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1930s, Art Deco Inspired Harlow Officially Opens in Old Montreal Today

With 'American gastronomy' from executive chef Jason Bivall.

The new kid on the Place Jacques Cartier block
The new kid on the Place Jacques Cartier block
Harlow

The major reboot of À L'Aventure at 438 Place Jacques Cartier opens to the public at 6:00 p.m. later today. Harlow, from noted Time Supper Club impresarios Steve (Stevie B.) Benhamron and Brahms Yaiche, features an architectural and design plan from Philip Hazan.

Benhamron described the transformation of the handsome 1830s landmark in a recent Eater interview: "We have four elements in mind: a dining room, the bar, the salon and the terrasse. It's a layered effect."

The restaurant is now open for dinner, Wednesday to Saturday, albeit in soft launch mode. A more formal event to introduce Harlow will take place on January 21.

Here's what the space looked like a couple of weeks ago.

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