I have been curious about Saint Houblon for several years now, often passing by their Côte des Neiges area location. When I saw them listed on MTLàTABLE a few months back there was no question this was high on my list.Read More
MONTRÉAL EN LUMIÈRE: The festival invites everyone over for dinner again with its 24th edition!
MONTRÉAL EN LUMIÈRE, presented in collaboration with Scotiabank, is thrilled to announce that the 24th edition of the festival will be held from February 16 to March 5, 2023, under the theme Discover the best of Montreal in winter!Read More
Tony Medeiros and his wife get B12 Burger for Le Burger Week 2022
The good folks of Le Burger Week send us some burgers from B12 Burger for Le Burger Week 2022 which ran from September 1-14. Our food delivered by Doordash.Read More
La Maison Verte
This family business has been known over the years to develop a unique atmosphere, exceptional service and carve out an enviable reputation in the West Island of Montreal thanks to the originality of its menu and the magnificent welcome given to clients.Read More
Miranda Medeiros tries 49th Parallel coffee and Lucky’s Doughnuts
A beloved coffee franchise from British Columbia makes its way to Montreal. The 49th Parallel opened its doors in Old Montreal this summer with delicious and sustainably sourced coffee along with to-die-for doughnuts.
The 49th Parallel serves a diverse coffee menu using beans from their own cutting-edge roastery. Not only is this spot a no-brainer for a good cup of coffee but it is the scene for some premiere gourmet doughnuts made fresh throughout the day. These doughnuts are hand-crafted culinary delights from Vancouver-based Lucky’s Doughnuts.Read More
Miranda Medeiros attends the grand opening of Benny & Co. at 201 St-Jacques Street in the Old Port
Benny & Co. is the triumph of generations of hard-working Quebecers. The seeds of this local franchise were first planted back in the 1940s where the Benny family would raise chicken on their family farm where they began making their renowned rotisserie chicken. Using their own family recipe, their delectable chicken was then shared with the public when they opened their first restaurant in 1960. Since then, generations of Benny’s have taken up the helm and now have expanded the farm into a 68-branch franchise, with the newest location in Montreal’s Old Port.Read More
Benny&Co. chooses downtown Montreal to unveil its new rotisserie concept
Benny&Co., Quebec’s largest family-owned rotisserie chain, is now present in downtown Montreal with the opening of its 66th rotisserie, marking the launch of its new restaurant concept. Entirely elaborated by the 3rd generation of the Benny family, this concept involved more than two and a half years of development and will offer a renewed customer experience that reflects Benny&Co’s vision for the future.Read More
Mike Cohen enjoys his first ever Gibbys Steakhouse takeout experience and gives a huge thumbs up
While its Old Montreal and St. Sauveur locations are now open for dining, Gibbys has implemented an already very popular takeout and curbside pickup format. Gibbys is following all required protective measures for patrons, staff and suppliers. All tables are socially distanced and all of the staff wear the required protective equipment. There are hand sanitizing stations throughout the restaurants and all areas are sanitized on a regular basis. In Old Montreal, a separate entrance has been created for clients coming in so that clients arriving and leaving are not crossing each other in the entrance.Read More
Update: La Queue de Cheval Steakhouse and Raw Bar cancels curbside pickup
Since the world shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic there are a lot of experiences people miss dearly. Going out for a nice meal at a restaurant is certainly one of them.
Restaurants are presently only permitted to operate for take-out and delivery service. The iconic
La Queue de Cheval Steakhouse and Raw Bar, (www.queuedecheval.com), located at 1181 Avenue de la Montagne, has been around for more than two decades. Before the coronavirus battered the economy, founder Peter Morentzos was happily preparing to open a new Toronto location. That is now on hold, and in jeopardy of not proceeding.
SIAL Canada’s 17th edition presents the crossroads of innovative solutions to face the challenges of tomorrow
By 2030, the agri-food industry will need to feed nearly nine billion people while protecting the planet’s resources. As our production and consumption methods are put to the test, manufacturers and professionals must now innovate to produce differently, offering more sustainable agri-food alternatives, all of this in the context of a significant labour shortage. This is the main theme that will be addressed during the 17th edition of SIAL Canada, which will be held at the Palais des congrès de Montréal from April 15 to 17. With more than 1,200…Read More