The eatery is inspired by the chicken from California and Nashville, which means it's bringing a little bit of spice to Laval.
The chicken and waffles are not the only "must-try" on the menu. They also cook up delicious poutines, sandwiches tacos and even breakfast sandwiches that are served all day long.
Levon Keyork, the owner of the establishment, is also the mastermind behind the popular Laval restaurant Mantì.
A representative of the restaurant told MTL Blog that the name of the establishment was "inspired by the word Calìente, because what's better than some spicy fried chicken?"
Calì will be serving food out of Mantì for the time being and a physical location will open in June 2021. "Levon will use this method to successfully launch his concept during this pandemic time," said Vanessa Triassi, a member of the marketing team.
If you're dying to try this spicy fried chicken combined with sweet waffles, you can order for pick up or place your order via UberEats.
Address: 2204, boul. Curé-Labelle, Laval, QC
Why You Need To Go: To bite into some of the tastiest fried chicken and waffles around!
Not only will there be a food truck serving some of the eatery's delicious dishes but there will be a ton of things to discover every Saturday and Sunday from now until December 20, from 12 p.m. until 9 p.m.
This market will follow all COVID-19 regulations and will allow you to get out of your house and enjoy a holiday celebration filled with a ton of local goodies to be discovered and Christmas fun to be had.
Lucille's General Manager, Cayleigh Starr, told MTL Blog: "We were waiting to find out if we would be able to re-open our dining rooms for the holidays, so as soon as we found out that we wouldn't be open, we knew exactly what we wanted to do!"
Included in the market will be a slew of local products that have been "carefully selected by Lucille's team." This includes oysters from Île-de-la-Madeleine, snow crab from Gaspésie, foie gras from Lac-Brome, Maple syrup from St. Leon, and Marco sodas.
There will also be ready-made meals, fine wines and champagnes and even a butcher's counter, among other things.
For those of you who aren't into wrapping gifts, Lucille's will also offer a gift-wrapping service, so that "customers can select their own items to create a personalized gift box, or leave with the boxes already carefully assembled by Lucille's team."
Lucille's Christmas Market
When: Every weekend until December 20 from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m.