Dear foodies, gluttons, and epicureans,
Get focused immediately! Montréal’s restaurant week, aka MTL à TABLE, is back this year from October 29 to November 8, and it’s bigger and more delicious than ever. Over 150 restaurants citywide will be celebrating Montréal’s culinary scene with enticing fixed-price menus at $21, $31 and $41.
It’s been said that food tastes more delicious when enjoyed in great company. So whether you’re heading out on a romantic date night or hitting the town as a group, we’ve listed some of the participating establishments that will be ready to accommodate your hunger.
Decca 77 – 1077 Drummond Street
Located in the heart of downtown, Decca 77 welcomes you to experience two different vibes and stylish atmospheres: a posh fine dining room, and a more casual, relaxed brasserie. Both feature menus highlighting contemporary French cuisine prepared with fresh local and seasonal produce. A private dining area boasts a 70-seat capacity and private bar for your group.
Suite 701 – 701 Côte de la Place-d’Armes
Steps from Notre-Dame Basilica in Old Montréal, Suite 701 is one of the city’s most popular meeting places. Its large private dining room is perfect for your squad to enjoy this year’s MTL à TABLE menu before you hit the town or hang back and enjoy the lounge and laid back supper-club-like atmosphere with local resident DJs and a happening cocktail menu to match.
Tapas 24 – 420 Notre-Dame Street West
The Montréal venture of world-renowned Chef Carles Abellan, Tapas 24 is one of the city’s favourite spots to tuck into some awesome Spanish tapas. Its private dining room can accommodate up to 50 of your closest friends and family to explore Spanish-inspired cuisine.
Imadake Izakaya – 4006 Sainte-Catherine Street West
When you’re walking along Sainte-Catherine Street West downtown, the thunderous claps you might hear are hardly weather related. Those sounds come from the patrons of Imadake in the midst of the almost ritualistic process of doing sake bombs! Get ready to enjoy some of the most delicious Japanese pub grub and hot sake on tap in one of Montréal’s most happening izakayas. If you’re looking forward to the MTL à TABLE menu with a group, reserve the private dining room that can seat up to 30 people.
Brasserie Le Pois Penche – 1230 De Maisonneuve Blvd. West
A French gem in the middle of the city, Le Pois Penché eagerly awaits your arrival to discover French specialties and a fantastic raw bar, not to mention a Parisian-inspired menu. Book their warm, inviting and rustic private dining room located next to their wine cellar that stores an extensive selection of over 150 imported French wines.
L’Atelier d’Argentine – 355 Marguerite d’Youville Street
Visit Chef Natalia Machado’s L’Atelier d’Argentine where she and her team offer Argentine asado flavours on the MTL á TABLE menu. Book the chef’s private dining room next to the kitchen for a cosy group of 15 meat lovers.
Su – 5145 Wellington Street
Hit up this Turkish delight on busy Wellington Street in Verdun. Chef Fisun Ercan welcomes you as she prepares some of her signature Turkish- and Mediterranean- inspired dishes for restaurant week. Large communal tables are ideal for accommodating groups.
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