#Burg­erWeek Eat and vote for your favourite burger

Montreal Times - - Front Page - By Elsa Maret mtl­times.ca

Are you a fan of burg­ers and good food? Then you won’t want to miss Mon­treal’s Burger Week com­ing up Septem­ber 1st. #Burg­erWeek is a food con­test where 40 restau­rants take part in a race for the best burger in town. It’s a chance for chefs to get cre­ative and be ex­trav­a­gant with their com­bi­na­tion of flavours to cre­ate the win­ning burger.

This year, the burger con­test will take place in 6 dif­fer­ent Cana­dian prov­inces as well as in the United States. Over 400 restau­rants will take part and Mon­treal will rep­re­sent 40 of those renowned restau­rants.

Each burger will be sold 10$ dur­ing #Burg­erWeek and will all be unique in taste! If you’re in a rush, the event has part­nered up with the de­liv­ery ser­vice, JUST EAT, to bring you your favourite burger when­ever and wher­ever you are in the city.

A range of the Mon­treal’s best restau­rants will take part in #Burg­erWeek, in­clud­ing Fabergé, Le Gras Dur Café Vasco da Game… Here is the list of all of the restau­rants join­ing the con­test this year:

Au­tumn in all its splen­did colours has de­scended on Parc Jean-Dra­peau, to the great de­light of fam­i­lies, sports en­thu­si­asts and lovers of na­ture and the out­doors.

The Parc has a glit­ter­ing ar­ray of ac­tiv­i­ties dur­ing the fall sea­son: ro­man­tic strolls along the Sain­tLawrence River, hik­ing on Mont Boullé, bike rides on the many cy­cling paths and trails, pic­nics, a pub­lic art cir­cuit, vis­its to the Ste­wart Mu­seum and the Bio­sphere, En­vi­ron­ment Mu­seum, and, es­pe­cially, pic­ture-tak­ing of the unique area with its gor­geous views of down­town Mon­tréal and the glo­ri­ous au­tumn colours! And, for the more coura­geous, there's the Fright Fest at La Ronde, where ter­ri­fy­ing mon­sters, zom­bies and vampires take over the amuse­ment park.

You can also en­joy a snack or drink at Ter­rasse 67, on Satur­days and Sun­days, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., un­til Mon­day, Oc­to­ber 13, when it closes for the sea­son.

Just a few steps from down­town Mon­tréal and the South Shore, Parc Jean-Dra­peau is the prime place to es­cape from the daily grind, be­cause of the ever-present fauna and flora, the many streams and la­goons, the Flo­ralies gar­dens, Mont Boullé and more than 25 kilo­me­tres of cy­cling routes and hik­ing paths, in­clud­ing Cir­cuit Gilles-Vil­leneuve.

About Parc Jean-Dra­peau

Sit­u­ated in the heart of the Saint-Lawrence River, Parc Jean-Dra­peau has a wide ar­ray of recre­ation-tourist at­trac­tions that make it a one-of-a-kind place in Canada. For com­plete de­tails on Parc Jean-Dra­peau's ac­tiv­i­ties, please go to the web­site at:

B-Burger Restau­rant Emil­iano’s PORCO Sta­tion des Sports Bur­gundy Lion Fabergé Osco! DAS BIER Ir­ish Em­bassy Pub&Grill Les Gourmet Burger Burger Royal Le Bird Bar Mon­sieur Restau­rant Ha­choir Le Gras Dur Vladimir Pou­tine Bistro Lau­ren­tien...

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