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Award-Winning Baker to Bring Bread and More Bread to Rosemont

Automne is going to have bread with a philosophy Gird your loins for fresh bread, Rosemont: award-winning baker Julien Roy (2013 winner of the apprentice baker category in France’s prestigious Mondial du pain) is teaming up with chef...Show More Summary

The Big Montreal Breakfast Map

Because breakfast is like, one of the most important meals of the day Weekend brunch is a thing, and a thing that many Montrealers will line up for in below-freezing temperatures. But Montreal is not the biggest of breakfast towns. The...Show More Summary

Arcade Fire Resto Agrikol to Expand, and More Intel

A new café advertising the “world’s worst coffee”, and other Montreal food news and gossip VILLAGE — The Haitian hotspot from Toronto restaurateur Jen Agg Agrikol (also known as “the Arcade Fire restaurant”) is rumoured to be expanding after just eight months in its Amherst Street location. Show More Summary

After 50 Years, Le Mas des Oliviers Will Shutter in October [Updated]

Get in while there’s still time Opened since 1966, Le Mas des Oliviers has stood as a steadfast house of Gallophilia in downtown Montreal for decades. Owner Jacques Muller, who purchased the restaurant in 1976, decided recently to lock the doors one last time on Sunday, October 2. Show More Summary

Montreal's 12 Must-Eat Korean Restaurants

Get that bulgogi or bibimbap just like you're in Busan Montreal can feel like a black hole for some Asian cuisines — the woeful lack of decent Thai food is a key example — and it can feel that way with Korean, too. But poke around a little and there are some solid, nay, excellent options. Show More Summary

The Critics Debate: is Foiegwa’s Shepherd’s Pie Good?

And Lesley Chesterman delivers a burn over Parm’s wine prices Two papers took on summer newcomer Foiegwa in their reviews this week; both Marie-Claude Lortie (La Presse) and Thierry Daraize (Le Journal de Montréal) fixate maybe a little too much on the name. Show More Summary

Three Food Trends Rolled into One at New CDN Spot

How much fusion is too much fusion? An Eater tipster says that new lunch spot Moushi has quietly popped open on Decarie Boulevard in Cote-des-Neiges, serving up a mixed bag of poke bowls, pseudo-burrito pseudo-sushi wraps, and a seemingly...Show More Summary

The 22 Hottest Burgers in Montreal

Montreal is burger city Montreal, your burger game has come a long, long way. We may live in the age of izakayas and taquerias but look around — has there ever been a better time to love burgers in this city? The climb to pinnacle burgerdom has been a slower creep than, say, the explosion of wine bars in Montreal but consider these 22 restaurants. Show More Summary

High Concept Cocktails at Underground Bar in Old Montreal

Award-winning bartender Kevin Demers gets creative with his own place If you’re wandering the back streets around Place Jacques-Cartier in Old Montreal, keep an eye out for a non-descript door with a doorbell and a small rubber duck symbol above the door. Show More Summary

Less Ramen in Plateau; Less Curry Downtown

A regularly-updated round-up of all restaurant closures in Montreal for late summer and fall. September 20 PLATEAU — Mont-Royal Avenue ramen spot Saka-Ba! has shut down operations, confirms a publicist who worked with the izakaya, who did not provide an explanation. Show More Summary

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Weekly updates from the Montreal food world Attention please: time to sign up for the Eater Montreal newsletter, a twice-weekly missive rounding up the top dining news and more. Interested in new restaurants, bars, cafés, chef news, miscellaneous food world gossip and food guides? Enter your email address below. Sign up for Eater Montreal’s newsletter

The Essential Montreal Sushi Restaurants

Where to nosh on nigiri and such An inland city like Montreal must invariably maintain modest sushi aspirations. (This certainly doesn't help matters.) But, huzzah, there is a tidy cluster of reliable sashimi slicers and omakase offerers in the city. Show More Summary

You Could Be Classic French Resto L’Express’ New Neighbour

The ultimate purchase for French food aficionados on the Plateau? The apartment next door to much-loved French bistro L’Express is on the real estate market — and having been partly renovated by the designer behind L’Express, it’s pretty...Show More Summary

The Eater Montreal Cocktail Heatmap, September 2016

Where to get the freshest and most buzz-laden mixed liquors in Montreal — updated monthly. Welcome to the latest batch of hot bars and restaurants on Eater Montreal's cocktail heatmap. The places below are the hotspots in the city right at this moment for cocktails. Show More Summary

Is this the worst restaurant review of the year?

And Lesley Chesterman goes lakefront in the classy part of Laval Le Devoir restaurant reviewer Jean-Philippe Tastet really did not like the Plateau’s oh-so-French Laloux. He hated it so much that it wouldn’t be a surprise to see him out front of Laloux handing out photocopies of the brutal review he gave it this week. Show More Summary

The Essential Gluten-Free Eats in Montreal

15 of the top options for celiacs and the otherwise gluten-averse Is taking your gluten intolerance out to eat in Montreal getting to be a burden? This heatmap may be your saviour. Gluten-free offerings have become better and more widespread in recent years, as many restaurants move beyond dumping a packet of gluten-free pasta into boiling water. Show More Summary

Tiradito Imports Peruvian-Japanese Fusion Downtown

Mid-century vibes and Nikkei cuisine to come this October If you’re unfamiliar with Nikkei food, it could be because it’s practically non-existent in Montreal — until now. It’s a mash-up of Japanese and Peruvian cuisine, created since...Show More Summary

Get the Scoop on Every New Montreal Restaurant

Track them all, every step of the way Wonderful restaurant news for the Plateau: Toulouse native Julien Joré, who has put in time at the likes of Brunoise, 357c, Au Cinquième Péché and Au Petit Extra over the last dozen years or so,Show More Summary

Server Who Ignored Diner's Seafood Allergy Won't Serve Time

He was blamed for nearly killing a customer with salmon tartare Servers across the province of Quebec can breathe a sigh of relief — a 22-year-old who accidentally served salmon tartare to a customer with a seafood allergy won’t be getting...Show More Summary

21 Essential Cheap Eats Restaurants in Montreal

Bouffe on a budget These are some of Montreal's classic spots for first-rate, low-cost eats, of which there are plenty. "Cheap Eats" is a nebulous term: obviously, a croissant is cheap — though it's not necessarily substantial. So this...Show More Summary

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