Cosas que hacer en Montreal
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Located in the heart of Little Italy, the Jean-Talon Market is one of the oldest public markets in Montréal. When it originally opened in May of 1933, it was named “Marché du Nord” (north-end marke... más información
In the heart of Little Italy, the Jean-Talon Market is one of the oldest public markets in Montréal. The Jean-Talon Market is known for its numerous local fruit and vegetable vendors as well as the... más información
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The jewel of Montreal’s city parks is, without question, Mount Royal. This 200-hectare park occupies part of the mountain that lies in the midst of Montreal island, and includes the highest spot in... más información
That park is at the center of our city. You'll love it for the view and the hikes you'll be able to take. During winter time you usually can skate on the beaver lake. You'll have great view of the ... más información
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If you're going out in Montreal you have to end your night here ordering Quebec's classic nosh - poutine. La Banquise specializes in the dish, and serves over thirty different kinds of poutine, pl... más información
Located off a busy bike path, this 24 hour hipster joint is famous for its poutine. Let's face it, who can resist soggy fries and chewy cheese curd? Suggestion: ask for extra sauce and WAIT couple ... más información
One can't visit Montreal without eating a Poutine! Head to La Banquise for delicious, creative poutines. A true Montreal landmark, expect a line up at all times. Open 24/7.
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Lafontaine Park is Plateau Mont-Royal’s biggest park. A 40-hectare gem of traditional park landscaping, it includes two linked ponds with a fountain and waterfalls, soccer and baseball fields, beac... más información
Come unwind around the pond, this park is your neighbour! Lafontaine Park is Plateau Mont-Royal’s biggest park. A 40-hectare gem of traditional park landscaping, it includes two linked ponds with a... más información
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The Montréal Botanical Garden, one of the city’s jewels, is recognized as one of the world’s greatest botanical gardens. It offers a colourful program of events, exhibitions and activities all year... más información
Montreal’s Jardin de Montreal, or Botanical Garden, is a 75 hectares oasis in the middle of the bustling city and has a reputation as one of the most important and established gardens in the world.... más información
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This is the "Katz of NYC". Smoked meat essentially is thick slices of pastrami. Served on rye with homemade pickles and mustard. My suggestion: wait in take out line and get brisket (sliced), ry... más información
A Montreal landmark - opened since the 30's - currently owned by Celine Dion's management group. Long line ups at times but so worth the wait. Montreal smoke meat at it's best !
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Located in the southwest of Montréal near the Lachine Canal, the Atwater Market and bordering street are named after the 19th century businessman and municipal politician, Edwin Atwater. It was est... más información
The Atwater Market is one of two large public markets in Montreal. They have a wide selection of meat, cheese, and produce vendors, and everything offered there is much better than anything you wou... más información
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From Poland to Montreal! When he arrived in Canada in 1953, St-Viateur Bagel Shop founder Myer Lewkowicz didn’t know the first thing about baking anything, let alone bagels. He had grown up in a l... más información
It's 4am. You can't fall back asleep. You want to surprise your family with their favorite "Lox & Bagel". You got the fish, cream cheese, capers and onions. Just missing the fresh bagels! Luck... más información
Saint-Viateur bagel, Fairmount bagel... Two iconic places, and I couldn't pick one over the other. Montreal's bagel are simply delightful, and always cheap! Open 24/24.
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In 1919, Isadore Shlafman arrived in Canada and opened the first bagel bakery in Montreal. It was called the Montreal Bagel Bakery. It was located at the back of a lane, just off of Saint-Lawrence... más información
"The Original Fairmount Bagel Bakery". Today, the family continues to make their bagel using the same traditions and methods that Grandfather Isadore brought to us from the old country. All the bag... más información
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More than 12 brews on tap - rotate based on what's in season. This microbrewery makes some of the best IPA in all of Canada - you can even see what the upcoming new brews are. Gets very busy on the... más información
Very popular pub - Terrasse on the street - Produce their own beer. MO-FR: 3pm-3am SA-SU: 1pm-3am ------ Microbrasserie très populaire - Terrasse sur la rue. LU-VE: 15.00-3.00 SA-DI: 13.00-3.00
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In the heart of Montreal's festival area - and across from shopping mall Complexe Desjardins. Also best place to get tickets for shows all around town. Definitely a must-see area especially during ... más información
Place des Arts is a major performing arts centre in Montreal, Quebec, and the largest cultural and artistic complex in Canada in terms of many festivals such as International Jazz Festival. Google ... más información
Arts Plaza in downtown area. Hosts many outdoor events and festivals throughout the summer such as The International Jazz Festival & Just for Laughs
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Nice strong Italian coffee that has lovely terrasse for the summer .. Try cafe latte and enjoy hipster culture there... In summer time they are so many good looking people there!!! Oh mine!
