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Le Trou


1845 Rue William, Montreal
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Tucked in a tiny shop on William Street in Griffintown, the sign on the window reads: “It’s the hole that makes the bagel.” Le Trou, which literally means “the hole,” offers their take on bagel holes in all their flavors to anyone afraid to commit to an entire bagel or can’t decide between an everything or their beer-parmesan-flavored Griffintown bagel. 

Sweet tooths will want to check out the Bagel Cheesecake (a choco-cranberry bagel with cream cheese and strawberry jam) or the Bagel Burgel sandwich, with havarti and ground beef from nearby Grinder Butcher. Slide into one of the cozy booths, perch yourself at a window counter stool, or take it to Pointe des Seigneurs, a nearby park that’s right on the Lachine Canal.

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