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From now on, you can order and pay remotely with the new “Time Out Market” app, which keeps contact to a minimum. Order your meal wherever you are and if you don’t feel like going there to pick it up, try its new delivery service.
The first phase of the Time Out Market reopening includes six restaurants, five bars, the cooking school as well as the local market.
For now, here is what you can enjoy at Time Out Market.
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Marusan — Ramen and donburi
A cozy Japanese eatery based in the heart of Old Montréal, Marusan has delighted diners for the past two years with its traditional kaiseki-style cuisine that features multiple small dishes. At Time Out Market, chef Tetsuya Shimizu will focus on two other specialities close to his heart: ramen soup and donburi bowls.
© Dominique Lafond
il Miglio — Fresh pasta
il Miglio is an Italian eatery operated by Hubert Marsolais and Claude Pelletier (Le Filet, Club Chasse et Pêche, Le Serpent). At Time Out Market, chef Mélanie Blouin will delight the taste buds with mouth-watering pasta and antipasto dishes.
© Dominique Lafond
Moleskine Restaurant — Pizza
The chef of Moleskine Restaurant, Frédéric St-Aubin, isn’t Italian but he’s clearly a maestro when it comes to the art of pizza. His speciality is a slow-fermented sourdough pasta adorned with local ingredients and cooked in a wood-fire oven.
© Alison Slattery
Romados — Portuguese chicken and pastéis
A local institution for more than two decades, Romados will offer what it does best: succulent Portuguese chicken and flaky pastéis de nata.
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Le Red Tiger — Vietnamese street food
It’s “mission accomplished” for restaurateur Dan Pham and chef Phong Thach, who set out to introduce Montrealers to Vietnamese street food with their restaurant Le Red Tiger. At Time Out Market, they’ll proudly serve classics like pho, papaya salad and various skewers.
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Chef Paul Toussaint — Haitian specialities
Chef Paul Toussaint, formerly of Agrikol, will add a touch of flavour and spice to the market with his appetizing Haitian creations including jerk meat, griot and accra fritters.
© Ateliers et Saveurs
Ateliers & Saveurs — Cooking classes and wine tastings
Cooking classes and wine tastings will be offered at Ateliers & Saveurs, which operates its other branch on Saint-Laurent Boulevard.
© JF Galipeau
Time Out Bar — Cocktails, beer and wine
Time Out Market will also offer an impressive selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Several establishments will serve Québec craft beer, wine and signature cocktails by mixologists from 10 Montréal cocktail bars.
Signé Local — Local fine foods and more
Finally, visitors will have the chance to pick up a few items at Signé Local, which will offer locally sourced food products as well as beauty products, clothes and decorations by local designers.
Sunday to Thursday, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Bars close 1 hour later than restaurants.