Written by Dara Larocque on 28.04.15

In case you missed last year’s edition, Veuve Clicquot’s Yelloweek is officially back in the city starting Friday May 1st, 2015 until May 7th, 2015. Another week full of gastronomic extravagance, shopping, and of course champagne. Kicking off this year’s events will be at Restobar Monsieur on Bleury, and Auberge Saint-Gabriel in Old Montreal. Like with all Yelloweek events, when you purchase a glass of Veuve Clicquot champagne at any of the participating restaurants, the second glass is on the house!

Following up the epicurean delights of dinner, Veuve Clicquot will be hosted by Pandore for a night of dancing (and obviously more champagne). May 3rd will be Yelloweek’s infamous boozy brunch hosted by Buonanotte once again. Continuing the festivities of the week, Helena restaurant on McGill will be offering up some of its most delectable dishes inspired by Chef Helena Loureiro’s Portuguese heritage. On May 5th, Chef Helena continues her work with Yelloweek at Portus Calle and then on to Jatoba, where Chef Olivier Vigneault fuses Japanese tradition with Chinese flavours in his unique tapas.


Finishing off Yelloweek is Chef Marco Santos of Sel Gras, bringing the Mediterranean influence to Montreal’s fresh and local food. Food isn’t the only love for Yelloweek: don’t miss out on amazing shopping events hosted by Alton Grey in Carrefour Laval who has teamed up with Yelloweek for the entire month of May for contests and awesome prizes. You can also stop by any of the 7 participating SAQ stores and enter to win a Veuve Clicquot parasol, or a champagne picnic. Montreal will be swimming in champagne by the end of that week.

If you haven’t checked out any of the events last year, don’t miss this year’s even more delectable edition. For more information or to reserve at any of the participating restaurants, click here.


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