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Bauernmarkt
“food ,fruits and vegetables ,cafe shop and baguettes and oyster bar soo cheap ”
  • Von 917 Einheimischen empfohlen
Park
“Great for walking, taking a breath and enjoy a nice picnic. The parc has sport centers such as tennis field, swimming pool and many other sport areas. ”
  • Von 303 Einheimischen empfohlen
Park
“Park life is huge in Montreal - and if it's nice out you can expect to see everyone out having picnics.”
  • Von 254 Einheimischen empfohlen
Café
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“The famous Montreal coffee shop that is frequented by artists, business men and office workers. Go there for an authentic italian coffee. Expect long lines that move extremely quick. Right next door to st viateur bagels. Cash only! ”
  • Von 247 Einheimischen empfohlen
Arthouse-Kino
“Super cute independent theatre playing mostly French content. But worth an enjoyable short walk to, and maybe continue the stroll in the facing Molson park or down Beaubien street. ”
  • Von 132 Einheimischen empfohlen
Bierkneipe
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“Microbrewery beer bar! They have over 40 different beers on tap and a comfort food menu. There is also a nice little terrasse for warmer days during summer. One of our go-to place for a catch-up conversation with our friends.”
  • Von 186 Einheimischen empfohlen
Gastropub
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“Great brunch spot. Vintage-chic. Also a classic spot for drinks in the evening.”
  • Von 141 Einheimischen empfohlen
Gastropub
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“Another great microbrewery. The food is excellent and if the weather is nice, they have a patio with outdoor heaters ! It's often crowded on weekends”
  • Von 133 Einheimischen empfohlen
Biergarten
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“Alexandraplatz is a Berlin-inspired bar in a converted garage with a terrace with long communal tables on the side. Nested in what used to be an industrial part of town, it feels a little bit like Bushwick as well. They are only open in the summer and they close at 1 am. Great place to grab a drink on a hot summer night. Alexandraplatz est un bar d'inspiration berlinoise aménagé dans un garage reconverti avec une terrasse avec de longues tables communes sur le côté. Niché dans une partie industrielle de la ville, il ressemble un peu à Bushwick. Ils sont ouverts uniquement en été et ferment à 1 heure du matin. Super endroit pour prendre un verre lors d'une chaude nuit d'été.”
  • Von 125 Einheimischen empfohlen
Portugiesisches Restaurant
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“Super trendy neighborhood in Montreal (one of the coolest in Canada regarde Travel and Leisure). Great little shops, cafés, restaurants and bars. ”
  • Von 104 Einheimischen empfohlen
Frühstückscafé
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“on Beaubien street, close from St laurent street, you'll find that lovely brunch adress, where the benedict eggs are close from heaven !”
  • Von 123 Einheimischen empfohlen
Nachbarschaft
“Little Italy at a glance Delineated to the south by Bellechasse, to the north by Jean-Talon, to the west by Saint-Laurent and to the east by Saint-Denis, this neighbourhood stars one of the city’s most famous food attractions, Jean-Talon Market, among the biggest and best four-season public markets in Montréal. The residential streets around the market feature mostly cute, small duplexes with exterior staircases, originally designed for the Italian railway and quarry workers of the area. The neighbourhood is nestled within a trifecta of metro stations: Jean-Talon, Beaubien and De Castelnau stations will all get you there, as will the 55 bus on the Main. Architecture and demographics Little Italy was still dominated by fields and farmland as recently as 1900. That history lives on in the Jean-Talon Market, originally where neighbouring farmers gathered to sell their fresh produce. Today, it’s a hopping, bustling place to wander about, shop, munch on street foods and more: meat, fish, cheese, bread, Mexican dishes at El Rey Del Taco, fresh oysters at La Boîte aux Huîtres, vegan sausages at Gusta – a world of flavours. Architecture fans will enjoy the many Art Deco buildings around the market, as well as the rows of tree-lined houses with painted spiral staircases – a Montréal classic. There’s a growing LGBT+ community establishing their homes in the area, as well as a ton of young families mixed in with the remaining Italian residents.”
  • Von 93 Einheimischen empfohlen
Frühstückscafé
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“Best brunch of Montreal! They have another location called Jeanine Café in Verdun area.”
  • Von 121 Einheimischen empfohlen
Feinkostladen / Weinladen
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“Creative, thoughtful and honest cooking alongside a properly curated beer and wine list, in an elegant but informal setting. They also are the owners of the Larrys’ a scaled-down casual café/bistro just beside at 9 Fairmont street.”
  • Von 112 Einheimischen empfohlen
Bar
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“Despite the luminous sign recalling the taverns of yesteryear at the entrance, Miss Villeray has adapted to the taste of the day. A warm fire warms the wood dance floor and it is in this modern and rustic setting that the place offers olives and small bites for 5 to 7 and hockey games. The beer and the wine are at reasonable price; the bar is crowded, the DJ connects beats pop and electro.Malgré l'enseigne lumineux rappelant les tavernes d'antan à l'entrée, Miss Villeray s'est adaptée au goût du jour. Un feu de cheminée réchauffe la piste de danse en bois et c'est dans ce cadre moderne et rustique que l'endroit offre des olives et de petites bouchées pour les 5 à 7 et les matchs de hockey.”
  • Von 90 Einheimischen empfohlen
Route
“The traditional divide: east-west/french-english, although the lines have blurred greatly now. Referred to locally as "The Main", it still the main north-south artery of the city and, historically the route the immigrant waves moved north as the city grew. Makes for a long but interesting walk from Old Montreal to Jean Talon (the Marche).”
  • Von 74 Einheimischen empfohlen

