The folks behind Les Premiers Vendredis and Evenko are joining forces to bring the ultimate food festival to Montreal for the Labor Day weekend. Festival YUL EAT – a unique culinary event will highlight local gastronomical talent and unite leaders of the restaurant industry for a weekend of tasting, learning, and discovery!
What (is offered?)
YUL will be hosting special weekend brunches and dinners – which will require special ticket purchases to access these events within the festival.
As well, folks can expect to participate in the all-day activities which will be happening throughout the weekend.
Who doesn’t love a good brunch? YUL EAT Brunches will run from 11am until 2pm (although we wish these would run all day long.). Check them out!
JASON MORRIS (Le Fantôme restaurant)
GRUMMAN’78 CHRISTOPHER PARASIUK (Manitoba)
PHOENIX 1 JOHN WINTER RUSSELL
LA SANDWICHERIE ZOE’S
SÉGUÉ LEPAGE (Comptoir Charcuteries et Vins)
MI CORAZON food truck DANNY ST PIERRE
DAS FOOD TRUCK NICK HODGE (Icehouse)
AU PIED DE COCHON food truck
ÉRIC DUPUIS (Taverne Dominion Square)
ROUX DAVID FERGUSON (GUS restaurant)
MONSIEUR CRÉMEUX AUDREY DUFRESNE (Trois Petits Bouchons)
P-A ET GARGANTUA
Each Brunch will cost $40 and includes: taxes, fees, tips, coffee/tea.
Dinners will also be served, with fees that will run anywhere between $110 to $175. Prices vary depending on the evening and featured chef. Check out all the details on the official YUL website!
The food trucks will be on-site to cater to your ever craving, so bring your cash and be prepared to taste up a storm!
Well that’s simple: Eat, Discover, Party!
In addition to the tastings and exploration, YUL EAT is also holding culinary workshops. They will cover a range of culinary topics, and will cater to the carnivores and herbivores alike. Courses will be offered in English and French, and you can sign up for them online.
YUL be entertained by the party factor of this festival. From celebrity roasting competitions to live music and even a kid zone. There’s a little something for everyone this weekend.
Saturday September 5 to Monday, September 7
Noon to 11 pm
Quai de L’Horloge (the clock tower).
The event itself is open to all and free to attend, but there are are select events onsite which will charge special rates. If YUL want to EAT, dishes will be priced per vendor, so bring cash!
Are you thinking about checking out YUL EAT this weekend? Check out the map below, download it and save it for your reference.