The Montreal Canadiens unveil luxurious new food hall at Bell Centre

Oct 12 2018, 3:36 pm

Drinking and dining options at the Bell Centre have gotten a major upgrade. The home of the historic Montreal Canadiens has upped their food offering game since being known for its classic Forum-style hot dogs, salty pretzels and way too expensive draft beer.

You can’t be an iconic NHL franchise without offering some serious grub and drink options.

The new food hall and lounge, M2 Marché, is comprised of eight counters and restaurants that includes tacos, burgers, poke bowls, fresh pasta, designer poutines and 16 craft beers on tap, cocktails and wine by the glass.

As opposed to the Bell Centre’s current concession stands that keep everything on a hot plate, food at the M2 Marché will be cooked to order.

Historically, concession grub at the Bell Centre has been rather uninspiring. Coupled with bloated prices, and limited beer options (Molson products) guests at the arena have found more valuable (and tastier) options for both food and drink outside of the Bell Centre.

The high-end food court, just below the arena’s main floors, now offers everything from braised beef shoulder poutine, veal, mushroom pasta, and a butter-chicken taco.

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