Twenty Montreal restaurant owners join forces to launch Mtl Drink & Eat!
The event's first edition takes Montreal by storm on March 26th
The Montreal dining scene, known around the world for its numerous quality establishments, is bursting with bars with a restaurant feel (and restaurants with a bar feel!) where patrons can enjoy snacks, tapas and even main courses with their favourite libations. Twenty restaurateurs intend to fully celebrate this during Mtl Drink & Eat, which will take place from Thursday, March 26 to Saturday, April 4.
“Times are tough, but restaurateurs are tougher—especially when they join forces to showcase their skills. A collaborative effort like Mtl Drink & Eat is a show of solidarity of which we are exceedingly proud to be a part,” said François Forest, one of the event’s organizers.
For the festival’s first edition, these establishments are each offering three food and drink pairings that are sure to bring epicureans to their side of the table. That’s 60 food and drink combinations to enjoy during the whole festival! As of March 9, savvy gourmets can purchase tickets on the Mtl Drink & Eat website or through Vie Urbaine for just $15, and enjoy one of the three drink + dish pairings offered in each participating establishment. Tickets can also be purchased at the door for $19. No, no, no, and no, I didn't make a mistake and yes, yes, yes, and yes you read well only 15 $ for a meal and a drink! It would be crazy to miss that, right!?! Now it's our turn to show our solidarity to the Mtl scene.
Participating establishments: Apt. 200 - Baron Samedi - Barraca rhumerie & tapas - Drinkerie Ste-Cunégonde - Fitzroy - La Flèche - Grenade - Helm brasseur gourmand - Henri Saint-Henri - Huis Clos- Lorbeer - Mimi la Nuit - Monsieur Smith - Notkins - Quai no.4 - Rachel Rachel - Shinji Bar - Suwu - Taverne Normand - Taverne Saint-Sacrement