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The Massive Food Festival In Montreal's Old Port You Have To Go To Next Month

At this stage in the game, you guys know how much I love anything to do with food. So you can only imagine how totally excited I was to learn about a huge outdoor food festival taking place early next month, right here in Montreal.

READ ALSO: Montreal To Host Quebec’s Largest Vegan Food Festival

Taking place September 3 - 5, Montreal's Old Port will pretty much be transformed into a foodie heaven for the YUL EAT festival. The fest will include a speaker series and cooking demos, a latte art challenge, wine and food tastings, food trucks, good vibes, and much more.

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Restaurants and culinary talents said to be making an appearance at this year's YUL EAT festival include Grumman '78, Maggie Oakes, Notkins Oyster Bar, Ashley Thornton and Nick De Palma from Inferno, Danny St-Pierre from Petite Maison, and many, many more.

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Tickets for this event are going for roughly $80 for the "all-inclusive" zone, including unlimited food tastings, culinary demos and chef meet and greets.

There are also free admission events, like the Farmer's Market (taking place throughout the whole festival) and the Maille Flavour Studio workshop series.

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Sounds like the most fun way to spend your days? Check out YUL EAT's website for more information.

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