Festival YUL EAT is the destination of choice for epicureans, gourmets and culinary creativity enthusiasts. It offers a spectacular setting for discovering as well as enjoying food and alcohol prepared by local talents, highlighting Montreal as a gastronomical epicentre. Building on its success while showcasing the city as a major player on the scene, the festival invites patrons to connect with the chefs and artisans, pushing the refined experience to a unique level. Festival YUL EAT is proud to celebrate 6 years of bringing fans of the culinary arts and local cuisine together, presenting a new concept that will delight food lovers.

  • The Parcours Gourmand – Grand Tasting experience and its culinary demonstrations are offered during three time slots: Friday, September 13 from 6:30 pm to 11 pm, Saturday, September 14 from noon to 4:30 pm and from 6:30 pm to 11 pm
  • The YUL EAT Masterclasses are presented in the evening located in various restaurants of the city from Monday, September 9 to Thursday, September. Arrive 15 minutes before the start of each masterclass.
  • A Taste of the Future will take place at the Foodlab of the Société des arts technologiques (SAT) on Wednesday, September 11 from 6:30 to 10pm.
  • ¡Destinación México! A celebration of Mexican cuisine and music, will take place on Thursday, September 12 at the Société des arts technologiques, from 6:30 pm until midnight.
  • The outdoor site, located at Parterre of Quartier des spectacles, will be open from Friday, September 13 at noon to Sunday, September 15 at 11 pm. Free admission includes access to the General Store and culinary demonstrations. Several bars and a temporary restaurant (The Smokehouse) will offer a paying menu.

Friday, September 13 and Saturday, September 14, from noon until 11PM
Sunday, September 15, from noon until 8PM
Le Parterre – Quartier des spectacles, Montreal

Outdoor activities are moving to the Parterre du Quartier des spectacles. You will find the Breville Lab, our General Store, the Ford Smokehouse (our pop-up restaurant), Chope-Chope (beers from Brasseur de Montréal and Creemore Springs), Tchin-Tchin (wine) and Shake-Shake (cocktails) bars, our Family Corner and much more!

For more information visit: www.festivalyuleat.com