Here we go again Montreal!!! It’s time for the annual Lobster clam jam culinary festival, which is back for its third edition this Sunday, May 24th. Being a huge success over the past 2 years, the PR king of Montreal, Fabio Broccoli, is bringing on its 3rd Annual Edition, and this time it is looking more promising than ever.
Lobster Clam Jam is a newer style of outdoor festival. This is not only a food festival; this is an upscale culinary event giving companies from around the city the opportunity to show the people of Montreal what they have to offer. The participating restaurants go above and beyond every year to offer an intriguing experience for everyone’s eyes, ears and taste buds. And do not let the name deceive you. This festival is serving far more than just lobster; there is something for everyone, even the pickiest of eaters such as myself. On the menu you can expect anything from lobster, steak, cocktails, dessert, smoothies, Asian fusion and so much more. You can check out the official event page to get a better idea of what some of the participating restaurants will be offering. And you can once again expect to find the sexy boys from Nectar & Mixologie on site with your cocktail needs covered. We Def cannot forget them.
Kids are more than welcome and families are actually encouraged to attend due to the fact that the goal of Lobster Clam Jam is to raise Money for the starlight children’s foundation. There are loads of activities going on for them as well such as face painting, a caricature drawer, bouncy castles and so much more.
Fabboss is known across the city for his upscale events. Not only does he organize success after success, but he brings a great atmosphere along for the ride, which is easier said than done here in MTL. I see no better way of spending your Sunday funday than outside at the beautiful Chateau Saint Ambroise enjoying some delicious eats, yummy cocktails, and maybe even getting my face painted because, well yea know, IDGAF. Lol
If you have yet to get your tickets then click here for all the details and purchasing. Tickets start at 40$ including 4 food/beverage coupons, and children under the age of 12 get in for free. Oh and remember they have a promo going on with über for first time users, so Let’s show Mtl who’s boss, and über the shit out of this event. See you there.
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