"The endless parade of lawyers and conflicts with the landlord leaves us with no other choice but to leave the building," the post reads.
"It’s with heavy hearts but incredible memories that we’re moving on to greener pastures. So much love and thanks to our clients, staff, friends and family for all the support over the last decade."
Whether or not it's the end of the road for Le Bremner remains to be seen. The post asks patrons to "Stay tuned" and says the restaurant is "eager to share the next part of our journey with all of you."
Either way, Hughes' gastronomic influence in Old Montreal remains intact with Le Garde Manger, which reopens on June 10.
In its Instagram post, the shop said Frank & Oak "[continued] to promote this shirt on [its] Instagram page even after we had expressed our disagreement."
The family-run flower shop is a beloved Mile End spot with its signature colourful storefront and iconic owner, Tamey.
"Larger businesses that use small local businesses, like ours, to further their own agendas while ignoring the wishes of communities is not something we choose to align ourselves with," the Instagram post continued.
Dragon Flowers said it was "this lack of respect for our voice and space" that led it to write to its followers on Instagram.
"The people that serve you are professionals and we think it's about time that they're paid like professionals by their employer (us) rather than our customers (hopefully you!)," the post reads.
"We're excited to be part of a movement [...]. We're hearing about restaurants looking into offering health insurance for their staff, increasing wages across the board, [and] stamping out toxic macho chef culture."
The Montreal restaurant's post says menu prices will be slightly higher to make up for higher wages but reminds patrons to "remember how you don't have to tip now."
The June 7 reopening menu will include oysters, natural wine and cocktails, according to the Instagram post.