MONTRÉAL, Oct. 4, 2016 /CNW Telbec/ - Tourisme Montréal today published the list of 150 restaurants participating in the fifth edition of MTLàTABLE. This event will give Montréalers and tourists the chance to discover some of the city's finest cuisine and the chefs whose creativity puts Montréal on the map among foodies worldwide.
From November 3 to 13, participating restaurants will offer fixed-price set menus for $21, $31 or $41. Presented by Vins du Languedoc, the event will also promote wine pairings to complement meals. Members of the public will even have the chance to meet innovative winegrowers and sommeliers from Vins du Languedoc, who will be holding free tasting sessions.
The 2016 edition of this week-long gastronomic celebration will also include a number of mouth-watering activities. For the full scoop or to reserve your table, go to www.mtlatable.com.
Tourists and locals alike are cordially invited to rediscover Montréal's history and culinary roots through various guided tours. Gluttonous guides will serve up savoury stories about Montréal's past on a number of different routes.
Culture and flavour
Patrons with an appetite for culture will enjoy discounted rates at several major Montréal attractions. Options include dinner-movie or dinner-museum deals.
Wine enthusiasts will have their curiosity quenched at a number of vinicultural events presented by the SAQ. Samples of more than 1,200 products from Argentina and Chile will be on offer at La Grande Dégustation de Montréal. Meanwhile, La Fête des vins du Québec will showcase local products and the Salon des vins de l'importation privée will feature a collection of rare wines.
Tourisme Montréal created MTLàTABLE as an opportunity to popularize local cuisine and get people out enjoying great food together. Montréal's restaurant week aims to showcase the originality and diversity of Montréal fare while enticing patrons into restaurants during the month of November by offering fixed-price set menus. For locals and visitors alike, it's a chance to explore the flavours of Montréal's dynamic food scene. Share the fun and your favourite finds using the #MTLàTABLE hashtag.
Presented in collaboration with Les Vins du Languedoc, MTLàTABLE is also made possible thanks to support from Desjardins, the SAQ, Fromages d'ici, Eska, Casino de Montréal, Air Canada, Cacao Barry, Transit APP, the Association des restaurateurs du Québec and BIXI.
An initiative of Tourisme Montréal, MTLàTABLE is an invitation to celebrate Montréal cuisine for 11 days. From November 3 to 13, the fifth edition of this culinary event will be showcasing delicious food at a set price ($15 for brunch; $21/$31/$41 for dinner and $21 for late-night meals) in 150 restaurants across the city. For more information about MTLàTABLE, go to www.mtlatable.com.
About Tourisme Montréal
Tourisme Montréal is responsible for providing leadership in the concerted efforts of hospitality and promotion in order to position Montréal as a destination on leisure and business travel markets. It is also responsible for developing Montréal's tourism product in accordance with the ever-changing conditions of the market. For more information, visit www.mtl.org.
SOURCE Tourisme Montréal
For further information: Andrée-Anne Pelletier, Manager - Corporate Public Relations, Tourisme Montréal, 514-844-3344, 514-264-1638, email@example.com