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Dave McMillan Talks Inspiration for Upcoming Wine Bar Mon Lapin

Cooking is about revisiting history, he says The details about the upcoming wine bar from the owners of Little Burgundy icon Joe Beef are still scarce, but a new video gives a little insight into what customers might be able to expect...Show More Summary

An Eater's Guide to Montreal

Unofficial, highly opinionated information about the Belle Province’s largest city Easily the largest French-speaking metropolis in North America, Montreal is a cultural junction — and its dizzying array of food, from poutine to fine French cuisine, reflects that. Show More Summary

Here’s Every 2018 Restaurant and Bar Opening in One Place

Never miss a new place to eat or drink This stream will be updated with every restaurant, bar and café opening that Eater Montreal reports on throughout 2018 — bookmark it to keep up with every new bistro, brewpub, roastery, and beyond. Looking for new arrivals from 2017? That list is over here.

CDN Chinese Favourite Rises From the Ashes With New Location

Aunt Dai goes downtown Good news for anyone hungry for Sichuan cuisine: Côte-des-Neiges Chinese restaurant Aunt Dai has opened up a downtown location, just a few months after its original location was destroyed in a suspicious fire. The...Show More Summary

The 38 Essential Montreal Restaurants, Winter 2018

The city’s indispensable tables It’s time to deliver a new Eater 38 for Montreal. This indispensable group of restaurants (listed in geographical order, not ranked) covers many neighbourhoods and styles, and is intended to represent the tapestry of Montreal’s dining options, including an array of price points and cuisines. Show More Summary

Police Nab Alleged Serial Café Scammer in Montreal

Numerous restaurants and cafés were targeted by a fake delivery driver Montreal police arrested a 36-year-old man who they suspect was involved in some 70 fraud cases involving local restaurants and cafés. Sean Magna was recently arrested...Show More Summary

Mega Menu of Tartares and Burgers Arrives in Downtown Montreal

Including kangaroo meat Want a mini burger of pulled duck with brie? A classic tartare of dijon and apple cider vinegar but with kangaroo? Or a bison-bacon sandwich? Well, all of those and a huge amount more are now being served, courtesy of Taboo, which is now open downtown. Taboo moves into the old M:brgr space on Drummond Street. Show More Summary

Every Notable 2018 Montreal Restaurant and Bar Closure

Keep up with every shut down This stream will be updated with every restaurant, bar and café closure that Eater reports on throughout 2018 — bookmark it to keep up with every eviction, bankruptcy, and retirement. Looking for closures from 2017? That list is over here.

The Revamped Deux Singes de Montarvie Shines Bright in First Review

Also, five stars for a French classic Île Flottante, the reincarnation of beloved Mile End restaurant Les Deux Singes de Montarvie (under the same owners, Sean Murray Smith and Nada Abou Younes), earns its first review this week, and it’s a good one. Show More Summary

Decades-Old Patisserie de Gascogne Closes All Locations Suddenly

Putting around 250 people out of work Decades-old Montreal bakery chain Patisserie de Gascogne completely shut down its operations on Thursday morning, according to a report in Le Journal de Montréal. A notice signed by Gascogne’s president,...Show More Summary

Oh-So-Affordable Korean Fusion Touches Down in Mile End

In the former Sel Gras New year, new restaurants: Mile End has a new Korean fusion spot in the form of Petit Seoul, on the same buzzing stretch of St-Laurent that recently welcomed fresh pasta haunt Il Miglio and ramen ladelers Tsukuyomi. Petit...Show More Summary

Old Montreal Restaurant Laments Ridiculous Number of New Year’s No-Shows

This is why we can’t have nice things The chef and owner of Old Montreal Mediterranean restaurant Ikanos appears to have been left fuming after a host of no-show customers failed to show up for reservations on New Year’s Eve. Constant...Show More Summary

8 Go-To Restaurants for Cheap Eats in Quebec City

Everything from poutine to Portuguese chicken Quebec’s capital city has its share of fine dining haunts, from old school favourites like Le Continental to celebrated newer arrivals like Kraken Cru (and that’s to say nothing of the oft-overpriced tourist traps in the Old City). Show More Summary

2 Jérôme Ferrer Restaurants to Be Demolished for a University — and Other Closures

Beaver Hall closed over the weekend DOWNTOWN — A double whammy of bad news for Jérôme Ferrer, chef about town and owner of big banner downtown restaurant Europea. His two restaurants on Beaver Hall are both set to be demolished to make way for a major construction project belonging to Montreal business school HEC. Show More Summary

Complaining Neighbours Win as L’Gros Luxe is Forced to Close Plateau Location

A government body imposed big penalties on the restaurant after noise complaints After being ordered to close for a month and subject to a burdensome set of legal restrictions from a government regulator, L’Gros Luxe has permanentlyShow More Summary

The Most Beautiful New Montreal Restaurants of 2017

Everything we swooned over this year No single design trend dominated Montreal’s restaurants in 2017 — some worked with beautiful heritage buildings as their backdrops, some went for light and bright Instagram-friendly fixtures, and others leaned into a more specific source of inspiration (Wes Anderson, in one case). Show More Summary

These Are the Most Bizarre Search Terms That Brought You To Eater This Year

‘jeff simple plan nose job’ From sex things to questions to typos, here are some of the most unexpected search terms that dropped readers off on Eater Montreal’s virtual doorstep in 2017. [sic] throughout. apartment above joe beef beef...Show More Summary

Montreal Food Writers Predict the Headlines for 2017

What trends will descent on the island? As is tradition at Eater, we close the year with a survey of food critics, writers, bloggers, and people about town. This year we posed eight questions, from meal of the year, to top restaurant newcomers. Show More Summary

Eater Montreal’s Most-Read Stories of 2017

The most attention-grabbing headlines 2017 is almost over — so here’s a chance to stroll down a memory lane that isn’t lined with Donald Trump news. Eater has covered no shortage of scandals, chef shuffles, closures, and almost endless openings. Show More Summary

Food Writers Name Montreal's Biggest Dining Surprises of 2017

From brunch to barbecue As is tradition at Eater, we close the year with a survey of food critics, writers, bloggers, and people about town. This year we posed eight questions, from meal of the year, to top restaurant newcomers. All will be revealed by the time we turn off the lights at the end of 2017. Show More Summary

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