Erstklassige Restaurants

Bierkneipe
“Microbrewery beer bar! They have over 40 different beers on tap and a comfort food menu. There is also a nice little terrasse for warmer days during summer. One of our go-to place for a catch-up conversation with our friends.”
  • Von 186 Einheimischen empfohlen
Gastropub
“Another great microbrewery. The food is excellent and if the weather is nice, they have a patio with outdoor heaters ! It's often crowded on weekends”
  • Von 133 Einheimischen empfohlen
Frühstückscafé
“on Beaubien street, close from St laurent street, you'll find that lovely brunch adress, where the benedict eggs are close from heaven !”
  • Von 123 Einheimischen empfohlen
Frühstückscafé
“Best brunch of Montreal! They have another location called Jeanine Café in Verdun area.”
  • Von 121 Einheimischen empfohlen
Feinkostladen / Weinladen
“Creative, thoughtful and honest cooking alongside a properly curated beer and wine list, in an elegant but informal setting. They also are the owners of the Larrys’ a scaled-down casual café/bistro just beside at 9 Fairmont street.”
  • Von 112 Einheimischen empfohlen
Bar
“Despite the luminous sign recalling the taverns of yesteryear at the entrance, Miss Villeray has adapted to the taste of the day. A warm fire warms the wood dance floor and it is in this modern and rustic setting that the place offers olives and small bites for 5 to 7 and hockey games. The beer and the wine are at reasonable price; the bar is crowded, the DJ connects beats pop and electro.Malgré l'enseigne lumineux rappelant les tavernes d'antan à l'entrée, Miss Villeray s'est adaptée au goût du jour. Un feu de cheminée réchauffe la piste de danse en bois et c'est dans ce cadre moderne et rustique que l'endroit offre des olives et de petites bouchées pour les 5 à 7 et les matchs de hockey.”
  • Von 90 Einheimischen empfohlen
Tapas-Restaurant
“One of the best tapas in the Greater Montreal. Don't miss it! See menu online. ”
  • Von 85 Einheimischen empfohlen
Mini-Markt
“It's a neighbourhood convenience store (known as a "Depanneur" for anyone from Quebec) that sells gourmet and vegetarian friendly sandwiches. The food is filling, tasty, and well-priced. During the warmer months, sit outdoors and watch people go by. ”
  • Von 104 Einheimischen empfohlen

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