Travelling all the way to 1310, boulevard de Maisonneuve Est to get a taste of Le Passé Composé's delicious brunch menu can be a hassle if you live closer to the centre of downtown Montreal, but it won't be long before that problem is fixed!
Starting Thursday, September 30, Passé Composé will officially be joining Time Out Market Montreal.
A press release informed us that "Guests can expect all-day breakfast options seven days a week, including sweet and savoury tartines, Montreal bagels with gravlax, French toast fries, and their signature eggs Benedict topped with foie gras on brioche bread."
So, soon all you'll have to do is make your way to the Eaton Centre to try out Le Passé Composé's decadent menu.
Le Passé Composé At Time Out Market Montreal
Address: 705, rue Sainte-Catherine O., Montreal, QC
From now until the end of September, you can participate in this new Montreal food event and try four gourmet dishes for only $20 at any of the participating restaurants.
It's called "La Tournée Gourmande" and it's taking place for the first time at Time Out Market Montreal, where dozen of chefs' cooking will be featured.
The event will take place from September 19 at noon until September 26 at 6 p.m. The idea is simple: you buy a $20 ticket that gives you access to four $5 menus of your choice created especially for the occasion by the local restaurateurs.
It's important to note that these tickets are only available during the week of festivities in the food court, which includes restaurants such as Blossom, Tunnel Espresso, Red Tiger, Burger T, and many others.
You'll find everything from quick bites to more sophisticated dishes during this mini food fest. There will be lattes with little donuts, small bowls of ramen noodles, Tonkinese soups, tartar, and more.
Montreal's Mile End skatepark is set to host a huge nighttime block party this September as part of MAPP_MTL's sixth edition.
The event, billed as "Montreal's projection mapping festival," is a celebration of digital art. The block party will feature monumental digital creations cast on the surrounding buildings, illuminating the skatepark as electronic music plays.
Local restaurant Nakamichi will be serving Japanese fried chicken and pastries over the course of the electric event.
In a press release, MAPP_MTL says there will also be a "small shopping area" showcasing local businesses.
Digital artworks will include work by artist Delphine Dussoubs (Dalkhafine) and minute-long projections by artists from Quebec and around the world, as well as what the festival describes as "works improvised by creators and members of the public [unfolding] in real-time."