Nothing bearing our great city’s name can honour its gastronomic reputation without some seriously delicious eats on deck. Even better: with vegetarian, vegan, nuts- and gluten-free meals available, everyone can indulge. Here’s a look at the many ways to sate your hunger and quench your thirst on-site during C2 Montréal.
Pastries, poké, pizzas and more: here’s the C2 Montréal menu
The Forum is home to the Bistro, where you’ll find breakfast items in the morning, light lunches around noon and snacks, coffee, a selection of wines, beers and cocktails as well as non-alcoholic beverages for the rest of the day. The same goes for the Hangar’s Café La Presse +.
We all know Montrealers love their food trucks, but hey, they’ll have to do without some of the city’s best during C2 Montréal. Hungry? Make your way between the 360 Big Top and the Cabaret to find a caravan of street restaurateurs ready to churn out all the flavourful bites you can handle.
- The go-to eatery for all things salad, Mandy’s neon-pink food truck will be mixing and tossing all kinds of healthy assortments during C2 Montréal.
- When in doubt: pizza. And who better than Montreal’s iconic Pizzeria No. 900’s food truck to cook up everyone’s favourite savoury pies?
- For tacos and other Mexican staples, walk up to beloved Mi Corazon, YUL Eat food festival’s Best Food Truck of 2015.
- Beer makes many things better, including food. Nothing proves it as well as South Shore brewery Unibroue’s food truck.
- With Duck Truck MTL, there is a quack in everything. With its Canariz duck risotto and Quack’n cheese, its culinary chops are as great as its puns.
You’ll find three more restaurants facing-off across from the food trucks and, really, their names speak for themselves: POKÉ by caterer Fraîcheur & Co., SATAY by local Singaporean cuisine heroes Satay Brothers and BBQ by oyster dive and brasserie Lucille’s.
After a day of getting inspired, collaborating and putting new-found knowledge to work, you’ll definitely long for a chilled glass of wine. The Plaza’s Beringer Wine Bar is your best option. The Dock is where you’ll want to go to wine and dine at Surf & Turf or work up an appetite over cocktails at Cabana. After a hearty meal, feel free to sample some of Quebec’s finest digestives and other distilled spirits and liquors at the Micro-distillerie Québec, also located on the Dock.
Nothing starts the day like a bold espresso or a soothing tea by the Lachine Canal. You’ll find both Nespresso coffee and Camellia Sinensis tea stations in the Garage and the Cabaret, as well as an extra coffee station on the Plaza. Inside Arsenal, you’ll find stations in the Atrium. No single-use water bottle will be sold on-site – make sure to bring a reusable bottle, which you can refill with flat or sparkling water at any Tabl’eau station on site.