Fall is here and with it comes this year’s edition of MTLàTABLE – Montréal’s restaurant week – from October 1 to November 30, 2020. This year’s extended two-month long edition is presented in partnership with Les Vins d’Alsace and with a new format where diners acquire an electronic card to benefit from discounts and special offers.
For this year’s very special “À la carte edition”, a long list of Montréal restaurants will provide special offers in three categories (table d'hôte, starter, dessert) to diners who present the MTLàTABLE card. The card costs $20 and can be purchased electronically through the MTLàTABLE website, starting September 29, 2020. Each card gives access to 10 special offers from 10 participating restaurants for dine-in or take-out, day or night. It also comes with some additional benefits as a loyal supporter of Montréal’s gastronomy.
Additional card benefits
The MTLàTABLE card’s additional benefits include 1000 free BIXI rides, special discounts for culinary tours of Montréal and a VIP access to the next edition of MTLàTABLE (priority reservation and access to the list of restaurants). In addition, the first 1000 people to purchase a card will receive three glasses of Alsace wine when they redeem an offer in a participating restaurant (one per restaurant).
National Bank contest
Keep an eye out for the National Bank contest on the MTLàTABLE website for a chance to win a grand prize that includes a one- night stay in a Premium King room at the downtown Montréal Vogue Hotel, a $200 gift certificate at Perles et Paddock and a guided culinary tour for two offered by Tours de table.
The list of participating restaurants is revealed on September 25, so keep checking the website to be among the first 1000 people to purchase your MTLàTABLE card and to discover the participating restaurants’ unique offers.
Follow MTLàTABLE on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook and don’t forget to use the official event hashtag, #MTLaTABLE, in your tweets and/or Instagram photos.
The MTLàTABLE à la carte edition thanks its different partners, including Les Vins d’Alsace, Banque Nationale, l’Association Restauration Québec and TicTacTix.