Where The Glitz of Old Hollywood Meets The Elegance of Art Deco
Montreal, January 13th, 2015 – Stevie B. Hamron and Brahms Yaiche's brand new project, the restaurant Harlow, is located directly on the magnificent and timeless Place Jacques-Cartier, situated in the heart of Old Montreal. This new establishment, inspired by actress Jean Harlow, combines elements of 1930’s Old Hollywood glamour and art deco, creating a unique fine dining experience.
THE MASTERMIND’S BEHIND HARLOW
Stevie B. Hamron, co-founder of Don’t Tell My Booker and founder of the renowned Time Supper Club (early 2000’s), has more than 15 years experience in the creation and management of projects involving art, music, and fine food.
With Harlow, Stevie B. and his partner Brahms were, first and foremost, committed to creating a place that would be both sophisticated and accessible. "We wanted Montrealers to reconnect with one of the most beautiful, but too often neglected, sectors of their city: Place Jacques-Cartier. We also wanted to offer the numerous tourists a quality address", explains Stevie B.
AN INSIDE LOOK AT HARLOW’S CUISINE
Harlow’s menu draws upon elements of Nouveau American cuisine, with a touch of the greatest French classics. Having worked in Toronto (Didier Leroy, Scaramouche, Canoe) and in Montreal (Au pied de Cochon, Hôtel Gault), Chef Jason Bivall has created a menu, using the freshest Quebec products that will push the limits of contemporary fine dining in Montreal.
The establishment's décor and atmosphere is inspired by the art deco movement of the 1930s and '40s. The restaurant has a 4- « layered effect » : a dining room, bar, living room, and terrace (during spring and summer). Designer Philip Hazan (Nora Gray) 's goal was to design a luxurious space with a touch of modernity, ornamentation and austerity. This address exudes sex appeal and its bar is a study in
• Hours of Operation: Wednesday to Saturday at 6pm
• Unveiling of the terrace and lunch beginning in the spring
• On-site DJ Thursday and Saturday
438, Place Jacques-Cartier, Montréal (QC), H2Y 3B3 - 514 396-3330
Photography by : Patricia Brochu