Food & Drink

Montreal's Six Latest & Greatest Resto Openings

Published On 07/12/2013 Published On 07/12/2013
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1. Kyo Bar Japonais 711 Côte de la Place d’Armes, Montreal, H2Y 2X6

This slick Japanese izakaya offers over 25 varieties of sake and wine, an impressive sushi bar, and killer cocktails like the wasabi-infused Kyo Cesar or Sake Colada.

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2. Restaurant IcĂ´ne 3435 boulevard Saint-Laurent, Montreal, H2X 2T6

This gourmet resto from Chef Charles Pariseau -- of Le Local restaurant fame -- serves up local and seasonal French and Canadian dishes.

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3. La Petite Mangue 300 Mont-Royal, Montreal, H2T 1P7

One of the best spots to snag Cambodian food in Montreal, this cozy nook packs an adventurous menu of traditional dishes like Amok (freshwater fish mixed w/ garlic, crushed peanuts, coconut milk and egg, all wrapped in banana leaves and steamed), Ginger Shrimp, and fried ice cream.

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4. Joverse 52 Saint Jacques, Montreal,

Metal and woodwork ornament this contemporary lounge, giving it an industrial artsy vibe. Community tables and sharable French fusion snacks so you'll mingle, weekly DJ shows so you'll dance, and a baller cocktail menu... so you'll do more of both.

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5. Les Coudes Sur La Table 2275 Sainte Catherine Est, Montreal,

This classy wine bar with upscale French cuisine is slightly pricey but is the perfect spot to take your lovely lady.

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6. Flyjin 417 Rue St-Pierre, Montreal, H2Y 2M3

Housed in a former underground club and decked out with red velvet booths, this Japanese pub features 'tails like the Rising Sun, made with mezcal, Lapsang Su Chong tea, and Cointreau chilies.