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Catch your favourite tennis players at these local hotspots during Rogers Cup this summer!

Aug 02, 2017
written by: Tennis Canada
written by: Tennis Canada
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See Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray, Milos Raonic and other ATP stars up close during Rogers Cup presented by National Bank in Montreal. Catch them at Uniprix Stadium from August 4 to 13 and maybe even cross paths with them around town. Nearly twenty of Montreal’s best restaurants will reserve tables for the players and their entourages throughout the tournament.

The ATP’s best and brightest will have the opportunity to discover some of the city’s finest dining and their fans may get the chance to catch a glimpse of them off the courts. Fostering pride in our local gastronomy, the participating restaurants will extend a unique welcome to the tennis superstars.

The partner restaurants will provide complementary meals for the ATP players.

Below is the list of participating restaurants:

Tapeo — 511 Villeray, Montreal (Quebec) H2R 1H5 (http://restotapeo.com/en/)

Discover a wide variety of Spanish dishes skilfully prepared by head chef Marie-Fleur St-Pierre and appreciate the authenticity of excellent service by owners and staff who strive to make your visit memorable. Enjoy seasonal dishes paired with specially selected Spanish wines in a warm and friendly atmosphere.

Mesón — 345 Villeray, Montreal (Quebec) H2R 1G8 (http://restomeson.com/)

In the heart of Villeray, Mesón is a unique bistro that serves a variety of comforting and original Spanish-inspired dishes. Expect to be enthusiastically received by the restaurant’s young and dynamic team.

*Note that Marie-Fleur St-Pierre of Tapeo and Mesón is the official chef of the 2017 edition of Rogers Cup presented by National Bank. During the tournament, her signature dishes will be served at Club Platine Banque Nationale Gestion privée 1859.

Jun I — 156 avenue Laurier West, Montreal (Quebec) H2T 2N7 (http://www.juni.ca/)

Jun I understands the essence: offering high-quality Japanese cuisine. The restaurant’s talented chef is driven by his passion for culinary art and new trends, and the freshness and refinement of the food are unmatched. An impressive wine and sake list enhance the flavour combinations. A tasting menu is available to sample a little bit of everything.

Le Filet — 219 avenue Mont-Royal West, Montreal (Quebec) H2T 2T2 (http://www.lefilet.ca/)

Stylish and trendy with terrace dining in summer, Le Filet has focused its menu on seafood. Located on Mont-Royal ouest facing Parc Jeanne-Mance, the restaurant is the brainchild of Hubert Marsolais and chef Claude Pelletier—the duo who launched Le club chasse et pêche. Le Filet created quite a buzz and continues to draw crowds.

Le Serpent — 257 Prince, Montreal (Quebec) H3C 2N4 (http://www.leserpent.ca/)

Le Serpent is an elegant and contemporary Italian bistro-bar with industrial accents. The menu features appetizers and mains that emphasize quality and highlight the chef’s savoir-faire. The exceptional wine list is carefully selected by sommelier Philippe Boisvert, who is also a partner in the venture.

Toqué ! – 900 place Jean-Paul-Riopelle, Montreal (Quebec) H2Z 2B2 (http://www.restaurant-toque.com/)

Thanks to the hard work of its owners and employees, Toqué! has been an institution in Quebec’s gastronomic landscape for the past two decades. A meal at this prestigious address is a veritable experience. With a brimming wine cellar and marvellous dishes, Toqué! embodies the delight of an exceptional moment.

Ferreira Café — 1446, Peel, Montreal (Quebec) H3A 1S8 (http://ferreiracafe.com/fr/)

There is no mystery as to why Ferreira Café quickly established itself as one of the best restaurants in town: a visionary owner, an inspired chef, high quality products and a talented and dedicated team. An unforgettable experience of discovery, sharing and warmth in a cosy atmosphere: modern Portugal in downtown Montreal. Your first visit won’t be your last.

Le H4C — 538 place Saint-Henri Montreal (Quebec) H4C 2R9 (http://leh4c.com/)

Seeking to pair sustainable and responsible architecture and gastronomy, Chantal Paradis, Marc-André Vallée and renowned chef Dany Bolduc transformed a former post office in the Saint-Henri neighbourhood into a culinary haven, serving bold seasonal fare in an elegant and textured décor. The H4C team focuses on fresh local products to create a menu that includes vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free selections.

Les Enfants Terribles – 1 place Ville-Marie, 44th floor, Montreal (Quebec) H3B 2E3 (http://www.jesuisunenfantterrible.com/)

Enjoy the panoramic view and audacious reinvented Quebec cuisine as Les Enfants Terribles merges style and comfort to create unique dishes inspired by childhood favourites. Local products take centre stage to rethink the classics and explore new gastronomic trends.

HVOR — 1414  Notre-Dame West, Montreal (Quebec) H3C 1K9 (http://hvor.ca/)

In a sleek and sophisticated setting, HVOR offers a selection of organically farmed dishes. The restaurant has its own urban garden, which produces nearly 2 000 plants per season, and a rooftop beehive. The team has also forged strong ties with biologists from across Quebec to source ingredients of the highest quality. The chef and his brigade create surprising and innovative weekly menus that combine fish, meat and vegetarian dishes based on the seasons and harvests.