LeChop 6th anniversary – dine for $25 at three Montreal core restaurants
LeChop 6th anniversary – Ville-Marie Collection brings back for a 6th edition its culinary festival, LeCHOP. This year, the group added one more reason to celebrate by supporting Montreal charity, Share the Warmth. From January 2nd until February 28th, Montreal foodies can forget about the freezing weather and enjoy some culinary delights while spreading some love. Ville-Marie Collection’s three core restaurants will be offering a delicious 2-course table d’hote menu priced specifically for the 8-week food festival. From fine dining and authentic Argentinian experience to iconic italian cuisine, LeCHOP has something to please all tastes and budgets. Decca77 – A brasserie just steps away from the Bell Centre featuring farm to table cuisine. L’Atelier d’Argentine – A mouth-watering female friendly Argentinian Steak House in the heart of downtown, offering a variety of meat, seafood and vegetarian options. Wienstein & Gavino’s – An institution in Montreal, serving delicious, authentic and family friendly Italian food to Montrealers for over 2 decades.
The three participating restaurants will be offering special two-course menus with fixed prices at $25 in the spirit of each restaurant. Every menu is created under the supervision of renowned chef and Ville-Marie Collection culinary director Natalia Machado.
To make this experience of culinary deliciousness even more incredible, LeCHOP partnered for the first time with Share the Warmth to help fight the battle against food insecurity with each table d’hote menu sold during the festival. For every LeCHOP meal sold $2.50, the estimated profits from each meal, will be donated to benefit the School Food Programs administered by Share the Warmth. Share the Warmth delivers food to 20 schools in the Montreal area, and reach an average of 1,700 children every week. As the weather drops, Montrealers are invited to cozy up, indulge and spread the love during the 8-week food festival.
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