May 17, 2022

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Offer new dishes at the National Museum of Fine Arts in Quebec

Offer new dishes at the National Museum of Fine Arts in Quebec

Muse National des Beaux-Arts du Quebec (MNBAQ) has announced the arrival of new partners to offer a renewed culinary offer.

MNBAQ has signed an agreement to hand over the management of the restaurant in the Pierre Lassonde Pavilion to the Je Reçois Group. Chef Laurent Godbout signs the restaurant menu.

“The goal of this partnership is to meet the needs and expectations of the museum’s multiple clients,” said Sophie Lemlin, Director of Communications and Marketing at MNBAQ. It is an experienced group, recognized for implementing the best practices in its field and a great chef, whose signature is distinctive.

Cafe Quebecore by Laurent Godbout

As of April 26, Cafe Quebecore Museum welcomes visitors as well as traveling customers through Laurent Godbout. In the gleaming space of the pavilion the chef serves an evolving menu according to the themes of the seasons, visits and exhibitions of the museum.

The Quebec company caters to all the culinary requirements for tailor-made planning of events at the Le Groupe Je Reçois Museum.

Je Reçois Group also oversees counter management Vitality At the Pierre Lassonde Pavilion, it offers specialty coffees and high-quality fresh produce to take or eat, as well as all functional items Cubacore Coffee by Laurent Godbout.

In addition, as the new manager of MNBAQ’s culinary offerings, Le Group will be working with the J Recois Museum team to develop a catering concept planned for the future Espace Riopelle, which will eventually open its doors. 2025. The restaurant in the Central Pavilion, temporarily closed, will be moved to these new locations.

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