Hipster Italian cafe in a 1970s pool-hall setting with TV sports & a patio (popular even in winter).
Classic Italian-style café in a 1970s pool-hall setting, updated with TV sports and a very popular all-year patio.
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Montreal’s Museum of Fine Arts (Musee des Beaux-Art in French) is the city’s largest museum and attracts over one million visitors each year. Located on Montreal’s historic Golden Square Mile, the ... más información
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts is an art museum in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It is Montreal’s largest museum and is amongst the most prominent in Canada. The museum is located on the historic Gol... más información
Spacious museum showcasing Québec & Canadian visual works, plus international contemporary art - FREE entrance to the permanent collection and temporary exhibition with a fee ($ less on wednesdays)
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AMAZING vegetarian and vegan restaurant. I recommend the Dragon Bowls and the BLT. Replace bacon with coconut? Sounds crazy but it's awesome!
You don't have to be vegan to LOVE the delicious meals here! Open early and close late, they have long hours and a large resto to accommodate how busy they get! LOVE the dragon bowls and smoothies!
Vegan Restaurant. Somewhat expensive for what it is. Bowls + Sandwiches + several Takeout options. Great Brunch on weekends. I recommend the sandwiches, potato wedges and cornbread in particular.
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Place à brunch bien connu du plateau. Il faut y aller tôt (10h max) ou attendre en file. Déco atypique, SDB à essayer / Most iconic brunch place on Le Plateau. Go early (no more than 10am) or wait ... más información
One of the most popular breakfast and brunch places in the Plateau. There is always a line up during the weekend, so try to go early or preferably during the week. Closes at 4:00pm. Cool concept an... más información
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By far my all time favourite restaurant in Montreal. The food, drinks and service are exceptional, and the experience is worth every penny. I usually order the steak for two, which comes with two s... más información
Few restaurants in North America embolden gluttony like Joe Beef. It's the blackboards in every room, scrawled with the names of carnal pleasures in lilting French: foie de veau au girolles, tourn... más información
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Super fun and trendy English pub. They have trivia night once a week and offer up a great Pimm's Cup and fish and chips!
Cool little pub, not pretentious yet always busy. A favourite amongst locals. Also has a terrace if you prefer to be outside. Steps away from Le Bureau, Grinder, and Drinkerie.
If you like locally brewed beer + a great fish and chips + good looking people at the bar, this place is a gem. Plus its 5 metro stops away.
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Vices & Versa is a great Mile-End brasserie. The selection of beers is, as Guy Fieri would say, out of bounds. 30+ beers on tap, many from Montreal and Quebec. Good bistro fare like nachos, a bison... más información
Vices & Versa is a warm friendly bistro with a focus on Quebec's regional products: craft beers on tap and in casks, locally sourced food and concerts. This brewpub is a showcase for local producers.
This bar has 36 craft beers on tap - and are switched up every so often. Large backyard for drinking delicious beers outside on warm evenings.
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Casa is the Montreal veggie/vegan/full bar and live music joint with the heart of solid gold. The atmosphere is a paradox: electric but calm. This feeling is paralleled in the menu: homemade veggie... más información
Casa del Popolo is a bar, bistro, and music venue in Montreal, on Saint Laurent Boulevard. Its name is Italian for "House of the People". It has live shows almost everyday. Young public.
Awesome bar and music venue located right underneath us! Offering affordable shows by local/touring bands every single night, cheap Quebec beer, and vegetarian food!
