It’s 5 years running and has already become one of Montreal’s finest traditions. Montréal à Table, or restaurant week (more like 10 days actually) is back with a whopping 150 restaurants participating in offering a select three course meal for $21, $31, or $41, depending on the place. This is really the time for everyone to discover new places, try out those otherwise expensive restaurants or even go back to your local favourites.
If dinner plans are a bit harder for you to make, there are other alternatives. A $21 late night option is available in some participating restaurants, namely Ikanos, Pullman, Chez Levêque, Pastaga and Café Le Petit Flore. For the early birds, there’s also a $15 brunch option. Participating restaurants include: Barbounya, Les Soeurs Grises, Chez Chose, Boswell and Au Petit Extra.
As of today, most restaurants still have availability, expect for Lannes et Pacifique and Helena, which appear completely full for the event. But this won’t last: so hurry up and reserve!
About Caroline Royer
NUMTL Founder and Editor-in-chief, Caroline is an Ottawa-born Montrealer who has spent the better part of her life playing and listening to music. Otherwise, she is a diehard Sens fan, freakishly into architecture and industrial design and terrible at staying put for more than 5 minutes.