Pamplemousse is here: the beer bar and wood-fired food spot opened on St-Laurent near de Maisonneuve over the weekend.
And now, more details on the project are here. The menu from chef Pelo Brisson-Tsavoussis (ex-Joe Beef, Blackstrap BBQ) has been unveiled, complete with fire-roasted asparagus, pizza (in both butter chicken and deep-dish forms), and Haitian griot ribs with fried plantains, to name a few dishes. (See the full menu below.)
The full beer list is also available, too: Pamplemousse boasts 20 local craft brews on tap, with a focus on “funky” options that get into some sour, fruity, and playful territories. See it over here.
You can also get a better look at the space, with design from Sarah Pelletier. As co-designer and co-owner David Schmidt told Eater previously, Pamplemousse is skipping the dark, woody pub ambiance, instead going for something lighter, with creamy walls and a smattering of the resto-bar’s titular grapefruit colour, complete with exposed brick walls, and a large, elevated booth. For good measure, there’s even a few gratuitous food shots, too.
Pamplemousse is open from 4:30 p.m. to 2 a.m. Wednesday and Sunday, and to 3 a.m. Thursday to Saturday; hours are likely to be extended in the coming weeks.