The National Bank Open presented by Rogers is just around the corner and fans visiting the tournament will be able to Feel Tennis in many ways throughout the week in both Montreal and Toronto using all five of their senses.
In Montreal, acclaimed chef Antonio Park will bring the Tennis Taste to life by serving up his transformative Japanese and Korean cuisine in his pop-up restaurant on-site during championship weekend from August 11-13. But that’s not all. From high-end dining options to vegan and classic fast food fare, there's something for everyone. Food trucks, l’Espace Pique-Nique, Mandy’s, and Queue de Castor are just a few of the familiar food stops that will be on-site. There will also be an array of beverage options, including the Dragon Cocktail, a tournament signature cocktail which will be available at the Dirty Devil Vodka Terrace.
Need a refreshment, but don't want to miss any of the action? Take advantage of our in-seat service by Voilà par IGA on Centre Court to have food and beverages delivered directly to your seat by using the tournament app. In addition, as part of our ongoing sustainability efforts around the tournament, we are introducing the Ecocup at all restaurant and concession locations around the site.
In Toronto, there are also dining options for everyone, including elevated experiences, vegan choices and some of your favourite restaurant chains will be offering some of their trademark dishes including Harvey’s, The Keg, Fresh, Beavertails, and more. Ready for Happy Hour? Enjoy specialty cocktails, using local spirits at one of our bars around the site, including the signature tournament cocktail at the Dirty Devil Vodka Patio.
Just like in Montreal, use our in-seat service by Voilà on Centre Court to have food and beverages delivered directly to your seat by using the tournament app.
We promise that the Tennis Taste offered during NBO in both cities will be delicious, refreshing, and it will satisfy all your cravings.
Feature image of Chef Antonio Park taken by: Eva Blue