The 5th edition of Mtl à Table is taking place in 150 restaurants across Montreal, from November 3rd to 13th, 2016. This is a perfect opportunity for Montrealers and visitors alike to return to ol’ favourites and discover new restaurants.
The restaurants will be offering set menus at either 21$, 31$, or 41$, all with the option of also enjoying wine pairings, in collaboration with Vins du Languedoc. Some restaurants will also be offering a brunch option at 15$ and late-night menus at 21$. This year, there are a number of activities taking place in accordance with Mtl à Table, including tasting tours, discounts for dinner and movie or dinner and museum options.
And, for those who love the nectar of the Gods, there is La Grande Dégustation de Montreal. This event is presented by the SAQ at Place Bonaventure from November 3rd to 5th, 2016. This is an event that brings together wine producers, brewers and distillers, allowing patrons to discover new spirits and wines on the market, as well as tasting lasting favourites.
What makes Mtl à Table so great? It’s an occasion to discover why Montreal is one of the top cities in the food world. Our chefs are creative and not afraid of ingredients and Mtl à Table is a perfect way to showcase these talents.
For the complete list of participating restaurants. Click HERE. Some of our favourites will be there like Buonanotte, Estiatorio Milos, Le Valois, Fiorellino and so many more. So what are you waiting for, start making your reservations now!
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