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Toqué is a classic fine dining spot in Old Montreal with excellent seasonal cocktails and dishes.
Order the brisket sandwich at Schwartz's Deli in St-Laurent Boulevard.
L’Express is open until 3am most nights, so head to this Le Plateau spot any time of day for French classics.
Make a reservation and plan for a long and leisurely meal at Joe Beef in Little Burgundy.
Beautys is a Jewish diner in Le Plateau, and a rite of passage for anybody eating in Montreal.
Montrealers take bagels pretty seriously, and Fairmount Bagels in Le Plateau is one of the best places to get them in the city.
In Montreal's deeply contentious bagel debate, we choose St-Viateur.
Gibeau Orange Julep
Order the namesake drink at Gibeau Orange Julep: an old family recipe with orange juice, milk, and egg.
Montreal is known for smoked meats and since you shouldn’t leave without trying some, head to Snowdon deli in Cote-des-Neiges.
Au Pied de Cochon
Eating at Au Pied de Cochon in Le Plateau is an essential Montreal experience.
Moishe’s in Le Plateau feels like an old-school, classic steakhouse from the massive cuts to the dark, intimate interior.