Food and drink in Montréal from February 28 to March 5, 2020

Robyn Fadden

Robyn Fadden is a Montréal-based writer and editor who searches out city secrets, new bands, life-changing art and things to do with her perpetually active kid. Robyn has covered major events for HOUR, MUTEK, ARTINFO, CKUT 90.3FM and more.

From food festivals to incredible restaurants, Montréal serves up something new in food and drink every week.

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Gourmet winter wonders

Indulge in MONTRÉAL EN LUMIÈRE's incredible culinary experiences, including the Air France Finest Tables program with menus by internationally renowned chefs at restaurants throughout Montréal, tastings with wine producers, talks and workshops, and dozens of activities at the Quartier Gourmand in the Maison du Festival from February 20 to March 1. Adjacent to MONTRÉAL EN LUMIÈRE you'll find ciders and food pairings at Le Mondial des cidres SAQ at Complexe Desjardins from February 28 to March 1.

Meanwhile, restaurant event Happening Gourmand in Old Montréal has extended its prix-fixe gourmet brunch options until March 1. Try these five restaurants with amazing chefs for their unique local dishes. From elegant multi-course meals to sensational acclaimed fried chicken, amazing food awaits at these new Montréal restaurants. Or head to Montréal's best bring-your-own-wine restaurants and great casual restaurants.

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Foodie hotspots

If you're downtown, try high-end food at reasonable prices at Time Out Market in Centre Eaton on Sainte-Catherine Street. Another excellent new Montréal food hall, LE CENTRAL - MANGER MONTRÉAL serves up delicious local fare at the corner of Sainte-Catherine Street and Saint-Laurent Boulevard. And Cathcart Restaurants et Biergarten is a skylight-lit space featuring food counters, restaurants, cafés and a biergarten. Also try these other foodie hotspots downtown and these 10 great Montréal lunch spots.

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Cafés, bars and desserts

Warm up with seasonal cocktails and local beer at Montréal's coziest bars and inventive Montréal microbreweries. By day, opt for Montréal tea houses, indie coffee shops and the best hot chocolate in the city – get a pastry to go with it at Montréal's best bakeries and pastry shops. Or sample wonderful chocolate creations at the city's best chocolate shops. Explore more of Montréal and its culinary delights on Montréal's best food tours.

Things to do in Montréal from February 28 to March 5, 2020

Robyn Fadden

Robyn Fadden is a Montréal-based writer and editor who searches out city secrets, new bands, life-changing art and things to do with her perpetually active kid. Robyn has covered major events for HOUR, MUTEK, ARTINFO, CKUT 90.3FM and more.

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