Montreal Is Hosting A Huge "Foodie" Festival

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Montreal Is Hosting A Huge "Foodie" Festival

After a summer full of food festivals you may be thinking 'more, really??' Well, Montreal is foodie's paradise so the constant food celebrations are something we can expect to enjoy all year round. 

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Although the amount of food festivals may become lesser after the summer months, the quality definitely doesn't. 

All of you Montreal foodies rejoice because Bord'Elle is hosting a huge foodie party for an amazing cause that's going to blow you away! 

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The Great Gatsby-esque restaurant and bar hosts some insane parties and events and this one is going to be no different. They are located at 390 St Jacques St in Montreal's Old Montreal area. 

To raise money to support the fight against blood cancer, Bord'Elle is going to host a huge foodie brunch on Sunday, October 1st from 11am until 3pm. 

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Tickets to this awesome event cost $60 and include brunch, a cocktail and tons of fun surprises that you'll just have to wait and see. A portion of the proceeds from their ticket sales go towards helping blood cancer research. 

via @bordellemtl

via @bordellemtl

Check out the Facebook event for more information. 

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