Montreal restaurants selling wine without food in act of civil disobedience

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Montreal restaurants selling wine without food in act of civil disobedience
David McMillan of Joe Beef encouraged fellow Quebec restaurant owners to sell bottles of wine without food to clients today as an act of civil disobedience, and to post “evidence” (presumably these are all staged pics) on social networks.

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A number of Quebec restaurateurs have been demanding that the provincial government amend restaurant permits that currently forbid the sale and delivery of alcohol without food. Restaurants in Montreal have been closed for dining-in since Oct. 1, when the city was declared a COVID-19 red zone. A number of bar and restaurant staff recently protested in Old Montreal because the financial aid they were promised by the province in October had not arrived.

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Montreal restaurants selling wine without food in act of civil disobedience

To see restaurants that participated in the protest today, please click here.

For more on the food and drink scene in Montreal, please visit the Food & Drink section.
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