Treat yourself at the Omnivore Montreal event

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.

Hoogan et Beaufort

1
4095, rue Molson, Montréal, QC H1Y 3L1

Chef Marc-André Jetté will be taking a break from his kitchen on Molson Street to reinterpret wood-fired octopus with green olives and burnt pepper yogurt.

Farine Inc

2
102, rue Saint-Viateur O, Montréal, QC H2T 2L1

Chefs Juan Lopez and Samuel Pinard of this small restaurant on St. Viateur will be in attendance, offering – what else? – one of their sublime fresh pasta dishes: ragu alla napoletana.

Accords Bar A Vin Resto

3
212, rue Notre-Dame O, Montréal, QC H2Y 1T3

Simon Mathys, who became executive chef of the wine bar restaurant (and bistro) Accords in spring 2015, will follow the beat of the music while preparing a dish combining broccoli, mussels and sunflower!

Le Mousso

4
1023, rue Ontario E, Montréal, QC H2L 1P8

Antonin Mousseau Rivard, creative chef of this small 34-seat restaurant on Ontario Avenue East, will be offering foie gras candy(!) with verbena and maple. Very promising indeed.

Restaurant Manitoba

5
271 Rue St Zotique O, Montréal, QC H2V 1A4

Cédric Nolet, head chef of the restaurant on Saint-Zotique street known for its game meat, will be in attendance to “regale” us with wild meat cooked over a wood fire, salted fish and wild mushrooms. A quick tour of the woods, don't you know!

Labo Culinaire Foodlab

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3-1201, boul Saint-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2X 2S6

It’s happening at the SAT, so naturally the Food Lab is there with its chef, Adrien Renaud, who brings a sandwich with his famous Bobines trout (from a fish farm in East Hereford, south east of Sherbrooke).

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