1. Dirty Dogs25 Ave du Mont-Royal Est, Montreal
2. Sushi Taxi1744 Notre Dame, Montreal
3. Bier Markt1221, Boul René-Lévesque, Montreal
4. Majestique4105, Blvd Saint-Laurent, Montreal
5. Ikanos112 Mcgill St, Montreal
6. Restaurant Manitoba271 Saint-Zotique O., Montreal
7. Cantinho de Lisboa356 rue Saint-Paul ouest, Montreal
8. Pub Bishop & Bagg52 St-Viateur, Montreal
This Plateau shop doles out a wide range of 'dogs, from your standard hot dog to some more unique options like their Pouzza dog, which is poutine on a hot dog.
This is one of many Sushi Taxis across Quebec, and like the rest of 'em, this Griffintown location doles out tasty Japanese fare including many sushi options and a unique choice known as the “Guac-amore” -- fried guacamole poppers topped with salmon tartar, salsa, and sour cream.
Their motto is “bier is beautiful”, and they couldn't be more right, with a huge selection of brews and a variety of European brasserie-inspired eats.
Majestique is a terrific choice when it comes to seafood (snow crab and freshly shucked oysters!), and the decked-out interior that screams Canadian-style kitsch just makes the experience that much more enjoyable.
From the owners who brought you Plateau’s Tasso Bar à Mezze is this Old Montreal spot, which serves up Mediterranean seafood with a focus on Greek cuisine.
If you're looking for fine dining in the Park-Ex area, look no further than Restaurant Manitoba, which has an ever-changing menu loaded with rustic wild game options that often include heart and tongue.
This Portuguese-influenced bakery dishes out some of the freshest eat-in and take-out options in Old Montreal, mainly featuring made-to-order salads and sandwiches.
This authentic, traditional British pub in the heart of St. Laurent serves up excellent beers, including the house Burgundy Lion Ale, as well as equally laudable wines, traditional whiskeys, and gin. Though they adamantly resist being called a gastropub, Bishop and Bagg also serves great, eclectic food, including homemade pickles, spiced nuts, and whole, 90lb pigs taken apart right there in the basement.