Montreal's biggest food festival adds Caribbean theme to next month's event

Aug 23 2018, 6:47 pm

YUL EAT, Montreal’s biggest food festival (and one of the coolest names) has added some tropical flavour to their 5th edition this fall.

The third floor of the Société des arts technologiques (SAT) and its Satosphère dome will be taken over by a Caribbean theme on September 14. The goal is to celebrate and showcase the gastronomy, cocktails, and music of the well-established Caribbean community and culture in Montreal.

The event will host small, authentic Caribbean dishes, a rum bar, cocktails, a DJ and percussionists.

The restaurants that will be dishing out the Caribbean food is as follows:

Festival-goers can be sure to enjoy their fair share of jerk chicken, jerk ribs and rum-infused drinks from a variety of local Caribbean spots.

The YUL EAT festival, which runs from September 10 to 16, will give some foodies the chance to go into the kitchens and attend live workshops of some of the city’s most passionate and successful chefs.

Take a look at the festival’s website to see the impressive list of chefs that will be feeding Montreal for the 7-day fest.

Destination Caraïbes

When: Friday, September 14
Time: 8 pm – 12 am
Where: Société des arts technologiques – 1201 Boulevard Saint-Laurent
Price: $15

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