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Q: Is poutine that crazy food they eat in Montreal that is french fries and sauce and everything?
Q: Does eating poutine cause you to have a heart attack?
A: Well, maybe. If you eat ONLY poutine. But we are not doctors, so we can't say.
Q: Do you have to be French to eat poutine?
A: Although this is a common misconception, no! Anyone can eat poutine, from small children to the elderly.
Q: If you can't pronounce it can you still eat it?
A: Yes! Although we suggest you cram more fries into your mouth, or call it "that delicious gravy-cheese-potato-stuff, you know, whatsitcalled?" so that no one makes fun of you.
Q: Where is the fest?
A: The fest will be held February 23 2014, at Haymarket Brewery.
Q: How much does it cost to get in?
A: Ticket info:
VIP tickets (11 a.m. entry to the 12-2 p.m. session or 3 p.m. entry to the 4-6 p.m. session) are $85 each, and include 3 drink tickets and a drink from Buffalo Trace, 10 poutine tickets, one hour of early admission to the fest, and a limited edition Poutine Fest bag and pint glass.
General admission tickets (12-2 p.m or 4-6 p.m.) are $70 each, which includes 2 drink tickets and a drink from Buffalo Trace, 10 poutine tickets, and a limited edition Poutine Fest bag.
This is a 21+ event. We reserve the right to add extra goodies! All profits from ticket sales will be donated to Growing Home.
Q: How do I get there?
A: You can drive there, or take the bus. A cab is a excellent plan, too! If you live nearby, you could even walk. We'll get some maps together for you shortly.
Q: How long does it last?
A: We'll let you know soon!
Q: Can my restaurant participate in Poutine Fest?
A: If your restaurant is interested in participating in 2015, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org