On Thursday, October 1, Montreal will see a new wave of closures. Bars will shutter their doors and Montreal restaurants will only be available for takeout and delivery.\nTo thank customers for their support during these trying times and as a sort of "see you later," the Experience Old Montreal group of restaurants will be offering 25% off their takeout menus on Wednesday, September 30.\nEditor's Choice: A Special Costco Warehouse Just Opened Near Montreal\n\n \n\n View this post on Instagram Encouragez vos restaurants favoris avant la fermeture des salles à manger ce jeudi. 25% DE RABAIS sur tous nos plats, vins, et cocktails pour aider à descendre nos inventaires, pour ce soir et demain! Merci de votre support! - Help support your favourite restaurants before dining rooms close this Thursday. 25% OFF on all our menu, wines and cocktails for tonight and tomorrow to help reduce our inventory! Thank you for support! . . . #mtlresto #montrealview #montrealrestaurant #mtlfoodies #mtlfoodie #exploremtl #mtl #eatonmtl #mtlreopening #mtlterrasses #oldportmtl #mtlfood #mtlresto #foodiemtl #vieuxmtl A post shared by Expérience Vieux Montréal (@expoldmtl) on Sep 29, 2020 at 11:30am PDT\n\n\n\n\nRestaurants included are Maggie Oakes, Jacopo, Verses Bistro, Nelli Café Vin, Modavie, Bevo, Brasserie 701, Méchant Boeuf Taverne Gaspar, Terrasse William Gray and Vieux-Port Steakhouse.\nThe offer presents a great way to support local restaurants while maintaining safe practices in light of the government's latest health recommendations. \nEach restaurant will close its dining room from October 1 until October 28. \nNelli Café Vin, Bevo, Maggie Oakes and Kyo will be offering both takeout and delivery throughout October.\nMore novel takeout concepts are sure to arise in the coming month as restaurants once again pivot to respond to their new restrictions. \nThe first wave gave rise to taco stands, a food truck picnic area, and more options for to-go boxes. The challenge this time will be to adapt to the cooling weather.