Welcome to the main attraction of your long Canada Day weekend, Montreal.
Everyone's reopening just in time for a celebratory summer, and Time Out Market Montréal is joining other Markets that have flung open their doors around the world in Miami, Dubai, Boston, New York and Chicago as of today, Friday, July 2.
Located in the heart of downtown on the upper level of Centre Eaton de Montréal, our 40,000-square-foot food hall made up of top-tier culinary talents curated by Time Out editors is coming out swinging: You'll have a selection of 11 eateries to choose from to start, an all-new live sushi chef pop-up, a reactivated cooking school and a retail shop stocked with Quebec-made goods.
One look at the Market's lineup and you know one trip won't be enough. We're stoked to welcome a bunch of new offerings, including fried biscuit and brioche donuts alongside cups of fresh indie roasts from Tunnel Espressso (opening soon after this reopening weekend); mind-blowing plant-based tacos from chef Christian Ventura's Casa Kaizen; torched oshizushi, fresh sashimi, Japanese street food and more from Le Blossom; Montreal spins on Northern Indian cuisine from the institutional Le Taj; savory waffles with gourmet twists plus sweet crêpes from the chef-driven P'tit Dip; and grilled chicken, hot poutine and sweet natas from the Portuguese hotshot Campo.
They'll all be joined by Paul Toussaint and his Caribbean fare without equal, the juicy patties of Burger T! from chef Normand Laprise, Neapolitan pies of Moleskine, bowls on bowls of ramen and donburi by restaurateur Hideyuki Imaizumi and chef Tetsuya Shimizu at Marusan, fresh pasta and antipasti from the Italian Il Miglio, and the amazingly aromatic and deeply delicious Vietnamese street food of Le Red Tiger.
A party all weekend
As you dig in, don't forget that our opening weekend won't stop until the last drop's served by our three bars and all-new mocktail bar for thirst-quenching concoctions. We've got it all, from cold and frothy pints of beer and wine by the bottle or glass to a new summer cocktail menu from Alambika for 5 à 7s and night caps.
Our opening night (July 2) promises to be a blast with upbeat vibes all around, thanks to Montreal rapper Hua Li, who will be DJing all evening as we reignite our cultural programming with a pop-up gallery from Sandrine Ap! If you miss out on that, Saturday, July 3 has just as much going on with live jazz in the day from noon to 3pm, and the Brazilian rhythms of Tupi Collective from 6 to 10pm. Don't go thinking that Sunday, July 4 is to be missed, though; we've got the Montreal jazz trio Max Marlowe Music doing original and classic compositions to class up the place from noon to 3pm.
That's just the start: Come on out and start reclaiming summer in the city with us!
We’ll see you soon at Time Out Market Montréal, now open at 705 Sainte-Catherine Street West.
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