The principals that gave Montreal Burgundy Lion, Brit & Chips and Bishop & Bagg recently unveiled Newland & Jump. The stockist of local and homemade goods and imported British items — condiments, jams, sweets, clothes, shoes and more — adheres to the same ethos that underpins the group's successful pub ventures in the city. The shop, named after partner Toby Lyle's mother and partner Paul Desbaillets's grandfather, sells Bishop & Bagg-prepared sandwiches on homemade bread (think classics like a bacon butty, cheddar and chutney, and trout salad) which customers can take out or enjoy at a 12-seat counter that faces onto Saint-Viateur.
Desbaillets says that a modest tea service is also in the works. Newland & Jump sells a wide variety that customers will be able to sample in a designated area with, perhaps, a scone from Léché Desserts. Other edible, Brit-centric items of note include frozen, homemade meat pies and pasties and, soon, Brit & Chips-branded tartare sauce.
Status: Newland & Jump, 54 Saint-Viateur Ouest. Monday to Friday, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Certified open.