Zeke’s Montreal Restaurant List December 2017

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Another Picture of Montreal Restaurants
Another Picture of Montreal Restaurants

I’ve been slacking off. Seven months in between updates. Pretty much the definition of unacceptable. But after I give myself 40 lashes, I’ll promise to try and do better in 2018. As you might guess, given the time frame, there is an awful lot of movement. 10 places made it onto the “Done and Worth Going Back” side. Candide, Capitaine Sandwich, Foodchain, Chez Léo Snack Bar, Il Miglio, Pier 66, Poissonnerie Rayan, Le Réservoir, Salateen, and Thai Sep.

There have also been numerous changes to the “Not Restaurants” section, as well as the “Good Places to Drink” and “Good to Great Terraces.” But I will let you discover them on your own.

Surprisingly, six places were removed. Most because they closed (two got moved to another list I keep, called Obscure Restaurants).

As usual, Zeke’s Montreal Restaurant List can be found in the upper left hand corner and by clicking here.

Zeke’s Montreal Restaurant List May 2017

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Restaurants in Montreal
Restaurants in Montreal

It’s been a busy spring. Seven places made it from the “To Try” side to the “Done and Worth Going Back” side or the “Good Places to Drink” column. Landry et Filles, Manitoba, Prime BBQ, Bar Le Record, Le Bar de l’ITHQ , Snowbird Tiki Bar and 132 Bar Vintage. Eight places got dropped from the “to Try” side after I visited them.

As usual, Zeke’s Montreal Restaurant List can be found in the upper left hand corner and by clicking here.

Zeke’s Montreal Restaurant List February 2017

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Restaurants in Montreal
Restaurants in Montreal

It’s been a slow winter. One place made it from the “To Try” side to the “Good Places to Drink” column. And one place got dropped. The Cold Room was the one that made the jump. More surprisingly and significantly, Two places on the “Done and Worth Gong Back” side closed (Brasserie Capri and Tous les jours). I also rejigged some things and have started to add dates to restaurants when they are first added to the list, instead of only noting my last visit.

For what it is worth Zeke’s Montreal Restaurant List has been downloaded over 27,000 times.

As usual, Zeke’s Montreal Restaurant List can be found in the upper left hand corner and by clicking here.

Zeke’s Montreal Restaurant List November 2016

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Montreal Restaurants
Montreal Restaurants

Over the past six months five establishments made it on to the good side of the list. Bonanza, Falafel Freiha, Moleskine, Le Mousso, Mr. Pattie, Nine didn’t make the cut.

As usual, Zeke’s Montreal Restaurant List Nov 16 can be found in the upper left hand corner and Zeke’s Montreal Restaurant List Nov 16.

The June 2016 Montreal Restaurant List

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Montreal Restaurants
Montreal Restaurants

This past spring nine establishments made it on to the good side of the list. Amelia’s, Chambre à Part, Cloakroom, H4C, Hoogan & Beaufort, M. Mme, Montréal Plaza, Pistolero, and Wangli Deli. Five didn’t make the cut.

As usual, Zeke’s Montreal Restaurant List can be found in the upper left hand corner and here.

The February 2016 Montreal Restaurant List

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Montreal Restaurants
Montreal Restaurants

A pretty impressive fall. Eight establishments in total made the leap. Six restaurants; Aéropaul, Il Bazzali, Deli Italien Bello, Foxy, Lili Co., M. Trois, and two bars; Chez Dallaire and Major Tom. 15 didn’t make the cut.

As usual, the Zeke’s February 2016 Montreal Restaurant List can be found in the upper left hand corner and here.

Montreal Art Chat, Episode 3, Le Mois de la Photo

Montreal Art Chat, Episode 3

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Le Mois de la Photo a Montreal
Le Mois de la Photo a Montreal

In this episode Erica Blume and Chris ‘Zeke’ Hand discuss the work shown by Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin, Dominique Blain (with Zoe Keating), Hans Eijkelboom, Roberto Pellegrinuzzi, Christopher Baker, MissPixels and Andreas Rutkauskas during Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal.

Montreal Art Chat, Episode 2, Roberto Pellegrinuzzi & Lorraine Pritchard

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Montreal Art Chat, Episode 2

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10 juillet 2015 8:56 photograph, digital print on canvas, acrylic resin 2015 70 x 105.5 cm (27.5” x 41.5”)
10 juillet 2015 8:56
photograph, digital print on canvas, acrylic resin
2015
70 x 105.5 cm (27.5” x 41.5”)

Calendar, 2015 Acrylic and pencil on washi 140.97 x 74.93 cm / 55.5 x 29.5 inches
Calendar, 2015
Acrylic and pencil on washi
140.97 x 74.93 cm / 55.5 x 29.5 inches

In this episode Erica Blume and Chris ‘Zeke’ Hand discuss Roberto Pellegrinuzzi’s exhibition Résonances at Pierre-François Ouellette art contemporain and Lorraine Pritchard’s exhibition Équilibre at Beaux-arts des Amériques

Montreal Art Chat, episode 1

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Montreal Art Chat, episode 1

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Erica Blume and I have started a new podcast that we are calling the Montreal Art Chat. In this first episode we discuss Leitmotifs which was at the Musée du costume et du textile du Québec, along with the Jon Rafman exhibit and David Altmejd’s Flux both of which were at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal

Jon Rafman
Jon Rafman
David Altmejd's Flux
David Altmejd’s Flux
Leitmotifs at the Musée du costume et du textile du Québec
Leitmotifs at the Musée du costume et du textile du Québec

It was originally recorded on August 28, 2015.

The Late September 2015 Montreal Restaurant List

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Montreal Restaurants
Montreal Restaurants

Wow, it was a very slow summer, only one restaurant made it onto the done and worth going back side, Commerce. Seven didn’t make the cut.

As usual, the Zeke’s September 2015 Montreal Restaurant List can be found in the upper left hand corner and here.

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