A paradise for food

MONTREAL - Living in a North American Gem of a City

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City hal

Old Montreal

Downtown

AND IF YOU LOVE GOOD FOOD, Montreal will definitely exceed your expectations. PLATEAU RESTAURANTS: Au Pied de Cochon, L'ExpressLa Salle a Manger, Laloux, Le Deux Singes de Montarvie, Les Trois Petits Bouchons, and the always-open La Banquise for poutine. OLD MONTREAL RESTAURANTS:  Auberge St. Gabriel (oldest inn in North America, now a restaurant/club), Boris Bistro, Chez l'Epicier, Da Emma (formerly a women's prison), Gibby's, Hambar, Holder (love the beautiful bar area) Jardin Nelson (back terrace, for the ambience), Le Club Chasse et Peche, Mechant Boeuf, Modavie, Olive et GourmandoRestaurant Bonaparte, Vieux Port Steakhouse, Stash Cafe and the patisserie Maison Christian Faure are just a few. Located west of Old Montreal, Griffintown is now a restaurant hotspot with Joe Beef, Vin Papillion, Le Fatome, Chez Sophie, Le Richmond and many others. In May 2016 Town and Country magazine named Montreal the food capital of North America.

That beautiful river

Parc la Fontaine

rue de la Commune

DON'T MISS THE MONTREAL TOURISM video about the city's restaurant diversity, architecture, shopping and festivals. You can also learn a lot about the local food scene at Montreal Eater, Chowhound, and Zomato. Restaurants Brasserie t and Taverne F are next to each other in the marvelous Quartier des spectacles, the cultural heart of Montreal and home to many festivals including Jazz Fest. There are many lists with maps to help you navigate the city's food and drink landscape such as coffee shops, croissants, craft beer, diners, terraces and more, Also, don't miss this Montreal Tourism video about the Bixi bike-share racks you will see all over town.

Near McGill Patisserie

Downtown

FOR A CHANGE OF PACE we go to the always-interesting Latin Quarter, which, like Paris, is jammed with students. Drinking beer in the huge beer garden at St.Sulpice is required, as is tea at Camellia Sinensis. This is an excellent homage to Montreal, especially the information from locals on what they love most about the city. 

Tabe for four

West Island

Boulangerie

SO WHEREVER YOUR ITINERARY TAKES YOU. Montreal will not disappoint. In the summer this is a city of festivals including International Jazz Fest, Just for Laughs, & Montreal World Film Fest. There are too many others to list, but you can find them here. Other great summer outdoor activities include Montreal Bike Fest and Tour la Nuit, Montreal Grand Prix, and International Fireworks Festival to name a few. What more can I say? This is an absolutely marvelous city! Come see for yourself. We can rendezvous if the time is right.

Notre Dame

Spring in Montreal

Terrace


BUT DON'T STOP HERE
. Keep going to see more photos of the province of Quebec. In 2008 Quebec City celebrated its 400th year.
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