IN A NUTSHELL
Time Out Market is coming to Centre Eaton de Montréal, and it will be a hotspot for foodies and culture lovers alike. Bringing the best of the city together under one roof, Time Out Market combines the top restaurants, bars and cultural experiences, based on editorial curation.
Visitors will get to taste food from a curated mix of the city’s top chefs and best restaurateurs, sip cocktails from leading mixologists at three bars, purchase locally produced items (Signé Local), and experience culture with Montréal’s rising talents. There will also be a demonstration kitchen, a cooking academy, a retail shop and a cultural stage. There will be a diverse food selection to choose from including dishes with Québécois, Japanese, Mexican influences and more, representing the multiculturalism of the city.
Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. with some eateries offering breakfast (from 9:00 a.m. on weekends); all other eateries open at 11:00 a.m. It will close Sunday to Wednesday at 9:00 p.m. and Thursday to Saturday at midnight (bar at midnight and eateries at 11:00 p.m.).
CHECK OUT THE RESTAURANTS !
*Renowned chef Normand Laprise of Toqué! brings Burger T! with gourmet sustainable burgers and homemade fries.
** Expanded from Hof Kelsten, Hof Sucrée offers a mix of classic viennoiseries, signature desserts, and specially created baked goods.
***Trading under his own name, Chef Paul Toussaint will serve hearty and spicy Haitian cuisine.
****Another eatery with a deli concept from the chefs behind Montréal Plaza.
Frequently Asked Questions
Time Out Market is located on the first level of our mall, besides Robert-Bourassa boulevard.
Time Out Market is an editorial curation by Time Out magazine, a British media company, brought to life in a food hall. Visitors get to explore local culture and affordable fine dining from a diverse range of cuisines and then come together with family and friends to enjoy their meals—on china with flatware—at communal tables. Time Out Market in Montreal is one the latest additions to the global chain.
You can expect fine dining at accessible and affordable price points, a communal setting with long tables, food from the city’s best chefs and restaurateurs, and cocktails from leading mixologists. You will also be able to take culinary classes and purchase high-quality products made locally from Signé Local, such as local food, decorative objects, clothing, beauty products and more.
Time Out Market boasts a diverse selection of cuisines to choose from such as Italian food (il Miglio, Olive & Gourmando), Japanese food (Marusan), Mexican food (Grumman’78), Vietnamese food (Le Red Tiger), Haitian food (Chef Paul Toussaint), Québécois food (Le Club Chasses et Pêche) and more.
Time Out Market offers a wide variety of non-alcoholic drinks and there will be three bars serving beers from local breweries (Dieu du Ciel, Archibald, Microbrasserie de Charlevoix and Pit Caribou), a large selection of wine, and spirits. There will also be craft cocktails featuring recipes from the city’s best bars (Pelicano, Gokudo, Coldroom, Le Mal Nécessaire,Le Royal, El Pequeño Le 132 Bar Vintage, Cordova, Perles & Paddock and Le 4E Mur).