MTLàTABLE Is Back Showcasing Over 135 Montréal Restaurants
Montréal gastronomy is in the spotlight thanks to MTLàTABLE and its four table d'hôte menus set at reasonable prices—$38, $53, $68 and $83 for a three- or four-course meal—from tomorrow until November 19, 2023. The event is being held at over 135 restaurants across the city, with a variety of new places to discover and great classics to revisit in several vibrant neighbourhoods in the city. There will be something for everyone, regardless of their culinary preferences! Reservations can be made and a list of participating restaurants and their menus can be found at www.mtlatable.com. It's a date!
For several years, Montréal's gastronomy has been making a name for itself in Quebec tourism. With its culinary diversity, its new offerings and the wealth of Quebec products, this capital of fine dining certainly knows how to attract visitors. Tourisme Montréal is working very hard to position gastronomy as a flagship product in its priority markets. The Office montréalais de la gastronomie and the MTLàTABLE event were born of the desire to make fine dining one of the city's distinctive, creative signature attractions. At their request, six additional evenings are being offered, with the same four packages.
"Tourisme Montréal invites gourmets from around the world to participate in this exceptional culinary experience in Montréal, where the creativity of local chefs and the passion of our community fuel a celebration of gastronomy like no other. Take this opportunity to savour Montréal with every bite and uncover the hidden treasures of our city. It's an invitation to explore, discover and enjoy. We look forward to welcoming you to MTLàTABLE!"
- Yves Lalumière, President and CEO, Tourisme Montréal
Meet the different gastronomic neighbourhoods of Montréal
Many neighbourhoods are represented in MTLàTABLE this year: Downtown, Old Montréal and the Old Port, Mount Royal, Outremont and Westmount, Plateau-Mont-Royal and Mile End, Rosemont, Hochelaga-Maisonneuve and the Olympic District, Little Italy and Villeray, The Village, Les Quartiers du Canal, Pôle des Rapides, Airport and West Island, and Ahuntsic and North of the Island. In each of the participating restaurants, diners will find menus that are representative of the city's gastronomic diversity. With their table d'hôte menus specially created for the event, the chefs will charm fans of the concept as well as those who are new to it.
An initiative of Tourisme Montréal, MTLàTABLE is an opportunity to celebrate Montreal's culinary scene. From November 3-19, the 11th edition of this gourmet event will feature delectable fixed-price menus ($38, $53, $68 and $83) in 135 restaurants. For further information on MTLàTABLE, please visit www.mtlatable.com. MTLàTABLE would like to thank its presenting partner American Express, its media partner La Presse, its partners MAPAQ and Sysco, together with Aliments du Québec, Casino de Montréal de Loto-Québec and Association Restauration Québec.
About Tourisme Montréal
Founded in 1919, Tourisme Montreal is a private non-profit organization that seeks to propel Quebec's largest city into the top ranks of business and leisure tourism destinations worldwide. It also implements innovative outreach strategies with a dual purpose: to offer a high-quality visitor experience and to maximize tourism's economic benefits. Bringing together some 1,000 companies operating directly or indirectly in the tourism sector, Tourisme Montréal plays a key role in managing and developing the city's tourism offer, in addition to speaking out on local economic development, urban and cultural issues. For further information, please visit www.mtl.org.
SOURCE Tourisme Montréal