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MTLàTABLE

The 11th edition of MTLàTABLE will take place November 3 to 19, 2023 and showcase 135 local restaurants. This year’s list includes an array of new participating eateries, along with more established venues located in some of the city’s liveliest neighborhoods.

Go to: www.Mtlatable.com

MTLàTABLE: Lloyd at the Marriott Château Champlain offers a superb four-course table d’hôte menu for just $83

This year, Lloyd sets itself apart with an exclusive four-course table d’hôte menu for just $83 per person, an offer that promises to satisfy local foodies. Lloyd’s talented chef, Kevin Mougin, is ready to dazzle guests with his exceptional culinary creativity. His cuisine harmoniously blends local and international flavors to create unique and memorable dishes. Lloyd’s special Montréal à Table 2023 menu features a selection of starters, main courses and desserts, highlighting seasonal ingredients and local produce.

MTLàTABLE: The iconic Chez Lévêque has been a Montreal landmark for more than 50 years

Just over 50 years ago, Pierre Lévêque became the owner of La Lucarne, a small steak house on Laurier Avenue, already elegantly adorned with warm, inviting storefronts. The name changed to Chez Lévêque and a Montreal landmark was born. Still in the hands of the Lévêque family, this Parisian Brasserie continues to shine with a menu very much taking on a Lyon, France vibe. I was therefore quite pleased to experience this place for the very first time.

MTLàTABLE:  Brasserie 701 in Old Montreal presents contemporary cuisine with chic decor and magnificent neoclassical architecture

Located in the heart of Old Montreal in the iconic, internationally renowned Hotel Place d’Armes, Brasserie 701 presents contemporary cuisine, inspired by the great French brasseries. You will be charmed by the enchanting atmosphere of this spacious and bright Montreal dining room with chic decor and magnificent neoclassical architecture.

MTLàTABLE: The iconic Chez Lévêque has been a Montreal landmark for more than 50 years

    Just over 50 years ago, Pierre Lévêque became the owner of La Lucarne, a small steak house on Laurier Avenue, already elegantly adorned with warm, inviting storefronts. The name changed to Chez Lévêque and a Montreal landmark was born. Still in the hands of the Lévêque family, this Parisian Brasserie continues to shine with a menu very much taking on a Lyon, France vibe. I was therefore quite pleased to experience this place for the very first time.

    MTLàTABLE will present exceptional dining experiences in over 100 restaurants showcasing the city’s culinary diversity and talent.

    The event, which returns to its original format, offers diners the choice of 3- or 4-course table d’hôte dinner menus at fixed prices of $35, $45, $55, or $75. Foodies can take advantage of this culinary feast to discover new eateries or simply reconnect with their favourite restaurants. From classic to creative dishes, gourmets are in for a treat with the wide range of cuisines featured on the menus. Now that the highly anticipated list of 114 participating restaurants has been revealed, you can go to mtlatable.com and start booking your next culinary experiences!

    “Montréal is home to a treasure trove of talented chefs, and we’ve been saying this from the beginning: the city has everything it takes to become North America’s culinary capital,” says Yves Lalumière, President and CEO, Tourisme Montréal “ For Tourisme Montréal, organizing an event that showcases the variety and quality of Montréal’s restaurants made perfect sense. And it gives visitors an excellent opportunity to discover the city and its iconic tables. MTLàTABLE is being celebrated in over 15 neighbourhoods.”

    Dishing up terroir products and diversity

    This year’s participating restaurants will shine the spotlight on the richness and diversity of Québec products. Divided into four price categories, the restaurants will dazzle your palate with one-of-a-kind table d’hôte menus. Vegan menus will be offered too! Simply choose a filter on the MTLàTABLE website to locate vegan restaurants.

    $35 menus

    You can choose from 14 of Montréal’s most iconic restaurants, including Bevo, Bistro Ste-Cath, Brasseurs de Montréal, Taverne Gaspar, La Classe, Saint-Houblon (Saint-Denis, Côte-des-Neiges and Little Italy), Kali Bistro, Estaminet, Mercato Comunale, Pullman winebar, Tsukuyomi Ramen Bishop and Venice MTL (Old Montréal).

    $45 menus

    Discovery awaits at these 38 restaurants: Aux quartiers belle gueule, Babacool, Bar MajesThé, Bar Minéral, Bar Waverly, Bistrot la Fabrique, Café Le Petit Flore, Caribou gourmand, Cerise Café Buvette, Chez Devi, Coba Sushi, Darna Bistroquet, Galaxie Brasserie, Il Bazzali, Jacopo, Kwizinn, La Cale Pub Zéro Déchet, Le Richmond, Le Rose-Marie, Virunga, Restaurant Cabotins, Les Enfants Terribles (Cantine), Madre sur Fleury, Méchant Boeuf Bar et Brasserie, Moleskine, NELLI Café + Vin nature, Osco! Brasserie Provençale, Osteria MKT, Pincette Lobster Bar, Plein Sud, Bivouac, Rose des Sables, Mignon, Rose Ross, Taza Flores, Vieux- Port Steakhouse, Restaurant Rita and Roseline.

    $55 menus

    This category offers a choice of 45 restaurants: Aldea MTL, Alexandre et fils, Bagatelle Bistro, Bonaparte, Brasserie 701, Brasserie Bernard, Brasserie Milton, Chez Victoire, Fiorella, Fiorellino (Laurier, Notre- Dame), Gaston, Greasy Spoon, Ibérica, IBERICOS Taverne à Tapas, Joséphine, Kitchen Galerie, Kyo Bar Japonais, La Bêtise (Saint-Hubert and Verdun), Le Boulevardier, Magnolia, Le Valois, Les Canailles, Les Cavistes Bar à vin, Les Enfants Terribles (Bernard and Île-des-Soeurs), Maggie Oakes, Meson, Modavie, Monème, Monsieur B, Pastaga, Restaurant ChuChai, Restaurant de l’ITHQ, Restaurant gaZette, Restaurant H3, La Raclette, Le Square, Restaurant Tbsp, Saiko Bistrot Izakaya, Santos, Tapeo Bar à Tapas, Trattoria Gio, Vandale par le Speakeasy.

    $75 menus

    Choose from among these 17 restaurants: Chez Delmo, Chez Lévêque, Deville Dinerbar, Ikanos, Labo Culinaire Foodlab, L’Auberge Saint-Gabriel, Lawrence, Les Enfants Terribles (Place Ville-Marie), Lloyd, Loam, Perles et Paddock, Ratafia, Renoir, Restaurant Beau Mont, Restaurant Jérôme Ferrer, Restaurant Kamuy and Seasalt & Ceviche Bar.

    MTLàTABLE is an initiative by Tourisme Montréal that invites people to celebrate Montréal’s gourmet dining scene. From November 3 to 13, the 10th edition of this gourmet get-together showcases delicious prix fixe menus at $35, $45, $55, and $75. To learn more about MTLàTABLE, visit https://mtlatable.mtl.org/en. MTLàTABLE would like to thank its Grand Partner the National Bank, its major partner Les Vins du Rioja as well as the Association Restauration Québec.

    You can share your gourmet discoveries and experiences with the hashtag #MTLaTABLE @mtlatable. See complete programming and book a table at www.mtlatable.com