Tag Archives: Montreal

Obama’s Dinner Date With Trudeau Involved Lobster and Strawberries

Source: Grub Street NY

Former president Barack Obama and Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau met for a casual private dinner last night in Trudeau’s hometown of Montreal, as you’re no doubt aware if you’ve glanced at Twitter today:

The meal practically oozed with bromance: It was at Liverpool House, the seaside-cottage-themed sister …

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A Restaurant Owner Wants to Build a Chain Specifically for People With Food Allergies

Source: Grub Street NY

For people with life-threatening food allergies, going to restaurants can be like navigating a minefield. That’s not the case at the Montreal restaurant Zero8, where the menu is entirely free of the eight most common, potentially fatal food allergens: gluten, dairy, eggs, fish or shellfish, soy, …

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The Gravy Train: Coeur Reviewed

Source: Philadelphia Magazine » Foobooz

The bar and vintage Admiral TV at Coeur | Photo by Emily Teel

The bar at Coeur | Photo by Emily Teel

The first time I went to Coeur, there was no poutine on the menu, and I was pissed. I mean, this place—opened in September by Brendan Hartranft and Leigh Maida, who also run the decidedly non-Canadian Local 44, Strangelove’s and Memphis Taproom—was supposed to be a Montreal-inspired gastropub, and I’m pretty sure there’s a law that says if you name-check Montreal anywhere in the description of your restaurant, you have to have poutine.

Hell, even the faintest whiff of Canadian-ness in your restaurant (a maple tree growing within sight of ...

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M. Wells Watch: Among those "friends and associates" who…

Source: Eater NY

mwells-mont.jpgAmong those “friends and associates” who turned out for the opening night of M. Wells Steakhouse were quite a few of Montreal’s culinary elite. One of them, chef John Bil of Ship to Shore, came down to help open the restaurant, and tells Eater Montreal that in doing so “[we] almost killed ourselves with work.” [~EM~]

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Gala Announcements: Say Hello to Eater Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver

Source: Eater DC

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It’s a pleasure to announce the debut of our first ever international editions of Eater. Please say hello to Eater Montreal, Eater Toronto, and Eater Vancouver, now covering all the ins and outs of the Canadian restaurant universe. They join the growing family of Eater websites, now on the ground in 27 markets in North America.

These three sites will, of course, serve as the go-to spots for extensive coverage of the restaurant, nightlife, and bar scenes of their respective cities. They are run by highly talented local writers and restaurant obsessives. Ian Harrison (ian@eater.com) ...

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Gala Announcements: Say Hello to Eater Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver

Source: Eater Philly

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It’s a pleasure to announce the debut of our first ever international editions of Eater. Please say hello to Eater Montreal, Eater Toronto, and Eater Vancouver, now covering all the ins and outs of the Canadian restaurant universe. They join the growing family of Eater websites, now on the ground in 27 markets in North America.

These three sites will, of course, serve as the go-to spots for extensive coverage of the restaurant, nightlife, and bar scenes of their respective cities. They are run by highly talented local writers and restaurant obsessives. Ian Harrison (ian@eater.com) ...

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Gala Announcements: Say Hello to Eater Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver

Source: Eater NY

eater-canada-eh.jpg

It’s a pleasure to announce the debut of our first ever international editions of Eater. Please say hello to Eater Montreal, Eater Toronto, and Eater Vancouver, now covering all the ins and outs of the Canadian restaurant universe. They join the growing family of Eater websites, now on the ground in 27 markets in North America.

These three sites will, of course, serve as the go-to spots for extensive coverage of the restaurant, nightlife, and bar scenes of their respective cities. They are run by highly talented local writers and restaurant obsessives. Ian Harrison (ian@eater.com) ...

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