This stream will be updated with every restaurant, bar and café closure that Eater reports on throughout 2018 — bookmark it to keep up with every eviction, bankruptcy, and retirement.
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The borough’s only McDo has vanished from Mont-Royal Avenue
Including the final farewell for a Chinese classic
And other closures to note
L’Orchidée de Chine’s owners are ready to move on
Including the demise of a smoky barbecue spot
After two years, the dining destination goes for a 180 degree change
Including reshuffles at a meaty NDG eatery
Vézina wants to focus on his fast-casual chain
Including another Little Italy go-to that bites the dust
You win, Tim Hortons?
Including an Old Montreal wine destination
Including a curry house departing the Village
Protests and petitions didn’t work
And goodbye to a Griffintown vegetarian favourite
Including the closure of a wacky wine spot
Including the reversal of a Plateau favourite’s forced closure
Prepare to farewell Laurie Raphaël
Expect two new projects, as well
After just 18 months
Its staff are mostly heading over to a new downtown venture
And other restaurant closure news
Including a shiny, only-one-year-old Plateau bistro
Including one less taco restaurant on the Plateau
Following a five-alarm fire that knocked out several businesses
"I’m hoping to make it look a little bit more luxurious without losing the soul of what Lawrence is."