Nothing matters more to us than a happy and healthy Montreal. That’s why we’ve changed our logo, why we’re shifting our editorial coverage of the city we know and love to spending Time In, and most of all: We are temporarily closing Time Out Market Montréal.
We’ve all got to do our part to limit the spread of coronavirus, and that includes both the local editors of Time Out and Time Out Market Montréal. Following the announced cancellations, closures and postponements that have been happening throughout the city, the market will be closing temporarily on the morning of March 17 to fully support the local and global efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19.
From our market’s staff to hungry Montrealers and each and every chef and cook that keep us happily fed, everyone’s safety is too important for us to not be cautious. We’ll be closing up dinner service today on Monday, March 16 and will be the first to tell you when we will resume service again.
“These are unprecedented times and nothing matters more than the health and safety of our guests, teams, concessionaires and the local community as a whole. We have decided to temporarily close as it is our responsibility to do our part to protect everybody - we are looking forward to reopening when it is safe and to once again welcome guests to Time Out Market,” says Didier Souillat, the CEO of Time Out Market. “We would like to encourage everyone to support those local businesses that are able to remain open, in particular the venues of our Time Out Market chefs and restaurateurs which are amongst the best of the city. Many offer home deliveries and gift cards - now is the time to support them.
On that note: Time Out Market Montréal is home to 16 spectacular eateries, all of whom we recommend you support during these uncertain times. Order delivery or take-out from Dalla Rose, Il Miglio, Romados, Foodchain, Grumman ’78, Olive et Gourmando, Hof Kelsten, Marusan, Le Red Tiger, Club Chasse et Pêche, Brasserie T! and Foxy (please note that Montréal Plaza, chef Paul Toussaint and Moleskine are temporarily closed). Buy gift cards or cookbooks from our city’s chefs, or just send them messages on social media telling them how much you can’t wait to eat their cooking again. Us editors know we’ll be doing all of the above until the current situation ends.
We look forward to dining with you again soon, Montreal.