MONTREAL — It’s official — Montreal’s Le Biftheque Steakhouse is set to re-open.
Known as “Montreal’s biggest steakhouse,” the Côte-de-Liesse location has been closed for more than a year since its previous owners declared bankruptcy. Now, under new ownership, the 30-year-old restaurant and butcher shop is undergoing renovations, and there are plans to open to the public in November.
“We’re renovating the building and stuff you don’t see,” owner Michael Seltzer told The Gazette. “We’re spending several million on the building, which is 40,000 square feet.” He also added that the menu will feature many customer favourites, such as garlic mash, croutons and rolls, as well as new items.
The opening party is set for Nov. 12, and the restaurant will open to the public shortly after.