Montréal’s restaurant week or “MTL à TABLE” is a great opportunity to check out different restaurants around the city to try delicious culinary creations for sometimes a fraction of the regular price. If you’re dining out as a family, it’s probably safe to say that half the battle is not finding a place to go, but a place where everyone will be happy with. Here are a few restaurants to check out during restaurant week that will satisfy gastronomes of all ages.
Mesón – 345 Villeray
Close your eyes and take a gastronomic trip to the Iberian peninsula of Spain at Mesón. Gather the gang and relax at this warm and casual neighbourhood bistro specializing in Spanish-inspired comfort food. Incorporating market-fresh produce in their dishes, with a great selection of Spanish wines and cocktails to pair, Mesón will be definitely a unique experience during the 2015 MTL à TABLE.
Café Griffintown – 1378 Notre-Dame Street West
Located in one of the city’s most colourful and eclectic neighbourhoods- Griffintown – Café Griffintown invites you to discover their Franco-American cuisine inspired bistro-pub menu. A live Jazz band on weekends often tops off the laid back atmosphere of charming bricked walls and casual space. This spot is a perfect option for a family dinner during restaurant week!
Saiko Bistrot Izakaya – 1065 Beaver Hall Hill
Saiko Izakaya is a fun spot that is a combination of Japanese sushi house and bistro. Chefs Yusa-san and Shin Ichi-san invite you to sample some of their delectable Japanese dishes that will surely satisfy discriminating palates of all ages. Located in the financial district and a 5-minute walk to the Old Port, Saiko is a great spot to enjoy some dishes of the East during this year’s restaurant week.
Labarake – 3165 Rachel Street
Off the beaten path, Labarake is located in the historic Angus Shops Firehouse in the Rosemont borough. This family friendly neighbourhood restaurant is popular with locals for their Quebecois-inspired comfort food. Labarake has a great casual atmosphere to enjoy with the family during MTL à TABLE. Parking lot available as well!
Nini Meatball House – 1752 Notre-Dame Street West
Who doesn’t love a meatball? Nini Meatball house has a menu of meatballs that pleases all palates; from carnivores to vegans and vegetarians! Stop by this spot during your stroll along the hip and trendy Notre-Dame Street in the up and coming neighbourhood of Saint-Henri. They’ve got something that will satisfy even the pickiest of eaters, from people who are gluten-free or prefer pork-free dishes and even those who prefer their meatballs in a sandwich.
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