The idea of co-opting and recreating the sugar shack experience in the city has taken off in Montreal in a major way—it's marginally cliché come springtime. Most menus accenting maple are departing from old standards, which can be a hit-and-miss affair. Forget Caribou and tire d'érable—you're more likely to start off with a maple water apéritif and finish with a precious riff on maple pie these days. And don't look for the usual fèves au lard, tourtière and oreilles de crisse either. Montreal chefs are playing with all the rib-sticking classics; dressing them up with culinary school techniques, heightening them with luxurious and/or unusual ingredients and fusing them with outside influences. Here are 12 urban cabane à sucre experiences currently going on in Montreal.Read More
The Essential Guide to Montreal Sugar Shack Menus, 2015
Cabane à sucres go urban.
View as Map
Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.
1. Le Bon Vivant
menu is a soigné little departure from the norm—think birch sap and gin shots and Berkshire pork, tourtière-style, with blinis, sauerkraut, mushroom duxelle and borsht aioli. Reserve here.
Also Featured in:
3. Les Trois Petits Bouchons
5. Invitation V
6. Le Richmond
7. Laurie Raphaël
cabane à sucre twist for brunch. The first two weekends of April represent your last chance to try the likes of spruce beer with whiskey and maple syrup, porky maple doughnut sandwiches and rabbit with truffles and foie gras.
8. Jack Saloon
prix fixe $32 brunch features the likes of bourbon onion soup, salmon tartare, a hot pulled pork sandwich and rib eyes cooked over maple wood.
menu includes five courses.
11. Labarake / Caserne à Manger
12. Le Slang
© 2022 Vox Media, Inc. All rights reserved.