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MILE END— His challah is a shabbos table smash. His babka made waves. His panettone won raves from nonne and grandsons alike. Now Jeffrey Finkelstein wants to conquer marshmallows. Also, exceptionally, the bakery is open today and tomorrow and next Monday and Tuesday. [Instagram]

CHINATOWN— Important news: Orange Rouge chef Aaron Langille makes good pig and cold smokes massive oysters. [Twitter]

OLD MONTREAL— Fresh off Racines, the MTLCuisine restaurant group has further plans for Old Montreal. See here too. [Twitter]

CHEFBROS— Michele Forgione got a sweet gift from Impasto partner Stefano Faita. Oh and more fresh pasta porn. [Instagram]

PLATEAU— Maison Publique's holiday schedule is here. [Twitter]

COLLABOS— For epic Ferran Adrià and elBulli shots, take a look at the Flickr pool of Taste Buds and Molecules author François Chartier. [Flickr]

OLD MONTREAL— Le Bremner knows just how to mix charity and debauchery. [Instagram]

LITTLE BURGUNDY— As per the usual procedure, Joe Beef, Liverpool House and Le Vin Papillon are on holiday for the next two weeks. [-EMTL-]

GRIFFINTOWN— Le Richmond is open on New Year's Eve. [Twitter]

STAFF PARTY WIRE— The Monkland Tavern crew got down at Garde-Manger yesterday. [Twitter]

OLD MONTREAL— Les 400 Coups needs a cook. [Instagram]

AWARDS SEASON— Who is the more enthusiastic and passionate Montreal chef, we wonder? Marc-André Royal (Le St-Urbain, La Bête à Pain) or Antonio Park (Park)? [Twitter]

Liverpool House

2501 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Le Sud-Ouest, QC H3J 1N6 (514) 313-6049 Visit Website

Joe Beef

2491 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Le Sud-Ouest, QC H3J 1N6 (514) 935-6504 Visit Website

Orange Rouge

106 rue de la Gauchetière Ouest, Montreal, Quebec H2Z 1L1 (514) 861-1116

Les 400 coups

400 rue Notre-Dame Est, Montréal, QC H2Y 1C8 514-985-0400 Visit Website

Le Vin Papillon

2519 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Le Sud-Ouest, QC H3J 1N4 (514) 439-6494 Visit Website

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