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Guillaume Bakery Plots Expansion, Including a New Retail Space Up the Street

> Valérianne & Audrey A more spacious retail and kitchen location will open a few doors down from the current Guillaume space, which will become a full-time workshop for bakers Exceedingly popular Mile End bakery Guillaume is enlarging its bread- and pastry-making facility to take over its entire existing locale at 5134 St-Laurent, moving the customer-facing side of the…

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Cold-Fermented, Roman-Style Al Taglio Pizza Checks in to Park-Ex

> Segreta/Supplied “It’s all about the dough. It’s always been about the dough” Roman-style al taglio (by the slice) pizza has made its way to Park-Ex, with the opening of Segreta on the relatively industrial Beaumont Avenue strip last week. Richie Ourichian, Segreta’s owner and pizzaiolo, is effusive about the rectangular pan pizza style, characterized by its crisp, yet…

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Where to Get Some Worthy Westmount Takeout

> Café Gentile/Facebook Thirteen excellent options in the enclave When it comes to the hierarchy of neighbourhoods in Montreal’s dining scene, Westmount continues to be more notorious for its population of monied anglophones than it is for its restaurants. While this city-within-a-city (it’s technically not part of Montreal) has been able to rest on the laurels of hosting an…

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Cuisine Bangkok’s Legendary Pad Thai is Now Back at the Faubourg, but Under a New Name

> Plus, Walmart ghost kitchens, vegan burgers, a salad pop-up, and two notable restaurant moves SHAUGHNESSY VILLAGE — Thirty-five-year-old Thai eatery Cuisine Bangkok has circuitously made its way back to the Faubourg Ste-Catherine complex downtown after a three-year stint in the Village. Now going by the name Mama Bangkok, presumably in honour of the women whose been at the…

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Where to Order Takeout Easter Feasts in Montreal

> BarBara/Facebook Ten restaurants serving Sicilian sweets, maple-smoked ham, Portuguese roast lamb, and more for the holiday At around this time last year, Montreal restaurants were fumbling to make sense of a newly enacted lockdown meant to stem the spread of the coronavirus. Easter, for many, was lost. That uncertainty, in various forms, lives on to this day, but…

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Restaurant and Grocery Store Workers Are the Subject of a New COVID-19 Study in Quebec

> Getty Images Plus, an Outremont councillor suspended over a conflict of interest involving Boucherie Provisions, and plans for Montreal’s summer bounce back PROVINCE-WIDE — Researchers from the Université Laval, Centre de recherche du CHU de Québec-Université Laval, and Université de Montréal will be keeping tabs on 450 grocery store, restaurant, and bar workers in the Quebec City and…

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Montreal’s Most Anticipated Restaurant Openings of 2021 — So Far

> Valerie Silva/Supplied With warmer weather comes plans for some big openings, from a French brasserie to a 45-seat Thai eatery in La Petite-Patrie Opening a restaurant, even in the best of times, is an arduous task. During a pandemic, new safety restrictions, uncertain timelines, and frustrating delays only serve to compound the obstacles. In Montreal, one of the last…

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