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Montreal gearing up for annual festival

Posted by Paul Kandarian  January 6, 2014 01:09 PM

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The 15th edition of Montreal En Lumiere (Montreal High Lights) runs Feb. 20-March 2, which showcases the city and visiting chefs from San Francisco who are attending to run a series of culinary collaborations, including Michael Tusk (Executive chef/owner of Quince and Cotogna restaurants) and David Barzelay of Lazy Bear. San Fran chefs will create multi-course meals throughout the festival with Montreal counterpart chefs Daniel Boulud, Riccardo Bertolino, Anthony Joyce and Sylvain Levaillant.

There are several lodging packages available which come with one or two-nights’ lodging, admission to various events, gift bags and other offerings, including the “Experience Montreal En Lumiere,” starting at $169; the “Haiti 3D” package starting at $368; “Presenting: Quebec Chefs and Cheeses,” starting at $204;  and “Hats Off to Haiti Convivial Meal,” starting at $159.

The festival also has music, performing arts, and free outdoor family activities. For all information and links for lodging and ticket options, visit www.montrealenlumiere.com or call 855-864-3737.

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