On the occasion of its 6th anniversary, La Champagnerie du Vieux-Montreal is getting a makeover and changing its name. The new spring menu of chef Jacques Coutu will also be unveiled for the occasion.
A refreshed decor
Michel Prete, the designer behind La Voûte, has been contracted to update La Champagnerie’s old interior design to reflect Maison St. Paul’s new image. Cooler colors will replace the shades of black and gold to create a brighter atmosphere. A new section of approximately 10 places will also be added near the entrance to accommodate larger groups.
A gastronomy of high caliber
In addition to its outstanding bubble menu, Maison St. Paul continues to appeal to its high caliber cuisine that makes it one of the best places to dine, saber bottles of bubbly, and party until late at night as it turns into a nightclub on Friday and Saturday nights.
The cuisine of talented chef Jacques Coutu focuses on the freshness and quality of the ingredients. The chef prioritizes local producers, including the Montreal Island farm for its magnificent baskets of fresh vegetables. The new, updated spring menu features dishes such as grilled octopus, shrimp ceviche and extravagant seafood platters. Carnivores will find something to do with the duck plate of the ancestral and artisanal farm “Canard du Village”, not to mention the undisputed king of poutines served with foie gras, lobster and filet mignon.
Happy 6th birthday!
On June 5, Maison St. Paul will begin several days of festivities to celebrate its anniversary and to thank its customers for the last six years. They will also unveil the new decor and their new identity. The evenings will be full of colors and flavors with a superb raw bar offered on the house on Wednesday 5 and Thursday 6 June.
Customers will be able to celebrate with the help of the bottle service, the anniversary which will also mark the kick-off of the Grand Prix for a week of madness. Maison St. Paul promises parties mixed by the best DJs in town including DJ Yo-C & DJ Zo on June 5th, followed by Chris Laroque (Toronto) on Friday June 7th, Toni Vegas (Paris) and Zack Cola on Saturday June 8th and Remy Kersten (Hong Kong) & Carmine Sorrentino (Monaco) will close off the week-end for the brunch on Grand Prix Sunday.
Maison St. Paul continues the tradition of MERCREDIS SABRÉS, a very popular evening since its inception. A selection of private import bubbles carefully selected by the house is offered at 50% of the price.
On Thursdays, JEUDIS RAW BAR are an opportunity to discover incredible raw specialties such as Hawaiian salmon poké and ceviches of all kinds. Seafood is also showcased: king crab, sea urchins, princess scallops, and much loved whelks.
Every summer evening (Tuesday to Sunday), the beautiful terrace on Saint-Paul Street in front of the Bonsecours market welcomes you to spend a delicious moment with friends.