Mar. 7, 2024

Where to celebrate maple syrup season downtown?

When March comes around, it’s maple syrup season! The maple sap is flowing, spring is just around the corner… And there’s no need to venture outside of Montreal to enjoy it. Discover our favorite spots to indulge in maple syrup and good food!

Brunch at Marché Artisans

Here’s your chance to visit an urban sugar shack that skillfully blends tradition with innovative gastronomy.

Every Saturday and Sunday until April 21st, join us at Marché Artisans for a comforting buffet brunch crafted by Chef Mathieu Couture and pastry chef Jean-Marc Guillot, Meilleur Ouvrier de France. Enjoy braised tempeh beans, maple butter pancakes, split pea soup, and a host of other delicious surprises. But hurry, it’s first come, first served! Brunch is priced at $39.

900 Boulevard René-Lévesque Ouest (Fairmont Reine Elizabeth)

© Marché Artisans

Sugar shack on the terrace of Belvu Hors-Piste

From March 21st to April 7th, Marriott Château Champlain Montreal invites you to experience its Sugar Shack on the Belvu Hors-Piste terrace.

You’ll be transported into a bold fusion of classic and contemporary flavors, blending iconic dishes with reimagined creations. Picture maple syrup sausages, a soufflé omelette, and a reimagined split pea soup. Among the delights to savor, don’t miss out on the famous ‘pudding chômeur’ and maple taffy, evoking the sweet pleasures of the season!

1050 De la Gauchetière Ouest

© Terrasse Belvu Hors-Piste

POP UP SUCRÉ at Centre Eaton

From March 7th to 10th, 2024, discover the SWEET POP UP: a perfect activity to celebrate the maple syrup season in the city!

Celebrate the fusion of local cuisine, art, and culture at the POP UP SUCRÉ in front of the Sephora store from March 7th to 10th, 2024. You can taste the famous maple taffy on March 7th and 8th from 12:30 PM to 2:30 PM, and on March 9th and 10th from 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM. Plus, enjoy a dance performance on March 7th and 8th at 2:30 PM!

705 Rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest (Centre Eaton Montréal)

© Centre Eaton Montréal

Syrup Reserve at h3

At h3, it’s not just about great dining; it’s also a producer of maple syrup! Discover syrups from its own sugar bush, La Cabane du Coureur, used in its recipes! Special mention goes to the maple bourbon syrup, aged in oak barrels for 6 months. A delight!

340 Rue De La Gauchetière Ouest (and online store)

© Montréal centre-ville

Coffee break at Pain Doré

Starting March 6th, Pain Doré offers a complete range of products made entirely from Canadian maple syrup! Indulge without hesitation in the seasonal classics: pies, tarts, and bread. Don’t wait, it’s for a limited time!

4 Downtown Montreal Addresses

Place Ville Marie

1000 Rue de la Gauchetière

Ouest 2055 Boulevard Robert-Bourassa

1455 Rue Peel

Célébrer le temps des sucres au centre-ville : Pain doré
© Au Pain Doré

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