MONTREAL — Les Rôtisseries St-Hubert and 1909 Taverne Moderne have teamed up to open La Taverne 1909 – signé St-Hubert. The new concept offers popular items from the St-Hubert menu, such as roasted chicken and ribs, for dine-in, takeout and for delivery.
The first location opened this week near the Bell Centre in Montreal and another is set to open near Place Bell in Laval, Que. in October. Featuring giant 4K-resolution screens, the restaurants boast a casual ambiance, varied menu and large beer and wine selection.
“We’re excited about this partnership, which allows us to bring our recognized restaurant expertise to the heart of the action, at the home of the Montreal Canadiens and the Laval Rocket. La Taverne 1909 – signé St-Hubert offers signature dishes from our rotisseries to continue to provide Quebecers with the authentic St-Hubert experience in a brand-new context,” says Richard Scofield, president of Les Rôtisseries St-Hubert
The restaurants will also offer Magnan’s Tavern’s famous roast beef — a regional favourite —accompanied by Magnan’s original sauce. Faithful to the original recipe created by Yves and Hubert Magnan, this prime rib is aged and marinated in the original Magnan blend of spices, guaranteeing its distinctive taste.
“We’re delighted with this new partnership, because it brings together these two Quebec icons, especially since this new offering gives our fans more choices, always with the goal of improving their entertainment experience when they visit the Bell Centre and Place Bell,” says Geoff Molson, president and CEO, CH Group
St-Hubert also announced the closure of its Windsor Station rotisserie following the non-renewal of its lease. The employees affected by the closure will be able to benefit from a relocation program to one of the other 14 St-Hubert rotisseries on the Island of Montreal.