“Everyone loves pizza!” This phrase is used to present the very first Montreal Pizza Week. From the 24th to the 31st of October, fans of this wonderful Italian pie can sample and even vote for their favourite in 10 categories, including thin crust, calzone, dessert pizza and gluten-free. More than 25 restaurants are participating in the event, and you can get to know a few of them here. [Photo of Pizzeria Napoletana]
Taco Week is back in Montreal, and we’re happy to enjoy a second serving! This year’s mission carries over from last year: letting  you discover tacos for less than $10 at one of the many participating restaurants. Chicken tandoori, marinated pork, grilled octopus... you have a week to try them all! Here are some of the establishments that await you from October the 21th to the 28th.
Opting to have a salad used to mean that you were on a diet, but not anymore! Today there are so many unique combinations and eating salad is now about satisfying a craving, not going on a diet. We love clean eating when it tastes good! [image creditl: iStockphoto]
It’s that time of year again! Restaurateurs from Montreal to Vancouver - via the United States and even Port-au-Prince (!) - are competing to offer very delicious special hamburgers as part of the sixth annual Burger Week. In Montreal, 40 or so establishments and their burgers await. We present them here to you, with a complete list of menus coming soon. [image credit: Burger Week]
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’s rich and complex dining scene goes through its fair share of fads and trends every couple years. Of late, we’ve witnessed an explosion in Japanese izakayas, which were followed by Neapolitan pizzerias and more recently taquerias. The following list showcases our city’s various takes on the Mexican staple, from its most traditional form to experimental renditions that are bound to amaze. [Image credit: iStock]
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]
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]
Hiring a five-star catering service can make your Christmas or New Year's Eve dinner a success. Delight your guests with the delectable dishes offered by these amazing caterers, right here in the city.[Image credit: iStockphoto.com/piotrszczepanekfotoart]
In what has become an annual tradition, Gourmet Avenue is returning to the heart of the Plateau for a fifth year. You’re hereby invited by a number of restaurateurs for a long walk along Mont-Royal Avenue on the 17th and 18th of September 2016 to taste local and hand-crafted products, chat with the owners and local producers and attend cooking classes! Here are some of the restaurants taking part. 
Do you have a barbecue? Neither do I. That's why I'm suggesting some spots that make hot dogs better than us, so you'll know where to head for your junk food fix. A well done hot dog is a beautiful thing and these places are where you’ll find them. Enjoy! [Image credit: iStock.com/bhofack2]
Famous for its poutine and smoked meat, Montreal also boasts a number of standout bánh mì joints. Bánh mì literally translates to "all kinds of bread," though it has come to mean simply a Vietnamese sandwich. This alternative to fast food offers a sensory experience that accesses all the areas of the palate – salty, sweet, tangy and spicy. [Image credit: iStock.com/oannatkaczuk]
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