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The Festival International de Jazz de Montréal offers an appetizing array of on-site food services sure to please even the most discerning palates. For a delectable meal among friends washed down with a glass of wine, head to one of the Festival’s three restaurant terraces. People looking to grab a quick bite before the next show can pick and choose at one of the Festival’s many food kiosks. Sweet, salty or spicy – there’s a little something for every taste. Bon appétit!


Enjoy chicken pitas and super hamburgers served with our delicious fries. The menu also features refreshments, with or without alcohol. A terrace near the stage allows you to enjoy the best of both worlds of the Festival!

Le Kiosque mangues en fleur

Come taste delicious mangos, expertly cut into flower shapes and served on a stick. And if you’re feeling daring, why not add some special Mexican spices to kick up the flavour?

La Porchetta

Porchetta is an Italian specialty. The menu features spit-roasted pork sandwiches and homemade potatoes with lemon and rosemary. Ste.Catherine St. near St. Urbain.

L’Atelier d’Argentine

Located on Balmoral St., this kiosk features the woodwork and rustic tables of characteristic Argentinean décor and serves the country’s delicious grilled sandwiches!


A deliciously healthy menu, consisting of fresh, seasonal products. A wide variety of cold soups, sandwiches and salads. Vegetarian menu offered.

Wienstein & Gavino’s

Wienstein & Gavino’s is proud to offer its selection of classic Italian foods for the duration of the Festival. The menu features delicious Italian pastas and homemade pizzas, and of course, tiramisu for those with a sweet tooth. Benvenuti!

Chariots à hot-dogs

Super all-beef hot-dogs and Debreziner sausage.

Bar terrasse

Get your first-class spot with a view of the stage. With seating and table service. Enjoy the view with a refreshing beverage and–yes–a delicious lobster roll!

Les Bistros SAQ

Enjoy delicious wines from the official Festival selection, fine cheeses, lobster rolls, summer salads and other local delights, all the while enjoying the performance action around you. In addition, some evenings in the Grand Bistro will feature a special menu created on-site by chef Thierry Maurer from Canard Rougié products. Also, head to the express service counter, at the corner of De Maisonneuve Blvd. and St. Urbain St., right in the heart of the Festival, to discover an incomparable range of special cocktails.

Lounge Heineken

An urban pub atmosphere in the heart of the on-site activities: this resto-terrasse offers shows as well as mouth-watering treats—pulled pork burgers, nachos, tacos, salads, quesadillas, pizzas, etc.—in a relaxed summer atmosphere. Open every day during the Festival.

Bar & Terrasse Amarula

On the menu: Amarula frozen cocktails, coffees and Amarula shooters in chocolate cones!

Le kiosque Porto Cabral

Discover an exclusive range of ports and discover summer cocktails based on white port. A new addition this year: sangria au porto.

Café Jura

Enjoy the perfect closer to a meal or snack with an espresso, a cappuccino or an alcoholized coffee, hot or cold.

Fontaine Naya

Help keep the Festival eco-responsible! Aside from the sale of exceptional quality Naya spring water, the Fontaine Naya offers reusable water bottles, as well as the option to refill your own bottle. Located on Ste. Catherine. near Jeanne-Mance.

Both SAQ bistros and the Pub Heineken have electronic payment terminals and therefore accept both debit and credit cards. The other kiosks take cash only.

We’re proud to say that 90 to 95 percent of the food sold on the Festival site is purchased less than 40 km from its point of distribution. As well as support the local economy, these local food purchases allow us to reduce carbon emissions stemming from the transportation to market of products from abroad.

Your purchases help the festival present free shows.