After summer experiments with lunch, Club Chasse et Pêche plans to make midday service a permanent fixture as of September 20. The upscale rue Saint-Claude restaurant had, for the past five summers, been granted exclusive use of the Château Ramezay's handsome terrasse for the purposes of lunchtime service. That came to an end this year, however, after the historic site's gardens and outdoor spaces underwent renovation.
The decision further expands the profiles of partners Hubert Marsolais and chef Claude Pelletier. The duo opened Le Filet in the Plateau to rave reviews in 2011 and took over the Darling Foundry Cluny space on Prince street this year with the yet-to-open Le Serpent.
· Passons au jardin: Club Chasse et Pêche [Voir.ca]
· Club Chasse et Pêche [Official Site]
[Photo: Tourisme Montreal]