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Jean Talon Market is one of the two main markets in the city. Located in Little Italy, it's a great place to buy produce but also just to hang out and eat outside in the summer.

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The Atwater Market is one of few (partly) outdoor market in the city. It's located in an old train station. They have stands with great produce, plants and flowers. There are also great shops and p... más información

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Café Olimpico is a somewhat of a Mile End institution. It has been around for years. It's a typical Italian café. The coffee is good and strong, they show soccer games on the TV's and they have old... más información

Recomendado por 155 anfitriones de la zona

Casa Del Popolo (or simply Casa for the regulars) is a pretty unique place. It's been around for a long time and attracts a mostly anglo crowd of artsy and slightly hippie type (and I mean that in ... más información

Recomendado por 134 anfitriones de la zona

La Buvette is a Mile End staple. It's been open for about 15 years but it's still as popular as ever. They're mainly a wine bar but they also serve tapas style food (until late). It's more of a sit... más información

Recomendado por 144 anfitriones de la zona

Big in Japan Bar is a speakeasy-type bar specializing in sake and Japanese whisky. The interior is really unique with a bar that stretches and twists all across the place, so that everyone is techn... más información

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Romados is another well known address to Montrealers. It's THE classic Portuguese rotisserie. The setting is not fancy but it's cheap, generous and delicious. Plus, you can always take it to go and... más información

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Sparrow is a classic English-style pub. They have great beers, classic drinks and they serve a mix of burgers and Indian specialty (butter chicken, chana masala, etc.) They also do brunch on weekends.

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L'Express is a true Montreal institution. It's a Parisian style bistro that's been open since 1979 and hasn't aged one bit. It serves staple French dishes in a classic bistro setting with checkered... más información

Recomendado por 106 anfitriones de la zona

Alexandraplatz is a Berlin-inspired bar in a converted garage with a terrace with long communal tables on the side. Nested in what used to be an industrial part of town, it feels a little bit like ... más información

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Arts Café is a cute coffee shop with a cool decor that also serves brunch and lunch. In the summer, it has a small terrace on the side. I believe they have wifi too.

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If you find yourself in Saint-Henri feeling peckish, you should stop by Satay Brothers. They serve delicious Singaporean street food (pork buns, skewers, papaya salads, laksa soups, etc.) in a loud... más información

Recomendado por 60 anfitriones de la zona

OMMA is one of my favourites. It's a Korean restaurant set in a subtle white brick interior. Pretty much everything on the menu is delicious but my personal favourite is the sesame rice, which is r... más información

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Bar Henrietta (formerly Baldwin Barmacy) is a new wine and cocktail bar on Laurier West. There's a Portuguese theme which you'll notice in their music selection (although they'll also digress into ... más información

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Pikolo is a tiny coffee shop set in a retro-industrial space. Great place to grab a coffee on your way to downtown.

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Maïs is a festive Mexican restaurant that put a lot of thought and attention into creating very tasty small tacos on soft corn shells. You'll need to order 3 or 4 to feel full, unless you decide to... más información

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PA Nature is a medium size grocery that focuses on "natural" products. Most fruits and veggies are organic, the fish is organic or wild caught, etc. The prices are quite reasonable considering the ... más información

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Le Majestique is a sort of gastropub. They have menu of small dishes to share (or not) but you can also just go there for some wine or cocktails. It's the same owners as Bar Darling and you can see... más información

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If you're looking for a place to dance all night but would prefer avoid clubs that attracts the 18-20 university crowd, Datcha might be your best bet. The vibe is sort of dark 80's Miami meet Mosco... más información

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Lawrence is a fine dining destination. British-native chef Marc Cohen is behind the menu that features dishes with amazing ingredients such as humanely raised meats, pristine produce and the finest... más información

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Ping Pong Club is a bar that, as you may have guessed, has a ping pong table, as well as a fooseball table and a bunch of other games. They serve food in the early evening and the vibe gradually be... más información

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If you're downtown and looking for a place to grab a bite, look no further than Café Parvis. Set in the old fur district, on a small hidden street, Parvis used to be an old fur shop. It has been op... más información

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Café Paquebot is a cute little café with excellent third-wave style espresso coffee, as well as regular drip coffee. They have a small selection of croissants, muffins and cookies, as well as some ... más información

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Cardinal is a British-style tearoom. It's located on top of Sparrow (the pub) and it's owned by the same people. I've actually yet to go but I've heard great things. Inside, it looks like a typical... más información

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Restaurant Hà is a hip southeast Asian restaurant with a casual vibe and a nice terrace in season. Think pork buns, pad thais, laksa soups, tatakis, rolls, etc.

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Chez Doval is a bit of an institution on the Plateau. It is a lively authentic Portuguese restaurant with everything from Portuguese chicken, to amazing steak, calamaris and perhaps the best grille... más información

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Le Falco is a beautiful Japanese coffee shop and eatery set in a sunny warehouse space with an industrial feel. It has communal table and couches. They serve fair-trade coffee, rice bowls and sandw... más información

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Hof Kelsten is a new style Jewish bakery with a bright and cool stripped down decor. They have great bread, pastries and serve good coffee. They also do lunch/brunch that are worth trying.

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If you're looking for something out of the ordinary, Agrikol might be what you're looking for. Set in the gay village, east of downtown, Agrikol is a new Haitian restaurant and bar. It is in part o... más información

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La Chilenita is an unpretentious Chilean (and Mexican) eatery. Think empanadas, barros lucos, enchiladas, tacos, burritos, etc.