There are a handful of great steakhouses in the city and most of them are elite members of the Montreal’s culinary landscape that has spanned decades in the restaurant scene; one of these institutions is the Vieux-Port Steakhouse. Located in the historic Old-Port of Montreal, this establishment has been severing and satiating the palates of carnivores for over 30 years. Today, marks the re-launch of the recently revamped Vieux-Port Steakhouse space and identity.
Located in the heart of the Old-Port, the Vieux-Port Steakhouse first opened as a “casse-croûte” by brothers Costa and Tony Antonopoulos in 1973, but it wasn’t until 1983 that the brother duo opened and introduced the steakhouse concept to the city and has continued to grow and expand the business in past 30 years.
With a true passion for quality, the Vieux-Port Steakhouse serves only high-quality cuts of AAA Angus Pride and Sterling Silver beef. Meticulously aged for 30 days, the beef is cooked exactly to order by the seasoned and experienced kitchen staff. Not to be outdone by the meat quality, but this spot has great choices of fish, seafood and pasta dishes for those who are not into meat. Vieux Port Steakhouse also boasts an extensive wine list that offers selections that pair perfectly with all dishes as well as a weekend brunch special that welcomes locals and visitors alike.
I was recently contacted by the View-Port Steakhouse to be a part of their momentous occasion as they usher in this new era of refined steakhouse dining. A winner of the 2014 OpenTable Diner’s Choice Award, The Vieux-Port Steakhouse has paired up with Shut Up and Eat to give YOU my awesome fans and readers an opportunity to Experience Old Montreal and dine at the Vieux-Port Steakhouse! Contest details to come… so stay hungry!
39 Rue St-Paul E
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Sounds interesting. Would be a nice place to take guests from out of town, given the location. Have you tried any of the fish or seafood offerings? I’m more a “fishy person” than a “red-meat eater”. If it would please both of those, that would be great. Since the owners are Greek (like so many restauranteurs!) they should know their fish as well.
The shrimp are great and so is the seafood platter! Yes, I would say it’s a great option for entertaining and bringing people with varied tastes.
That is good to know as I was dreaming (if I should happen to win the prize) of treating an Argentine friend who is deeply unsatisfied with the beef here (she does like our bison though).
More seriously, it does sound like a good value, and guests from out of town love eating in “Le Vieux” and strolling about afterwards.