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Bravissimo! — the 29th edition of ItalfestMTL, formerly called Montreal's Italian Week, will take place from August 5 to 20.

The event is back in full swing with both virtual and in-person activities all around the island, including in Kirkland, Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, LaSalle, Saint-Léonard, Little Italy and, for the first time ever, the Quartier des Spectacles.

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Get excited — ItalfestMTL, formerly known as Montreal's Italian Week, a popular cultural event in Montreal, is officially on its way back to the city this August.

For its 29th year, ItalFestMTL will be hosting a variety of different events that celebrate Italian culture from August 5 to 20, 2022.

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Have you ever finished a plate of pasta at a Montreal restaurant and wished you were in somebody's house where you could ask for seconds? Or thirds? Pasta Express Fleury's all-you-can-eat format neatly solves that problem for you.

When it comes to Montrealers' love for the iconic Italian dish, there's a significant selection of delish pasta spots to choose from, but very few offer up the AYCE option the way Pasta Express does.

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This summer's edition of Montreal's Settimana Italiana, called ItalfestMTL, is celebrating the city's Italian community and culture with a hybrid of virtual and in-person events, and it finally announced its complete program.

The 28th edition of Montreal's Italian festival runs from August 6 to August 22 and features concerts, comedy, culinary capsules, an opera evening and a drive-in event.

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Montreal's renowned Italian Week, now known as ItalfestMTL, is just around the corner and it's bringing back in-person festivities.

This year marks the 28th edition of the popular festival and will bring all the best food and music from local Italian culture for three weeks of events.

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