Former Rosalie is opening as Restaurant La P’tite Grosse today

Nov 11 2016, 2:04 am

1232 de la Montagne (the previous Rosalie), is now officially La P’tite Grosse as of 5 pm today.

La P’tite Grosse massively spreads out over three floors with the first floor housing a bar/restaurant, with a decor that pays homage to Montreal, the second floor is more of a mezzanine, ideal for bigger groups, and the top floor features a private room available for rental, with a scenic view of de la Montagne Street.

Tamil Maksoud

Kamil Maksoud

With a capacity of around 500 you know there will be some serious parties going on here.

The team behind this downtown project includes Fabio Broccoli (Lobster Jam, Dog Fest), Jack Kalachian (Black Mohawk Productions & Shows), and Rudy Bazin (Mimi La Nuit).

Tamil Maksoud

Kamil Maksoud

The menu is all about comfort food, with large portions served on small plates. Chef Shawn Street, formerly of Brontë and XO (St-James Hotel), wanted to bring customers food that tastes like your grandmothers home cooking. Some choice items on the menu include home-made spaghetti in tomato sauce with a gigantic, cheese-stuffed meatball; grilled ribs with Bullet Bourbon BBQ sauce, coleslaw and hand-cut fries; the Big Salad with roasted chicken, avocado, corn, olives and pita chips; and the grilled salmon with olives, capers, tomato salsa, braised lentils and seasonal vegetables.

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Kamil Maksoud

Alyssa Shahin will be the mixologist in charge bringing over 10 years of experience from various cocktail competitions in New York, where she learned her craft from artisanal brewers, master cocktail mixers, and Bonded Bourbon pros.

Curious? Pop by today after 5 pm and say hello.

La P’tite Grosse

Address: 1232 de la Montagne
When: As of November 10 at 5 pm




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