YUL Eat, one of Montreal’s biggest foodie festivals, took over Old Port this past weekend. From September 3rd to 5th, Quai de l’Horloge became a food lover’s paradise.
In addition to the fun and friendly latte art competition, the extraordinary culinary classes, and the exciting speaker series, Montrealers were able let their tastebuds run wild over Labour Day weekend.
Old Port temporarily became home to 22 food stands featuring some of the best food in Montreal. I’m talking about fried dough balls, French macarons, and lobster poutine, to name a few.
Don’t believe us? We’ve got the evidence. Check out the 18 Instagram pics below, all of which were taken at YUL Eat.
If you didn’t make it to YUL Eat this year, you’re definitely going to want to mark your calendars for next year.