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Time Out Market Montréal Welcomes Back Guests on Friday, July 2nd

Time Out Market, the World’s Best Food Hall and the First Based Wholly on Editorial Curation Reopens Montreal Market in Centre Eaton de Montréal

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Time Out Market Montréal, the city's premier culinary and cultural hub, located in the heart of downtown Montreal (Centre Eaton de Montréal, 705 Saint-Catherine St. West), announced today that it will reopen its doors and welcome back guests on Friday, July 2, 2021. Home to some of Montreal’s most celebrated chefs, the market is proud to offer a curated showcase of delicious local cuisine, craft cocktails and cultural experiences that capture the soul of the city. 

“We have worked closely with renowned local chefs, artists and mixologists to bring the heart and soul of Montreal to life,” said Didier Souillat, CEO Time Out Market, “We are pleased to offer guests an immersive and engaging way to enjoy the authentic flavor and variety of the city, at a time when consumers are looking forward to in-person experiences again.”

Spanning 40,000 square feet, Time Out Market Montréal showcases the authentic flavor and creativity of the city. From morning to night, guests can experience the market’s 11 eateries, pop-up kitchen, three bars, a cooking academy and a retail shop. As the centrepiece of Centre Eaton de Montréal, located on the historic Sainte-Catherine Street—a major downtown destination owned and managed by global real estate leader Ivanhoé Cambridge—Time Out Market offers guests the very best of the city under one roof, creating a dynamic destination to take in food and fun all summer long.

Featuring  local cultural entertainment and a lineup of star-studded Montreal chefs and restaurateurs, the market will continue to add additional concepts in the coming months. Time Out Market Montréal’s new and returning culinary favourites include:

(New)

  • Tunnel Espresso, The perfect pairing of coffee and donuts gets upgraded with impeccably pulled shots and brilliant brews sourced directly from the Canadian Roasting Society, a central hub for Montreal’s indie coffee roasting scene, served alongside gobsmackingly good fried brioche and biscuit doughnuts you won’t find anywhere else in the city.
  • Le Blossom, A favourite from  Montreal’s Village neighbourhood, Le Blossom is bringing a greatest-hits selection of Japanese plates from their menu. They’ll serve  pressed and torched oshizushi, fresh sashimi and savory maki, loaded-to-burst poke bowls and Japanese yatai-style street food out of the Market’s demonstration kitchen. 
  • Le Taj, One of the city’s premiere destinations for Indian fine dining, this institution is joining Time Out Market to serve dishes such as airy naan swiped with butter with irresistibly creamy butter chicken, a beloved tandoor-roasted kebab, and Delhi-style biryani. An essential restaurant for a local experience, each taste here, delivers mouthwatering diasporic takes on Northern Indian cuisine. 
  • P’tit Dip, An experimental fusion of food that Montrealers love from chef Aaron Langille, of the famed Mile-Ex restaurant Le Diplomate. For its launch, P’tit Dip will offer a menu of sweet crêpes and gourmet savoury waffles that play with the classic flavours of dishes like steak-frites or cornbread served with fatty slices of BBQ pork belly. With a fun approach and endearingly familiar taste, Langille’s P’tit Dip will excite with every bite.  
  • Campo, Since 2016, the Ferreira family’s Portuguese chicken joint, Campo, has been a Montreal favourite. A fine-tuned churrascaria consistently delivering quality time and time again, their local sourcing of grain-fed birds that are marinated for 24 hours in a piri-piri sauce firmly sets a bar for casual dining downtown - as well as one of the city’s best Portuguese chicken destinations.
  • Casa Kaizen, Chef Christian Ventura is  a pioneer of plant-based cuisine in Montreal since he first turned heads with his first restaurant Sushi Momo. Now with Casa Kaizen joining the market, menu favourites like nori tostada with konjac-based ‘no-tuna’, crispy flautas served with black garlic cashew cream, and tacos made with ‘calamari’ mushrooms are all directly available. Explore Ventura’s  game-changing vegan eats — they're sure to turn any skeptic into a believer.

(Returning)

  • Marusan, chef Hideyuki Imaizumi is serving up non-stop umami with his bold takes on traditional Japanese cuisine, with recipes for savory ramen and donburi unique to the city.
  • Le Red Tiger, Since opening in 2015, Le Red Tiger has been consistently surprising Montrealers with its traditional dishes, convivial atmosphere and simple yet flavourful menu inspired by the street cuisine of Southern Vietnam. Chef Phong Thach is bringing the fun, excitement and most importantly the richly aromatic flavours of Southeast Asia back to Time Out Market Montréal.
  • Paul Toussaint, Dedicated to Haiti’s rich culinary and cultural heritage and his Carribean fare, Chef Paul Toussaint will be returning to the Market to continue serving hearty and spicy Haitian cuisine. Diners will be able to embark on a voyage with a menu featuring his crackling griot with piquant pikliz, accra fritters or fall-off-the-bone pineapple-and-rum ribs. 
  • Burger T!, No celebration of local cuisine will ever be complete in Montreal without the innovative work of Chef Normand Laprise. With his savoury burgers being widely considered amongst the best in the city, the World-renowned, local culinary giant brings his ingenious touch to Time Out Market Montréal with Burger T.
  • Il Miglio, Led by Chefs Claude Pelletier and Mélanie Blouin, the local fan-favourite beloved for its exquisite Italian cuisine, fresh antipasti and some of the city’s best pasta, is coming back to Time Out Market to offer beautifully simple, flavorful and mouth-watering Italian dishes like Veal meatballs, basil & tomato sauce or Campanelle mushrooms, truffle oil, jus.
  • Moleskine, Fans of authentic Italian dining - rejoice. Made with delicious fresh ingredients such as their specialty house sausage, stracciatella di bufala and fior di latte cheese, and boundless olive oil and tomato sauce, chef Fred St-Aubin will be returning to Time Out Market to offer up some of the best Neapolitan-style pizza this city has to offer.
  • Ateliers & Saveurs, A cooking school like no other. The first of its kind in North America, guests at Ateliers & Saveurs at Time Out Market will get to experience workshops given by passionate and seasoned professionals, eager to share their years of experience. Classes offered include: cooking workshops, mixology classes, and wine tastings all in the same venue.
  • Signé Local, Founded to promote responsible consumption and buying locally, Signé Local is a store that offers a wide selection of quality products made by Québec artisans and entrepreneurs - where visitors are able to discover high-quality products made locally, such as local food items, decorative objects, clothing, beauty products and much more.

Complementing the food are Time Out Market Montréal’s full-service bars, serving a wide variety of non-alcoholic drinks as well as beer, wine and spirits. The market also features a variety of seasonal craft cocktails made with local spirits and a selection of local craft beers and wines. 

Time Out Market Montréal continues to prioritize health and safety to ensure guests have an enjoyable and safe dining experience. The recently launched Time Out Market app (via App Store or Google Play), makes contactless ordering a breeze, allowing guests to pre-order food and drinks with a text message for pick up. Additional enhanced measures include advanced technology air circulation, social-distancing table partitions, plexiglass shields at counters, additional cleaning crews and personal protective equipment for staff. 

More information about Time Out Market Montréal’s vendors, bars and hours of operation can be found at www.timeoutmarket.com/montreal.

New hours of operation are: 

Monday - Thursday  12pm - 9pm

Friday & Saturday 12pm - 10pm

Sunday 12pm - 7pm

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