Although Montréal was one of the last places in Québec to roll back restrictions on indoor dining, since downgrading from red to orange alert on June 7, many of the city’s favourite food and drink businesses have begun reopening their doors to welcome back diners for sit-down service.
Today, Montréal’s premier food hall, Time Out Market Montréal, announced that it will fully reopen on July 2. While doing so, it will also debut a refurbished lineup of new and returning culinary concepts.
Along with familiar faces such as chef Paul Toussaint (above), Le Red Tiger, and Il Miglio, guests of the food hall can look forward to the immediate addition of six new concepts, including Japanese eatery Le Blossom, Indian fine dining institution Le Taj, Portugese chicken joint Campo, and popular plant-based comfort food restaurant Casa Kaizen.
“We have worked closely with renowned local chefs, artists and mixologists to bring the heart and soul of Montréal to life,” said Time Out Market CEO Didier Souillat. “We are pleased to offer guests an immersive and engaging way to enjoy the authentic flavor and variety of the city, at a time when consumers are looking forward to in-person experiences again.”
To celebrate the highly anticipated reopening, this weekend the food hall will also feature live jazz and folk music performances, local DJs, and a pop-up gallery featuring the work of local artist Sandrine Ap.
Following July 2, Time Out Market Montréal will be open Mondays through Thursdays from 12 to 9 p.m., from 12 to 10 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, and from 12 to 7 p.m. on Sunday. The full list of new and returning culinary concepts can be found online.