MTL à TABLE – Montreal’s Restaurant Week

In the popular tradition of top food destinations around the world, Montreal’s Restaurant Week serves up delectable menus at fixed prices in a variety of restaurants throughout the city: 3 courses – 3 prices. From chic five-star restaurants to cozy little bistros and “Bring Your Own Wine” eateries, there’s something to inspire every craving and palate.

Montreal’s fall food event
– 150 restaurants participating in the fifth edition of MTL à TABLE
This event gives Montrealers and tourists the chance to discover some of the city’s finest cuisine and the chefs whose creativity puts Montreal on the map among foodies worldwide. From November 3 to 13, participating restaurants will offer fixed-price set menus ($15 for brunch; $21/$31/$41 for dinner and $21 for late-night meals) in 150 restaurants across the city. Presented by Vins du Languedoc, the event will also promote wine pairings to complement meals. Members of the public will even have the chance to meet innovative winegrowers and sommeliers from Vins du Languedoc, who will be holding free tasting sessions. The 2016 edition of this week-long gastronomic celebration will also include a number of mouth-watering activities.
For the full scoop or to reserve your table, go to www.mtlatable.com

Tasting tours
Tourists and locals alike are cordially invited to rediscover Montreal’s history and culinary roots through various guided tours.
Gluttonous guides will serve up savoury stories about Montreal’s past on a number of different routes.

The Local Montreal Food Tours guided excursion through Old Montreal includes a local craft beer tasting and stops at several historical landmarks. VDM Global takes you on tours of Quartier des spectacles or the St Henri/Little Burgundy hood. Both tours include a historical walk through the different areas served with a side of food and a glass of Languedoc wine. You can also visit Ahuntsic–a neighbourhood that has become a foodie destination over the past few years– aboard the giant Vélo Festif Montréal bike. And finally, Spade & Palacio are offering a “beyond the market” tour, which includes hand-crafted sausages and microbrewery beers, among other delights.

You can book a spot on any of these tours right away.

Culture and flavour
Patrons with an appetite for culture will enjoy discounted rates at several major Montreal attractions. Options include dinner-movie or dinner-museum deals. More information on these events is available here.

Wine events
Wine enthusiasts will have their curiosity quenched at a number of vinicultural events presented by the SAQ. Connoisseurs and amateurs can meet over 200 several world-renowned producers at La Grand dégustation de Montréal, peruse unique local Quebec libations at la Fête des vins du Québec or taste some of the 2000 wines at the Salon des vins de l’importation privée (RASPIPAV).

Share the fun and your favourite finds using the #MTLàTABLE hashtag.

For more information about MTLàTABLE, go to www.mtlatable.com

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