Hours: Tuesday to Saturday from 6:00PM until close
Old Montreal restaurant classics in the heart of Little Burgundy. An homage to Charles "Joe-Beef" McKiernan, 19th century innkeeper and Montreal working class hero. A drunken crawl away from the Historic Atwater market. Steaks and seafood.
Dinner hours: Tuesday to Saturday from 6:00PM until close
Seaside cottage charm and bustling oyster counter. Sexy Old World wines, and crazy fresh market food. A great club house feel. Perfect for gin-tonic fueled evenings with relatives, friends, lovers and/or Peter Hoffer (aka "The HOFF").
Hours: Tuesday to Saturday from 3:00PM to 12:00AM
No Reservations : Thank you
Joe Beef t-shirts available for delivery.
$25 + Shipping and handling to your favorite location
Color: Black. 100% cotton.
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Suite offering: Full shaker cupboard kitchen; pots, pans, tableware and stainless appliances, harvest table seats up to 8, bright subway tiled rainshower bathroom, Queen size tech air mattress memory foam hide-a-bed. Cot bed for children. No TV, but free WiFi for your entertainment.
Gorgeous high wood beamed ceilings, Peter Hoffer art and Joe Beef bric-à-brac eclectic decor. Large sun-filled windows offer a view of Joe Beef's garden in the back, Historical Corona Theatre in the front.
A stone's throw from Atwater Market and Lionel-Groulx metro station. Joe Beef, Liverpool House and Vin Papillon next door. Burgundy Lion Pub across the street. A 5 minute cab ride to Bell Center and downtown Montreal.
Starting at $185 per night, long term available.
Your choice of oysters, shrimp, scallops, crab, clams, cockles and winkles, lobster, mixed sauces, and lemons. Full service beer, bubbles and wine. Accommodating parties of 20 to 200.
"As I leafed through the pages I came to be charmed by their story and the unconventional way the book is laid out. There is a sense of history to the book and their deep love of Montreal is evident throughout. There is richness in detail and usually a lovely idiosyncratic story for each recipe that makes the book as much of an engaging read as a straightforward cookbook." ~Judge Alice Waters, Food52's Piglet Tournament of Cookbooks"',