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Charles-Antoine Crête Creates On The Main

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Fresh off his Toqué! departure and À table avec l'ennemi television gig, Charles-Antoine Crête has himself a new project on the Main.

Ève Dumas reports in La Presse that the chef will help put together a kitchen brigade and menu for Richard Holder and Olivier Farley (Bar Waverly) at a long-derelict diner (see above) at 4105 boul. Saint-Laurent.

Other principals include designer Jean-Pierre Viau (Brasserie T!, Laurie Raphaël, Segafredo, Jun i) and graphic designer Thomas Csano. The locale's owner is listed in city records as Ruccolo + Faubert Architects.

All a preamble, of course, before Crête himself helms a new restaurant of his own. Details to come.

· Charles-Antoine Crête en itinérance [La Presse]
· All Charles-Antoine Crête Coverage [-EMTL-]

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