Close to 70 years of excellent char-grilled chicken.
A tradition of excellence, since 1953
Côte-St-Luc Bar-B-Q, one of Montreal’s best charcoal-grilled chicken institutions, opened its doors in 1953 on Côte Saint-Luc Road, corner of Earnscliffe Ave. The idea was simple: cook rotisserie chicken on hardwood charcoal to perfection, and that’s what we’ve been serving ever since.
Our second restaurant opened to the public in 1987 in the West Island on Boulevard des Sources. We’ve been serving the West Island of Montreal for close to 35 years.
For almost 70 years, our chefs have kept careful watch over each chicken’s grilling time so they are crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside. After all these years, we can confidently say that our experience with charcoal rotisserie chicken has aged to perfection.
Painting by Michael Litvack.
OUR MONTREAL (NDG) RESTAURANT
OUR WEST ISLAND (DDO) RESTAURANT
CÔTE-ST-LUC BAR-B-Q GRAND OPENING
Opening of our first restaurant on Côte Saint Luc Road in NDG.
Did you know?
– Jazz saxophonist Charlie Parker records his album Montreal 1953 at the CBC studios.
– The newly formed Montreal Transportation Commission replaces streetcars with buses.
– Montreal Canadiens wins the 7th Stanley Cup of their history, with Émile “Butch” Bouchard as their Captain.
– Park Belmont celebrates 30 years of operation. The amusement park will welcome friends and families until 1983.
SECOND RESTAURANT OPENING
Opening of our second restaurant on Sources Boulevard in the West Island (DDO).
Did you know?
– The top single by a Canadian artist, reaching #29 of the top 100 list, is “Can’t Help Falling In Love”, a cover of the Elvis Presley classic by Montreal-born Corey Hart.
– Matt Groening’s The Simpsons begins as a cartoon short in a variety program. The first full episode will air on December 17, 1989.
– Montreal-born Mario Lemieux scores the winning goal against the USSR in Game 3 of the Canada Cup.
– On July 14, more than 100 millimetres of rain fall on the Island of Montreal.
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CHAR-GRILLING CHICKEN TO PERFECTION SINCE 1953
FOOD TRANSFORMED AND PACKAGED ENTIRELY IN QUEBEC
CURBSIDE PICK-UP & CONTACTLESS DELIVERY
BLAST FROM THE PAST
The future location of our first Côte-St-Luc Bar-B-Q restaurant, on Côte Saint-Luc Road in NDG, photographed in 1932.
What type of car is it?
After an extensive research, we believe the car in the bottom left corner of the photo is a 1932 Ford B 400. Did we get it right?