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  • Veuve Clicquot’s Yellow Brunch at Buonanotte

    45.5130° N, 73.5712° W

    "Let The Yelloweek Festivities Begin"

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    Yesterday, the #Yelloweek festivities in Montreal began at Buonanotte restaurant. The chic restaurant/lounge opened its doors in 1991 and has enjoyed unrelenting success ever since. They specialize in serving authentic Italian dishes in a chic but relaxed environment. At night, the space turns into a popular nightclub, where you’ll find some of the best looking people from the city celebrating the weekend. Throughout the afternoon, we enjoyed some of their best appetizers followed by a delicious serving of gnocchi. We were later told that the gnocchi was a family recipe. It was hands down, one of the best we’ve ever tasted! Meanwhile, our glasses were filled with Veuve’s signature brut champagne, which complemented the dishes wonderfully.

    Head over to Veuve Clicquot’s Yelloweek microsite to see what’s going on in your city for the rest of the week.


    ANTIPASTI

    Frittata
    Confit shallots, puntarella, cacio pepe potatoes.

    Salmone
    Gin cured gravlax, taragon crema, brown butter pangrattato, pickled mustard seeds.

    Porchetta
    House cured bacon beans, 63 degree egg.

    SECONDI

    Gnocchi di ricotta
    Heirloom tomato sauce, buffalo strachatella.

    Vitello
    Milk-fed veal bavette, white corn polenta, heirloom carrots, marjoram sauce.

    DOLCI
    Bomboloni


    Words: Marcus Troy
    Photography: Jon Carlo Tapia