Preview of the 2017 Edition of MTLàTABLE
This year marks the sixth edition of MTLàTABLE – Montréal’s Restaurant Week – which will take place November 2-16, 2017. In honour of Montréal’s 375th anniversary, this sixth edition will be 15 days long instead of the usual 11, for a few extra days of delicious fun. Presented by Aeroplan, this year’s edition will celebrate Québec’s terroir by highlighting the province’s wealth of products. The 175 participating restaurants will each offer a three-course, $21, $31 or $41 set-price evening menu which will feature one or several Québec ingredient. You can check out the Québec product directory and browse the items by region on www.mtlatable.com.
MTLàTABLE is a tasty opportunity for all food-lovers to go on a delicious discovery of several Montréal restaurants or revisit favourites at an affordable price. Whether you’re celebrating a romantic anniversary, want to revisit your favourite brunch spot, want to book a family outing or organize a food-centric tour with friends, MTLàTABLE will have something to offer everyone.
Brunches are back!
Montrealers’ favourite weekend activity–brunch!– is back as an integral part of the MTLàTABLE programme for the third year in a row. Participating restaurants will offer a $15 brunch menu giving you the chance to ease into the weekend with tasty egg Benedicts or a stack of crispy waffles. A few restaurants that don’t normally offer weekend brunches will be doing so for MTLàTABLE so you’ll also have the opportunity to discover some unique takes on that all favourite weekend spread.
Every year, MTLàTABLE also offers a slew of gastronomic activities such as neighbourhood food tours, local food tastings, dinner theatre, live music, wine events, Relaix & Châteaux experiences, chocolatey desserts and more. Stay tuned for more details on those soon.
The list of participating restaurant will be revealed on October 3rd, 2017 so keep checking www.mtlatable.com to be among the first people to discover the 175 participating restaurants’ unique menus and book your tables.
oming from out of town? Take the train to get to the heart of Montréal without worrying about traffic. Thanks to VIA Rail, you can spend a relaxing moment on the way to MTLàTABLE, and fully enjoy your culinary experience in the city. Enjoy the ride and the meal!
Mayssam Samaha, blogger
Mayssam Samaha is a food and travel writer and blogger. She travels the world in search of the next culinary discovery. From Iceland to South Africa, she’s already visited over 30 countries and there’s nothing she enjoys more than wandering around a farmers’ market in a foreign city.