Le Cathcart, Montreal's newest food hall, is finally open for business!\nInside you'll find restaurants, cafés and a Biergarten - what more could you ask for?\nRead more about it below!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nLooking for somewhere new to have lunch downtown today? You're in luck, the newest Montreal gourmet food court or food hall as they like to be called, Le Cathcart Restaurants et Biergarten, is officially opening its doors to the public today at its Place Ville Marie (PVM) location. I hope you're hungry.\nLe Cathcart offers three full-service restaurants, nine kiosk restaurants, and two cafes from some of the biggest names in the Montreal restaurant scene. It is also fully licensed.\nForget any notions one might have of what a mall food court consists of, this is gastronomic dining in a beautiful setting with a noticeable lack of fast and crappy food or dark and basement feel.\nThe main selling point is the Biergarten located under a giant 7,000 square foot glass pavilion that sits at the center of Le Cathcart. Surrounded by plants and bathed in light, this indoor garden also serves up craft brews, privately imported wines, and cocktails designed by a mixologist. Possibly reviving the three-martini lunch.\nWe were lucky enough to get a first look and first taste of Le Cathcart last week and it's definitely worth a visit whether you're in the mood to eat, drink, or get a little sun indoors.\nThe whole space was really designed with lingering in mind.\nNot only is the food worthy of taking your time to enjoy, and the drinks high-end enough to make it a perfect 5 à 7 option, Le Cathcart will also include conferences, culinary experiences, and musical, artistic and design performances.\nView this post on Instagram Lumière! Le Biergarten, jardin intérieur du Cathcart, se dévoile en plein coeur du centre-ville ce jeudi 23 janvier sous l'imposant Pavillon de verre PVM. A post shared by Le Cathcart (@lecathcart) on Jan 19, 2020 at 8:54am PST\nTonight at 5 p.m. will be its first collaboration with Îlot 84, the group behind AREA 5-7 formulas (like Aire Commune), just another reason to check out the space today.\nIf you want to try out one of the full services restaurants, check out Mirabel Brasserie (led by ex-Joe Beef chef Nicholas Giambattisto), the Japanese canteen Akio (led by Antonio Park and Jatoba's Olivier Vigneault) or Pizza Del Fornaio (Federico Bianchi of Bottega Pizzeria).\nCourtesy of Le Cathcart\nThe list of kiosk restaurants is just as impressive with Dirty Greens, Uniburger, Omnivore, Mon Nan, HÀ, Tulum Taqueria, and Karma Poke all taking up residence in the food hall.\nAnd a special shoutout to Chikin (Korean fried chicken), and Patzzi (gourmet Italian sandwiches) - who are newcomers to the Montreal scene but quite possibly my favourites.\nCourtesy of Le Cathcart\nLe Cathcart Restaurants & Biergarten Official Opening\nWhen: January 23, 2020\nMonday to Wednesday from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.Thursday to Saturday from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.Sunday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.\nWhere: 1 Place Ville Marie\nFor more information, head to Le Cathcart's website!