As of right now, your relationship with fries just got serious. That’s because, as of 12pm today, Frites With Benefits has officially opened their new Granville & Nelson location – their first in Vancouver – by giving out free food....
Poutine gods Camille Fresco and Kosta Kariotakis are coming from the poutine capital of Canada – Montréal, obviously – to bring the high-end restaurant Poutineville to Toronto (296 Brunswick Ave). Here's why you should pay attention
If we look at the current cross-Canada popularity of the fries/cheese/gravy madness known as poutine, we might call those picking it up at Burger King bandwagon jumpers. But on the other end of the spectrum, we have those seeking it out via top restos, where plagiarized versions of Montrealer Chuck Hughes’ Iron Chef-winning lobster poutine are being shamelessly served up
Nous avons reçu quelques demandes spéciales afin de dévoiler nos endroits préférés pour une bonne poutine à Montréal. À bien y penser, pourquoi ne pas l’avoir fait plus tôt? Alors sans plus tarder, voici notre sélection des quatre meilleures poutines de la métropole
Montreal is known for its excessively fun nights and hungry after-party crowds and is full of great midnight menus ranging from Asian food to our cityâ€™s national treasure, poutine. We have been frequently asked about what we recommend as our top spots for those afterhours cravings; here are our top five
We've been asked a few times now to let you in on our favourite poutine spots in Montreal. (Come to think of it, how could we have let this lie for so long?) So, without further adieu, here are our four selects for Montreal's best poutine
The Food Networkâ€™s Wild Chef, Martin Picard, knows his pig. Known for his, go figure, wild and rustic cooking, Martin Picard has created a dining experience in Au Pied De Cochon unlike any other in the city of Montreal.