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While it may no longer be summer in Montreal, our restaurant scene is still bringing the heat. Kamúy Restaurant and Dobe & Andy are collaborating this upcoming weekend for the ultimate BBQ pop-up experience.

Kamúy Restaurant, located in the heart of Montreal's Place des Arts, is hosting Chinatown fave Doby & Andy for one day only on Sunday, October 1, 2023. The event begins at 1 p.m. and will end when the food sells out.

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Montreal is welcoming a brand new Middle Eastern restaurant to its repertoire of must-try eateries. Hayat, which translates to "life" in Arabic will officially be opening its doors this month with a menu promising to transport your taste buds to the coasts of Lebanon and the mountains of Syria.

Located on rue de la Commune Ouest in Montreal's Old Port, Hayat serves up all your favourite Lebanese dishes, mezze-style, which is truly the best way to enjoy the flavours of the Mediterranean. The restaurant seats a total of 60 inside and another 150 on its outdoor terrasse overlooking Vieux-Montreal.

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It may not always look it with Montreal rents pushing ever closer to those of Toronto, but this city's still got a strong reputation for keeping things on the cheaper side.

In a city full of award-winning restaurants, those of us on a budget can still eat at a fancy place on the cheap. It’s totally possible to dine out like a person with a fat bank account without completely draining your actual bank account.

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With roots going back to 1959, this third-generation family-owned gem is a culinary landmark. Born out of the original Café Gentile on Chabanel and Park Ave, it's been serving up deliciousness for decades. The Westmount location opened in 2016, and brought in an upscale night menu and a classic lunch menu. But 2020 was when the pizza magic truly began.

Featuring a scrumptious blend of three different styles of pizza, from thin crust New York style to Brooklyn Square Pizza, and not forgetting the artisanal individual pies, there's a slice for every pizza lover out there. And if your appetite is as big as your love for pizza, the menu also features mouth-watering arancini, eggplant fritters, mozzarella sticks, salads, and pasta.

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Le Richmond has earned its reputation as a hotspot for glitz and glam over the years, and their themed nights during the Grand Prix are set to take things up a notch. This Italian restaurant presents a series of unforgettable theme nights from June 15 to 18. Brace yourselves for The Glitter, Gentlemen's Club, Red Carpet Gala, and Race After Party – evenings that promise to transport you to a world of glamour, excitement, and non-stop entertainment!

The grand Red Carpet Gala, powered by Pirelli, taking place on Saturday, June 17. Picture this: sipping on delicious cocktails, enjoying bottomless drinks, getting treated like royalty, and being wowed by mind-blowing entertainment and incredible artistic performances. Oh, and did we mention that professional photographers and journalists will be there to capture every epic moment? Get ready to create some unforgettable memories that you'll cherish forever.

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Montreal's Place Ville-Marie is set to elevate the local restaurant scene. This summer, the former PVM observatory will be transformed into two establishments, offering diners a dash of luxury and a pinch of altitude.

The revamped top floors promise a buffet of attractions for downtown workers, tourists and the general public throughout the day and night.

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Au Coq's has officially launched its new protein bowls in February and it's a game changer. These mouth-watering bowls are available in all their locations or for delivery and takeout. If you're looking for a healthier meal, you can choose between the Au Coq Bowl and Pop Bowl. For less than $15, enjoy a fully loaded protein bowl featuring their famous chicken or popcorn chicken, fresh tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, corn, olives, onions, dried cranberries and grated cheese.

The restaurant is a pioneer in rotisseries in Quebec and has 12 locations. They offer their iconic menu which includes delicious chicken and wings platters, tender ribs, sandwiches, wraps, and flavourful poutines. Au Coq's also offers sides and salads.

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Montreal is proving yet again that it is one of the top culinary hot spots across the world, and Forbes would totally agree. The company recently released its list of Travel Guide Star Awards and two Montreal restaurants made the cut.

Forbes dropped the winners of its 2023 Star Awards, recognizing the "most outstanding hotels, restaurants and spas," across the globe that jet setters have to add to their travel bucket lists.

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Looking for a dining experience in Montreal that makes your winter night turn into a unique experience? This unique Italian restaurant in Griffintown will amaze you with not only its sumptuous decor but also its fine dining cuisine.

Le Richmond transformed their terrasse into a winter wonderland which is perfect for a memorable date night or to celebrate a special occasion with your friends and family. The cozy lights and ambiance replicate your favourite winter movie scene while the authentic flavours transport you straight to Italy.

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If you're looking to get an authentic taste of Montreal's Caribbean food scene, then Kwizinn definitely needs to be on your eat-and-drink bucket list.

The Verdun restaurant is run by none other than executive chef Mike Lafaille and offers up Caribbean and Creole specialties including jerk chicken, lamb, smoked fish, plantain fries and a sharing platter that's not to be missed.

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Montreal's restaurant week is around the corner, so there's yet another reason to sample the offerings in this city known for excellent dining. MTLàTable will feature more than 110 popular restaurants that will offer table d’hôte dinner menus at great fixed prices from November 3 to 13, so foodies in the 514 can enjoy some gourmet meals without breaking the bank.

The list of participating eateries is extensive, with fixed menus at $35, $45, $55 and $75. From African cuisine to Mediterranean meals, North American gastronomy, Asian food or vegan options, you'll find a variety of hearty menus so that anyone can find a tempting location and take part in the culinary bliss.

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For all of the Italians in the city as well as those who appreciate all things Italy, the version of the European country that Montreal has created is one of the best. Whether you're in need of some authentic eats, looking for a European café or an Italian bakery to grab some cannoli from, you're totally covered.

In fact, all of Montreal's boroughs that celebrate other cultures are absolutely amazing. Offering you an out-of-this-world escape from the city and letting you experience another, you could pretty much travel around the world without even leaving your hometown.

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