REOPENING OF THE LABO CULINAIRE – FOODLAB AND CAFÉ SAT

New menu, dinner & show offer and takeout picnic basket

Here we go! After a long hiatus, the Labo culinaire – Foodlab and Café SAT are pleased to announce the reopening of their activities, just in time for summer. For the occasion, the SAT is offering a dinner & show for $ 50 + tx & fs , which includes dinner at the restaurant: two savoury dishes and one sweet dish, as well as a half-price ticket for a show in the dome. In addition, a picnic basket will also be available, both for take out and delivery ($ 50 + tx & fs for 2 people). 
 

THE LABO CULINAIRE – FOODLAB
Through its culinary experience, the Labo culinaire – Foodlab invites you to enjoy the Society for Arts and Technology to the fullest. Located on the same floor as the dome, the restaurant offers sought-after, refined, comforting and sustainable cuisine, to be enjoyed on its terrace overlooking downtown Montreal. In addition to the produce harvested directly from the rooftop gardens, the establishment follows a “farm-to-table” philosophy. Chef Timothée Vielajus and his team create a menu that is constantly updated with the arrival of seasonal fruits and vegetables, mostly organic and local. The desserts, made by pastry chef Delphine Bordeleau, offer surprising combinations of flavors and have become a staple of the neighborhood.

To drink, there is a wine list focused on natural, funky, fresh and affordable wines. Moving away from the great wine classics, the selection includes some “diamonds in the rough” and quirky wines that defy convention. There is also an assortment of microbrewery beers and local craft ciders, along with a 100% Québécois signature cocktail list created by head bartender Étienne Cloutier-Mongeau.

Opening hours: Wednesday to Saturday from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Terrace open now
Opening of the dining room: Wednesday June 9
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CAFÉ SAT, THE RESTAURANT’S LITTLE BROTHER
Both a café and a wine cellar, Café SAT offers a similar experience, but at a lower price. Found on the first floor overlooking Peace Park, the café is the perfect place to work remotely or to take a break and enjoy drinks, breakfasts, lunches and snacks prepared in collaboration with the Labo culinaire – Foodlab. Café SAT also offers a natural wine and microbrewery beer list, available to-go or to enjoy on site. Manager Nathan Cross roasts coffee carefully selected in collaboration with the Canadian Roasting Society. Exploring different regions with the support of various importers including activist Semilla, the house espresso has a classic profile exploring notes of chocolate and caramel.

Opening hours: Tuesday to Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Terrace open now
Opening of the café (inside): Tuesday June 8
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Culinary lab – Foodlab and Café SAT
 1201 St Laurent Blvd
sat.qc.ca/en/restaurant-foodlab-labo-culinaire

Like the Society for Arts and Technology, the Labo culinaire – Foodlab and Café SAT are non-profits. Every dollar goes back into the artists and teams.

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