by Alexandra Forbes
I just found out about a very cool little pop-up market called the Marché du Foodlab which will be up and running every Thursday, Friday and Saturday until October 1 at the Place de la Paix in downtown
Montreal. They have Grumman78 tacos, a crazy dude from Barcelona making paella with real saffron (pictured above) and a funky mix of clientele.
It takes place in a public square just South of the SAT (Society for Arts and Technology):
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Here are the producers who are participating (plus the taco truck Grumman78):
|FERME DE LA BERCEUSE |
More than 30 varieties of organic veggies and fruits, brought from the farm of Robin Fortin and Réjean Forget.
|LES JARDINIERS DU CHEF |
The organic microgreens and herbs by Pierre-André Daignault are famous among chefs: he supplies many of the top tables in town.
|LA QV |
Sellers of gluten-free and nitrates-free charcuteries by Fou du Cochon, cider vinegar, fresh goat's cheeses.
|GRUMMAN 78 |
Hipster taco truck owned by the couple Marc-André Leclerc and Hilary McGown, serving freshly-made tacos with freshly-sourced ingredients.
Thursdays and Fridays, noon to 7 PM
Saturdays, 10 to 4 PM
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