Cabane Au Pied de Cochon
Holiday season at la cabane à sucre Au Pied de Cochon goes from around mid November to the end of December.
During this period, you can order online typical Quebec dishes that can be delivered to your home if you wish. Duck, cassoulet, foie gras terrine, fruit cake, etc. This is the moment to stock up on our always expected Montreal classic… our famous tourtière PDC. It is available online and at our pop-up store located on Duluth Avenue East, all along December.
It is a way to alleviate your preparation for the Holiday season and concentrate on the essentials: have fun with your friends and family.
Do not forget to pre-order before coming: visit our online store for more details.
We're opening our traditional pop up store located at 615 Duluth Avenue East, Montreal, open to the public from December 1 to 16, except Monday and Tuesday, from noon to 6 pm and from December 17 to 23, Monday and Tuesday inclusively, from noon to 8pm.
La cabane Au Pied de Cochon, located at 11382 Rang Fresnière, in St-Benoit de Mirabel, will be open to the public on December 20, 21 and 22, from noon to 8pm.
Limoilou - We're opening our traditional pop up store in Limoilou, on Saturday December 1st at the Marché public de Limoilou - Édition des Fêtes, located on 12th Street, from 11am to 3pm.
Shawinigan - We're opening our traditional pop up store in Shawinigan, on Sunday December 2, at Salon Wabasso, inside the microbrewery Le Trou du Devil, located at 1250 av de la Station, from 11am to 3pm.
Sherbrooke - We're opening our traditional pop up store on Saturday December 8, at Després Laporte, located at 185 Burlington Street, Sherbrooke, from 11am to 3pm.
Lévis - We're opening our traditional pop up store in Lévis, on Saturday, December 22 at La Laiterie Charlevoix du Marché de Lévis, located at 5751 J.B. Michaud Street, from 11am to 3pm.
Remember, do not forget to pre-order before coming!
Cabane d'à Côté
Holiday season at la Cabane d'à Côté goes from around mid November to the end of December.
It's the return of slow cooking! A kitchen on a wood fire that revisits braised, comforting dishes and other culinary classics that we never get tired of. A classic and old-fashioned menu, enhanced by our personal touch. Honoring the late harvests of the previous summer, now prepared in the form of caning, various marinades and other fermentation processes.
The menu offers a beautiful variety of organic and natural wines, responsible for the environment, which puts forward winemakers chosen to become organically ingrained with our philosophy: a desire to serve local products, from our farm to your table.
The cost of the experience is $56 (plus taxes and service) per person. Children from 4 to 12 years can benefit a reduced price. Free for kids under 3.
The Cabane offers a set menu.
To make a reservation, you must access the reservation section