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Harlow Wants to Give Place Jacques Cartier a Shot in the Arm

New project from Time Supper Club honcho to open in notorious restaurant wasteland.

Harlow is about to invade Place Jacques Cartier
Harlow is about to invade Place Jacques Cartier
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Harlow, a new restaurant from principals Franklin Yaiche and Steve Benhamron, is under construction in the old À L'Aventure at 438 Place Jacques Cartier in Old Montreal.

Benhamron was previously implicated in Time Supper Club (which has an actual Wikipedia entry) and co-operates the enigmatic Don't Tell My Booker, whose apparent objective "is to leverage the company’s experience and knowledge gained from working in all areas of the entertainment industry to further the goals of like-minded clients in the fashion, music, art and luxury sectors."

Of Benhamron, the company's NSFW website writes:

Stevie b. Hamron has more than 15 years of leadership experience building global brands and guiding top-tier companies in the restaurant and nightlife industry.

In 2002, hamron moved back to montreal in order to open the infamous time supper club which has attracted a multitude of high profile media and celebrities such as madonna, angelina jolie, bono, jon bon jovi, leonardo di caprio, jude law and prince andrew.

So what will Harlow offer Place Jacques Cartier tourists and Old Montreal denizens? Hints may come from the restaurant's Instagram profile, where management offers the hashtags #bar #lounge #food #foodporn #entertainmentdinning #nightliferevolution.

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