You can purchase the famous Angus Burger with Cheese and Bacon individually or in a combo. If you've got a dad who doubles his portions and can still eat your leftovers, this generous burger might just be the perfect gift.
You can either place your order through Harvey's app or their website, or just pop over to your nearest Harvey's location to pick one up old-school style.
And if you're hoping to impress your dad with your own barbecue skills this Father's Day, Harvey's latest video may just be able to help you out there too.
Featuring a dad sharing his best tips for making top-notch Angus burgers on the grill, this clip will help you develop your own skills and prove to your dad that his grilling legacy is secure.
To keep your energy up while becoming your household's next grill master, you can treat yourself to one of Harvey's two new summer drinks.
The Frozen Red Bull Peach could give you that boost of energy you need for your warm weekend barbecues, and the Coffee and Donut Shake is the ultimate dessert.
They're available until September 5, so you can quench your thirst while barbecuing all summer long.
Harvey's has just brought back one of its heavy hitters — the unforgettable Big Harv. For many Canadians, the name alone will bring back fond memories and make mouths water.
After first appearing in 2018, the Big Harv has returned and, just like in past years, it boasts premium-quality ingredients: two large 100% Canadian beef patties, a poppyseed Ace Bakery bun, two slices of cheese and Harvey's famous Harv sauce. This hefty burger will satisfy the appetite of even the most voracious eater.
This famous burger is available across Canada, but only until September 26, so I wanted to try it for myself before I missed my chance. I went for the classic version, but if you're feeling a bit more indulgent, you can add bacon to your Big Harv — the perfect thing to complement the grilled beef.
Once you have chosen the base for your burger, the next step is to pick your toppings at their one-of-a-kind garnish counter. You can customize your Big Harv with Harvey's huge selection of sauces and condiments (in addition to the Harv sauce, of course). I opted for relish and some chipotle for that extra smoky flavour.
My first bite had the perfect meat-to-cheese ratio. The Harv sauce isn't too much and gives the burger a delicious flavour and slightly creamy texture that doesn't overpower the beef. If you prefer your burger to have a flame-grilled taste, then you'll definitely want to add bacon.
Size-wise, the Big Harv lives up to its name. It's so filling that I didn't even have room for dessert. As someone who loves a big burger, and often finds myself still hungry after eating one, that's saying something.
If you, like me, seem to have a bottomless pit for a stomach, then this double beef burger is for you. And with all the different topping combinations available, you might just be tempted to go back and try a different version each time.
You can even put on some motivational music to help you get in the burger-eating mood with Harvey's Québec's Spotify playlist, which also happens to be a great summer road trip playlist too.
The Big Harv burger starts at just $7.79 or $11.29 for the combo, and you can enjoy yours in a Harvey's restaurant or have it delivered straight to your door.
Nevski's khachapuri, a Georgian cheese bread dish, is made with homemade dough and a mix of cheeses, topped with a runny egg yolk — and the restaurant's menu even teaches you how to eat it.
Its Moscow mule menu, four different takes on the classic drink — made with different spirits, ginger beer, fruit syrups and citrus — even offers mules by the pitcher for $29. There's also an extensive cocktail menu with 10 other Russian-themed options, and a few other pitcher options available for the same price.
Nevski also has a menu of dumplings stuffed with different meats, herbs and vegetables.
Though the menu also offers Russian-inspired desserts, you can also satisfy your sweet tooth with a boozy milkshake menu made with Russian ice cream, milk, Russian waffles, and vodka, Kahlua, whisky and Amaretto.
With so much alcohol on the menu, it's hard to choose your preferred drink — Nevski also offers a wide-range vodka menu, which you can enjoy with a side of bread and pickles in true Russian form, along with a wine and beer list.
Cuisine: Russian and former Soviet republics
Address: 1228, rue Stanley, Montreal, QC
Why You Need To Go: Eat and drink like a Russian, surrounded by artsy kitschy decor inspired by the streets of Saint Petersburg.
Address: At the corner of boulevards Saint-Laurent and René-Lévesque, Chinatown, Montreal
Why You Need To Go: Montreal always has a way of coming to life and night and the new installation "Place des Souhaits" simply adds to it. The wish tree part of the piece twinkles at night! It's also set up next to a patio where you can spend your day chilling.
Why You Need To Go: Seven spaces along avenue Mont-Royal will be recreating colourful urban gardens for the rest of the summer. You'll be able to find a colourful skate park, a light and shadow garden, a rose mural, and other unique spots to check out.
When: Every day until September 6 from 7 a.m. – 11 p.m.
Address: Place des Commencements; 200, rue de la Commune O., Montréal, QC
Why You Need To Go: You can find Place des Commencements located at the end of the Grand Quai in Old Montreal, which has a lovely beautiful green terrasse where you can sit on chairs and admire Habitat 67 and the Jacques-Cartier Bridge.