Le Grand PoutineFest is on in the Old Port of Montreal through July 30

Myriad permutations of Quebec’s national dish — weighing in at roughly two pounds per serving — are now being sold by the Clock Tower Quay.

After installing its vendors across the Montreal area and in other Quebec towns since late April, le Grand PoutineFest has arrived in the Old Port, where myriad permutations of Quebec’s national dish will be served from July 19 to 30. From pulled pork and shish taouk poutine to vegan and shrimp-topped options, le Grand PoutineFest aims to offer something for everyone — who digs roughly two pounds of fries, curds and gravy, that is.

The site, located at 33 de la Commune W., near the Clock Tower Quay, will be open from 5 to 9 p.m. today, from noon to 9 p.m. from July 20 to 22 and July 24 to 29, and from noon to 8 p.m. on July 23 and July 30.

Le Grand PoutineFest comes to the Old Port of Montreal from July 19 to 30

For more on Le Grand PoutineFest in Montreal, please visit their website.

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