Québec has some of the best chefs and food producers in Canada. A day at Montreal food festival YUL E.A.T. allows you to experience the food and food products that make the province so unique.
YUL E.A.T. (Montreal’s airport code + E for Experience; A for Appetite and T for Terroir) is a tasty mix of communal dinners, cooking classes and food talks. This weekend marks its third year, and up to 100,000 food lovers are expected to converge on the Old Port. The Festival will feature a farmer’s market featuring Québec’s truly outstanding produce, street food stands, culinary workshops and conferences. Food stands will serve everything from oysters, tacos and duck to apple cider and cocktails. There’s also a children’s play area, live music, and workshops on everything from beekeeping to ravioli-making.
The brunch and dinner series has some of the city’s best-known chefs plus a few new faces joining forces to create the menus. All of this with the glorious Old Montreal backdrop of the Quai de l’Horloge.
The YUL E.A.T Festival run from September 3-5.
Admission is free. Dinners, Brunches, Culinary Classes and the brand new YUL Eat Experience are available for purchase. Click here for more info.