YUL EAT 2017 Festival: A Multicultural Culinary Experience
YUL EAT 2017 – Throughout the world, Montreal is known for its diverse food culture. A few months ago, the city was ranked the highest of restaurants per Capita in Canada, and it is also the host to many food festivals throughout the year.
The YUL EAT Festival is a week-end long event for foodies all over the city. It will be hosted in Montreal’s beautiful and culturally-rich Old Port from September 2nd until September 4th. Join the festival to discover local talents, make new food discoveries and meet people who are just as passionate about good food as you are.
Over 40 restaurants with a variety of culinary experiences will be at the festival. As well as food trucks, there will be demonstrations and tastings hosted throughout the week-end for you to discover the richness of Montreal’s gastronomy.
This year’s edition will also include the “Parcours Gourmand” as well as the “Smokehouse”. With the “Parcours Gourmand”, all your senses will be solicited: wine and spirit tasting from small producers, various workshops, discussions and demonstrations will be shown. There are 4 different packages for the “Parcours Gourmand”: The Wanderer (45$ and 15 coupons), The Explorer (65$ and 40 coupons), The Adventurer (85$ and 65 coupons) and The Ultimate Package (115$ and 65 coupons to use for the entire festival). Tickets include general admission.
The Smokehouse includes “meat grilling, fish smoking and vegetable caramelizing” for the whole family. During the entire festival, local chefs will prepare different dishes for a creative menu each day. Adult tickets are 40$ and children are 20$. Tickets include general admission.
When: September 2nd – 4th from 11am – 11pm
Where: Quai de l’Horloge in the Old Port of Montreal
How much: General Admission: 5$ Free for children 12 and under / Parcours Gourmand: Prices vary / Smokehouse: 40$