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20 Photos of the Art Deco, Jazz Age Inspired Harlow in Old Montreal

Now open on Place Jacques Cartier.

Restaurateurs Steve Benhamron and Brahms Yaiche (late of Time Supper Club) have shifted Harlow from soft launch mode to open now mode.

For the first time we also have a visual of the space on Place Jacques Cartier, in the old À L'Aventure restaurant. The makeover by architect Philip Hazan serves as a kind of homage to the Art Deco era of the 1930s.

Harlow's menu is heavy on high-end ingredients and comes courtesy chef Jason Bivall, who last worked at the Gault hotel. There are apps to share (foie gras with Calvados and truffles; 16/20 shrimp with bacon and cherry tomato confit), two pastas (ricotta gnocchi with petits pois; squash ravioli); a selection of half a dozen meat and fish dishes; a 'Royal Treatment' section with the likes of Wagyu for four to six people priced at $245 and whole grilled fish; and, finally, four desserts.

Harlow is now open Wednesday to Saturday as of 6 p.m., until late.

Harlow

438 Place Jacques Cartier, Montreal, QC (514) 396-3330 Visit Website

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