The Massive YUL EAT Food Festival Is Taking Over Montreal This Summer - MTL Blog

The Massive YUL EAT Food Festival Is Taking Over Montreal This Summer

City-wide delicousness!

Alright, Montreal - let's get our eat on! 

Evenko's massive food festival, YUL EAT Montreal, just announced their return and official dates for 2018. 

As if we need another food festival in this city, but YUL EAT is a little special. Where most food festivals have a running theme or featured culture, YUL EAT is dedicated simply to what we love - Montreal! 

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What makes YUL EAT so special, you ask? Well - this is Montreal foodie heaven!

The best of the best food trucks will be on hand serving up their dedicated delicious dishes (try saying that one fast), and there will be live music, performances and tons of fun going on.

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However, as evenko usually does, they will be bringing in an impressive roster of big names to the festival as they do every year. 

YUL EAT holds a mouth-watering program with a new formula that will delight culinary creativity with dedicated keynote speakers, cooking demos and latte art challenges like years prior. 

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To switch it up a bit this year, the 5th edition of evenko's massive food festival will be dispersed throughout Montreal! 

YUL EAT Festival will go down at Montreal's Quartier des spectacles, but they are also offering up events at Montreal's Société des Arts Technologiques (S.A.T.), place de la Paix and other various locations to be announced in the coming months. 

YUL EAT Festival will be cooking up events spread over a whole entire week! This is the last major festival from evenko for the summer season, so get yourself ready to indulge in the final days of Montreal summer!

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Here's all the information you need to remember:

What? 5th YUL EAT Festival 

When? September 10 - 16, 2018 

Where? Quartier des spectacles, and various locations

How Much? Price range TBA 

Tickets for a full-on experience will usually run you about $80 - but details have yet to be announced, so stay tuned! 

You can find more information on the YUL EAT website right here, and follow the official Facebook event page right here. 

Bon appetite, Montreal! 

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