LE CENTRAL - MANGER MONTRÉAL
Where: On the corner of Saint-Laurent Boulevard and Sainte-Catherine Street, downtown Montréal.
Participating restaurants: Kaviar, Chom Chom, Trou de Beigne, Le West Shefford, La République démocratique du jambon, Chez Milo & Fine, Gaspésie Camion Gourmand, Ramen Misoya, Ho Lee Chix, Bab Kech, Pintxo, Ragù, Mignonette, Mignon Churros & Nougat, Morso, Le Super Qualité, Le Gras Dur, Kamé, Heirloom, Émilia cantine portugaise, and Bonita's
LE CENTRAL - MANGER MONTRÉAL is located in the heart of the Quartier des spectacles, on the corner of two of Montréal’s most iconic streets, Sainte-Catherine and Saint-Laurent. Le Central counts about twenty restaurants reflecting Montréal’s “creativity and diversity”. The concept here is to be a “gourmet festival all year long” with a diverse food offer accompanied by great craft beer, natural wine and cocktails. In fact, each restaurant has created a beer, wine or cocktail pairing with their food. All this comes in a festive ambiance inspired by street food and an ever-changing daily soundtrack.
Le Cathcart Restaurants et Biergarten
Where: Place Ville Marie, downtown Montréal.
Participating restaurants: Otto, Arthurs Nosh Bar, Tulum Taqueria, Hà, Pizza Del Fornaio, Café Véloce, Karma Poké, Dirty Greens, Chikin, Omnivore, Patzzi, Burgers + Frites, and a bar and biergarten.
Sid Lee Architecture has transformed Place Ville Marie’s basement into a stunning food hall complete with an enormous glass ceiling open to its Esplanade above and the sky beyond. The glass atrium is adorned with plants and trees and has the ambiance of an open-air piazza rather than a basement food court. Street food stands, sit-down restaurants, a biergarten and a café call Le Cathcart Restaurants et Biergarten home. This food hall is a great green oasis escape no matter what the weather is like outside.
Time Out Market
Where: Eaton Centre, second floor, downtown Montréal.
Participating restaurants: Burger T!, Le Red Tiger, Moleskine, Il Miglio, Campo, America’s BBQ, Chanthy Yen, Paul Toussaint, Mezzmiz, Le Taj, Le Blossom, Tunnel Espresso, Bossa, Marusan and Ibéricos.
Time Out Market Montréal also counts a beer bar, a wine bar, a milk bar and a soda bar as well as the Ateliers et Saveurs cooking school.
Time Out Market Montréal follows in the footsteps of Time Out Markets in Lisbon, Miami, New York, Boston and Chicago. It combines fine dining cuisine with a fast-food hall delivery. Diners sit at long, communal tables and enjoy the cuisines of about fifteen of Montréal’s most renowned chefs. Time Out Magazine’s editors and writers handpicked the participating restaurants, which include some exclusive and unique to Montréal chef-led food stands. The market also features DJs, live music, and cultural happenings.