Looking for poutine after hours? Head to La Banquise, a 24-hour diner offering more than 30 types of poutine options and hefty breakfasts. From the classic to the Elvis, the Mexican, the Rachel, and the Scooby, it will be hard to choose just one.
Link: http://cinkomtl.com/ Address: 1641 St. Denis St, Montreal
A fun, eclectic eatery that offers comfort food items like nachos, salads, and burgers all priced at $5! Cinko provides a casual vibe with fun music and colourful décor. Sip down a cocktail as you select your dining choices and don’t worry about staying late – the kitchen is open until 3 am!
Brunch made from the heart. Located in the warm atmosphere of the Mile End neighbourhood, Fabergé Restaurant serves brunch options all day, every day. Choose from classic brunch selections like Eggs Benedict, omelets, waffles and crepes, or select something funky from the drink menu that features unique smoothies, milkshakes, juices, and cocktails.
Give this family-run restaurant serving up Montreal-style bagels and other treats a shot. Fairmount Bagel is the first bagel shop in Montreal, and where Montrealers got their first taste of the bagel. The family continues to use the same recipes as they did in 1919, still baking their bagels in old fashioned wood-burning ovens. And while you’re there, give the new cranberry bagel a try!
Located in the heart of Old Montreal, Jardin Nelson is a casual spot for delicious dining and fun cocktails with a heated garden patio and live jazz music every evening. Filled with beautiful greenery and lights, Jardin Nelson is a must-try in Old Montreal!
Link: https://www.joebeef.ca/ Address: 2491 Notre-Dame St. W, Montreal
Rated number three on Canada’s 100 best restaurants, Joe Beef is a relaxed restaurant serving up some of the most delicious seafood and steaks. An old Montreal classic, Joe Beef was visited by many celebrity chefs and is even named as Joe Rogan’s “all-time favourite restaurant.”
Le Passé Composé
From poached eggs to apple beignets and waffles, this cozy restaurant is a must for fresh brunch cuisine. The large variety of menu items appeals to adventurous foodies, picky eaters and all those in between.
Vegan food done right. LOV has an eco-commitment and uses the freshest, most organic ingredients from local artisans and suppliers. Their wines are produced using organic farming and they are mindful to respect the flora and fauna. All of LOV’s meals are home-made, and they know each and every ingredient that goes into their recipes. This creates for natural, fresh and delicious cuisine that you can feel good consuming.
If you’re looking for Italian fine-dining, look no further than Maiolo Montreal. Italian dishes are served in unique ways and paired with delicious wines that will leave you satisfied and stuffed. Make sure to leave room for their dessert, however, the tiramisu and cheesecake are not to be missed!
Old Port Steakhouse
Old Port Steakhouse (Vieux-Port Steakhouse) is the host of one of the best terraces in Old Montreal. For three decades, the steakhouse has served quality cuts of aged beef cooked to perfection. Enjoy their warm and welcoming atmosphere filled with old stone walls, wood floors, and cozy fireplaces.
Some of the best poutine in the city can be found at Poutineville, where you can select between multiple options that will leave everyone satisfied. Vegetarian? No need to worry, there are plenty of options for you as well. Enjoy!
Get served up traditional Spanish small plates while enjoying a selection of spirits, wine, and sangria all with an evening DJ to liven up the night. A great spot for both your intimate parties and larger, corporate events, this tapas-style bar will leave your taste buds asking for more.
One of the oldest deli’s in Canada, and in business for over 90 years, this well-known deli serves up huge sandwiches, including Quebec’s world-famous smoked meat sandwich. A true Montreal landmark, Schwartz deli has welcomed celebrities and visitors from all over the world! Join the ranks of those who have enjoyed this fresh and old-fashioned meal.
Redefining the art of bagel making. A must-have bagel shop that is open 24-hours, St-Viateur Bagel is the place to stock up on your favourite bagels. Pro tip: depending on the time of day, there may be line ups to get a taste of this famous bagel. Buy 6-12 and save some time in the future (you will want to go back!). Try the classic sesame flavour, as it’s the most popular you’re guaranteed to find it’s also the freshest bagel!