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This izakaya, or japanese brasserie, is quite the hot spot on the Main for alternative late night eats. You won’t find any sushi here, but rather lots of classic Japanese dishes and recipes like ta... más información
The Big in Japan restaurant is located on St. Laurent at the corner of Pine. The bar of the same name screams elegance and class with its low music, respectfully quiet clients and eclectic ambiance... más información
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Rainy day? Spend hours at the Eaton center! It is located in the heart of the Montreal underground city, and is connected to the Montreal Metro via McGill station, enormous food court, stores, stor... más información
The Montreal Eaton Centre is a shopping mall located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It is located in the heart of Downtown Montreal in the underground city, and is connected to the Montreal Metro via... más información
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Buvette Chez Simone is made of great wines, snacks, and tasteful live music. Perfect for an evening with friends, this place has more than wine, with beers and cocktails as well. To munch there’s c... más información
Also a resto, of sorts - the charcuterie plates are rustic and tasty, the roasted chicken the most popular item on the menu. This is more of a 30+ crowd, and a lot of Franco Quebec film-types (acto... más información
Best wine bar in Montreal! Small wine bar with decent tapas, very good service, cool crowd. Local DJs spinning tunes but it is not so loud that you can't have conversation. Mostly locals.
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Heart Attack Grill meets Cheesecake Factory. Health is of no consideration, and would be your main sacrifice in dining here. A nightmare for most Muslims, The "Pig's Feet" title says it all. Foi... más información
Chef Martin Picard’s hearty Québécois fare, starring foie gras & pork, served in a lively space. - Open 5PM to 12AM
If you're a bacon fanatic, and everything pork, this is the place for you - chef Martin Picard has build up quite a reputation - 15 minute walk - piéce de résistance - poutine au foie gras.
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Hands down best Portuguese rotisserie chicken in Montreal. Get the whole chicken to share with salad and fries — make sandwiches with the leftovers the next day!
If you eat chicken, this is a must! Delicious chicken, fries and salad, served in a styrofoam container to take with you (park across the street) or you can eat in. Always a good idea to call ahead.
C'est l'institution du coin, parmi la tonne de rotisseries qui existe dans le quartier - It's the institution of the neighborhood, of al the Portuguese chicken places that exist in that area
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In a city so enamored with eating breakfast late (or lunch early depending on you look at it), Sparrow is another popular establishment well-known for its brilliant brunches. Designed to look like ... más información
Sparrow is another fabulous Montreal breakfast, brunch, and cocktail spot. Come for the hamburgers, polenta fries, homemade tater tots, and cocktails like Caesars and basil gimlets. Also a flurry o... más información
The dainty cocktail bar is a huge hit with Mile End hipsters. Nab a place on the couch or tuck yourself along the bar, and then order a basil gimlet. They also serve a mighty fine hangover brunch.
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Best sushi in Montréal! Try the degustation menu at 25$ they will bring you the best. Very small, I recommend to reserve. Wood table outside during summer. You can also take out and eat in the park :)
Some says they have the best sushis in town. Reservation compulsory. You can also eat outside (a few seats)... or order and bring them home. They are just great and fancy for a fair price!
Best sushis and japanese dishes in town. The place is tiny so if you go during the week-end, arrive early or try calling to get a reservation. They also do take-out.
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Boulangerie bretonne. Très connue et très bonne. Tout est bon la dedans! / Best bakery in town. Maybe because it's from my home french region: Brittany. Try their ... everything and especially brit... más información
Best croissants and pastries in town. MY personal favorites are the Natural Croissants, Abricotines, Cheese Croissants.... You cant find better.
Excellent french bakery at low prices. Try the "tarte au chocolat et framboises" or "tarte au chocolat et poire".
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Wonderful Iranian breakfast: try the Oriental Sweet Omelet or the Feta Omelet with Iranian bread and a selection of over 7 homemade jams that change weekly.
Iranian restaurant/coffee shop. Very nice to sit by the big open windows during the summer. Delicious brunch (try their omelette feta!)
We love brunch at this persian restaurant and also it's owner, the fantastic and always young Emela. Try the #4 feta omelette, it's to die for!
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Surrounded by great restaurants, a beautiful parc, it's a beautiful cinema with a great selection of french movies.
A small and friendly neighbourhood movie theatre to see french movies.
Independent theatre with new releases and a focus on French cinema.
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Best ice cream place in town. Go for their homemade soft serve, flavor changes every other week. Long line-up but very much worth it! Open only in the summer.
The hottest ice cream joint in Montreal where the whole neighbourhood congregates on hot nights. You'll find all kinds of unusual, delicious ice cream flavours at this cute little place.
Best Ice cream in the World. Things to do before you die!! Highly recommanded. *** Meilleur glace au monde. À essayer avant de mourir! Fortement recommandé.