets is slated to kick off on February 23rd. If you feel overwhelmed by the multitude of choices, our curated list is here to help you out. Hurry, some events have already sold out. [Image: iStock]
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]
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]
Summer just doesn't seem to want to leave us this year! Soak up the last few rays of the season or welcome fall by dining out on one of Montreal's top terraces. From authentic pizza al taglio to the freshest oysters you can find, there's a little something for every set of tastes. [Image credit: iStock.com/ShotShare]
There is no slowing down the juggernaut that is the Montreal restaurant scene. Year after year, we witness a fair share of closings, but those are offset by a tide of openings across all price ranges and neighborhoods. Here’s our curated list of eateries to watch out for in 2016.
If there's one thing we know how to do in Montreal, it's seafood – the city is essentially an island, after all!. And when we do up our seafood, we do it in style. Whether you're looking for tuna tartare or a unique take on scallops, this list of great restaurants is the perfect starting point to enjoy delicacies from the sea.
More and more Montreal restaurants offer a fine wine list, and private imports are popular, but this does not lessen the appeal of places to which you can bring your own bottle. Here is our selection of Bring Your Own Wine restaurants.
Montreal is lucky to have so many restaurants that specialize in fresh fish and seafood. The city is also fortunate to be fostering an effort to support ocean-friendly, sustainable seafood, which means you can feel confident that your dinner was caught or farmed in a fashion that ensures the long-term vitality of the species. Hungry yet? Check out these top spots.
When you think of late-night eats, you think of different staples depending on where you are roaming (or drinking) in the city. But instead of the usual pizza, noodles, or poutine, why not try something a little more gourmet? These spots meet our exceptionally high standards for delicious food that is more than just greasy fuel for your belly.
Old Montreal is a great part of town where you can find great pasta dishes any time of the year. Here's a glimpse of what you can enjoy there!
They say that music soothes the soul, so maybe it also helps with digestion? Anyway, it's always pleasant to accompany a fine meal with live music, and a number of restaurants engage musicians to perform while you dine. When you're deciding where to hold your office party, this might give you some ideas.
Did you fall in love with Spain after a recent trip to Barcelona or Madrid? Don’t worry, you’re not alone, and luckily you don’t have to wait for your next trip to savour the flavours of Spain again. Montreal has several good places to eat that offer delicious Spanish dishes. Below we list the best!
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