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Where to Eat Right in Rosemont

Rosy menus Rosemont is a veritable mixed bag for eating — it doesn't have a clear personality, like the international range of Côte-des-Neiges, or a dominant trait like Hochelaga's plethora of French bistros. Instead, it feels like a meeting place for a host of different culinary vibes of the neighbourhoods surrounding it. Show More Summary

Comptoir 21 Gives Temperature-Based Food Discounts, And Other Intel

Including: a former Bethlehem XXX chef tries out painting. PLATEAU, VERDUN, VILLAGE — Burger and fish ‘n’ chip fryers Comptoir 21 have devised a cute wintery promotion: discounts based on the wind chill factor. Example: if it feels like -30 degrees outside, all orders are discounted by 30 per cent. Show More Summary

Yelp Names 100 Most-Starred Canadian Restaurants With 13 Montreal Spots

Now with less Schwartz’s Online goods-and-service review site Yelp has distilled its wealth of restaurant reviews and petty complaints from customers into a ranked list covering all of Canada. They’re billing it as their Top 100 Places...Show More Summary

2017's Juiciest Bar and Restaurant Dramas

Keep up with the controversy: this post will keep track of every last drop of drama in the Montreal dining world, as reported by Eater Montreal’s pre-eminent online purveyor of exclamation points and clickbait MTL Blog is really madShow More Summary

Defunct St-Henri Deli’s Staff Shame Owners Over Paycheques

A social media campaign is accusing the now-closed Déli Sokolow of stealing wages Last week, Eater reported that Saint-Henri Jewish deli and ice cream counter Déli Sokolow, known for its latke poutines, had closed. It didn’t last two...Show More Summary

The Essential Montreal BYOB Restaurants

Bring it. Montreal BYOBs can roughly be grouped into three, loosely defined styles. First, those inexpensive, often garden-variety, restaurants that line Duluth from Saint-Laurent to Saint-Hubert — and their divey cousin, the dirt-cheap, BYO-everything spots. Show More Summary

Arturo Drops “Quebexican” Tacos in the Plateau Starting Today

See also: late night tacos Since the city finished spicing up the Prince Arthur pedestrian street at the end of last year, at least one new venue has moved on in. Taqueria Arturo is in soft-open mode as of today, dishing up tacos and...Show More Summary

Brunch Magnates L’Avenue Are Opening A Second Location

On the other side of town The brunch restaurant in(famous) for having some of the city’s longest line-ups is expanding. L’Avenue, currently on Mont-Royal in the Plateau, will be opening a second location in St-Henri in early spring this year. Show More Summary

Orange Rouge Has Got Its Mojo Back, Writes Critic

And Réservoir gets an odd pre-renovation visit. — Three years ago, La Presse critic Marie-Claude Lortie found Chinatown fusion spot Orange Rouge to be a promising disappointment: a good team just not working out. No more — with the addition of chef Minh Phat (Le Club Chasse et Peche), she writes that it has hit its full potential. Show More Summary

12 Great Fried Chicken Slingers in Montreal

Finger lickin' good options, without the PFK Fried chicken trends seen elsewhere on the continent didn't get a great foothold in Montreal, but that doesn't mean there's no good spots to tuck into crispy yet juicy pieces of fried bird...Show More Summary

Kamehameha is Bringing Hawaiian Snacks to the Village

More than just poke bowls. Some degree of Hawaiian food has undoubtedly landed in Montreal with the advent of poke (raw fish bowls) last year — and now a more thorough take on cuisine from the Pacific island chain is coming to the Village...Show More Summary

Le Boucan Opens a Rosemont Location, And Various Other Newcomers

Also, a cafe dedicated to Korean desserts. ROSEMONT — A few months later than planned, Griffintown barbecuers Le Boucan have spread their smokey wings all the way to Promenade Masson over in Rosemont. They’ll be dishing up ribs, pulled pork, guedilles, and the likes from the old M Sur Masson location. Show More Summary

Lucille’s Italian Resto Parm is Dead, And Other Closures

SafeHouse also didn’t survive 2016 WESTMOUNT — Plenty of celebrities died in 2016, but spare a thought for the restaurants that also didn’t survive. One big one is Parm, the comfort-Italian spot from the Lucille’s Group of NDG’s Oyster Dive — it closed over Christmas, just short of six months after opening. Show More Summary

MTL Blog is Pissed That Somebody Imitated Them To Skip Restaurant Line

“MTL Blog” and “moral high ground” don’t usually fit in the same sentence Montreal’s pre-eminent online purveyor of exclamation points and clickbait MTL Blog is really mad that someone used their good name to get free food, and they’re...Show More Summary

UberEats is Officially Coming to Montreal, Eventually

In a month far, far away Ride hailing app Uber’s food delivery division UberEats (same company, different app) is on its way to Montreal, the company has officially announced. That will make Montreal the fourth Canadian city to haveShow More Summary

Le Diplomate Finally Knocks It Out Of The Park

Get your glow sticks out because there’s a rave ahead Le Diplomate — the Mile Ex small plates spot from chef Aaron Langille — has done OK on the reviews front before, but they can now proudly say they’ve been on the receiving end of An Official Rave. Show More Summary

Allergy Restaurant Zéro 8 Looks To Expand, and Other Intel

Including a big Sherbrooke brewery making some Montreal moves Eater slowed down a little bit over the holiday season, so here’s a recap of just some of the restaurant news you may have missed. PETITE-PATRIE — “The allergy restaurant”...Show More Summary

Which Restaurant Received The Most Accolades in 2016?

A completely unscientific analysis Have you had enough of those “Best X of 2016” lists? So many different opinions about what’s good, and they don’t all necessarily match up because people have different tastes, or something. Fortunately,...Show More Summary

Get The Lowdown On Every Montreal Opening For 2017

This is the gathering point for every restaurant, bar, and cafe that opens in Montreal for 2017. Mile Enders have a shiny new sandwich purveyor starting right now. Operating under the slightly cheesy pun name Bánh Mì Bánh Yiu (presumably...Show More Summary

Bánh Mì Bành Yiu Flings Sandwiches At Mile End As Of Today

Also, banh mi delivery. Mile Enders have a shiny new sandwich purveyor starting right now. Operating under the slightly cheesy pun name Bánh Mì Bánh Yiu (presumably meant to be a play on "me" and "you"), they’re dishing up exactly what...Show More Summary

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