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There’s More Than Light at Montréal en Lumière

Submitted by on January 29, 2019 – 8:42 amNo Comment

Montreal en Lumiere, Quebec, CanadaMontréal en Lumière features an “expansive and eclectic program of entertainment and activities”, including all sorts of light-related extravaganzas.

But what Road Trips Foodies want to know about this fest, set for February 21, 2019, to March 3, 2019, in the Quartier des spectacles in downtown Montréal, Québec, Canada, is FOOD.

Fortunately, the organizers as Tourisme Montréal have it covered. Here’s what they write:

“Fine-dining is the self-proclaimed cornerstone of Montréal en Lumière. To wit, in the 20 years since the fest was founded, some 575 renowned chefs, wine producers and speakers representing both Québec and international gastronomic traditions have taken part in this annual ode to culinary discovery.

“This year the theme is “A journey around the world… and to the heart of the world,” and anchoring that are the Air France Finest Tables, featuring exceptional menus from the chefs of 45 of Montréal’s most innovative kitchens. And more than 40 of the most creative chefs from around the world will be pairing up with their Québec counterparts to create gourmet meals representing some fifteen different countries.

“New this year is the Quartier Gourmand, two floors in the Maison du Festival where the pleasures of the palate will be highlighted during several conferences, tastings, gourmet offerings, talks and workshops. There will also be culinary tours with experts, cooking demonstrations, a festival of cheeses, and a new Nuit Gourmande for hungry night owls.”

Want to know more about all this deliciousness? Go online.

(Photo courtesy Tourisme Montréal)

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