MONTREAL | The fair to the cuisine of the Eaton Centre, in downtown Montreal, will resume progressively from the service after almost four months of inactivity.
The montreal franchise of the Time Out, the Market will come back to life this July 8, after a forced break because of the crisis of the COVID-19.
Walls of plexiglas were installed between tables in the large cafeteria, as well as several stations of disinfectant. An application of the order without contact will also be made available to the customers.
“Time Out Market Montreal offers its guests a space of 40 000 square feet to facilitate the social distancing without losing the richness of the atmosphere that makes the meal at the Time Out the Market so special,” says the CEO Didier Souillat.
For the moment, only six tenants have confirmed the re-opening of their counter. This is the case of the shop Signed Local and the cooking school.
Next to restaurants, chefs Paul Toussaint of the Agrikol and Phong Thach of the Red Tiger are included in the short list of the booths that will be in service as early as 8 July.