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  • 1

    Davidstea

    2 reviews

    Great variety of tea, pretty good quality. There is a pretty cool vibe in the place, which is really great and enjoyable for an afternoon out with a group of friends.

    Popular withDesignFoodiesSpiritual
  • 2

    Lake Country Coffee House

    3 reviews

    Comfortable, rustic coffee house with lots of local flavour.

    Popular withDesignLocalSpiritual
  • 3

    Sumo Ramen

    8 reviews

    I'm always on the hunt for delicious Japanese foodz, whether it's in my home cities - Boston and Montreal or when I'm on a day trip to New York City, or touring through the West Coast; though I'm quite satisfied with my sushi and yakitori finds, I always felt a lack of great ramen-ness in my Japanese food experience. Though ...

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  • 4

    Plain of Six Glaciers Tea House

    8 reviews

    It's a lovely hike. It's suited for any kind of hiker, from beginner to intermediate it's fairly easy. There's a tea house that sells food and drinks but it's pretty pricy but the great thing is you can drink straight from the glacier water that runs down the mountain.

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  • 5

    Schwartz's Delicatessen

    29 reviews

    Look for the steamed-up windows! This is one of those Montreal legends, but it's so small we nearly walked right by it. And when the waiter asks if you want regular or fatty smoked meat, of course say fatty. Or is it 'lean' vs. 'regular'? At any rate, get the fattier end of the brisket--why not? You're on vacation. (Smoked ...

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  • 6

    Holder Restaurant Bar

    7 reviews

    Six of us came here for a dinner and it was pretty lively and a good dinner crowd for a Monday evening. The restaurant is on the western edge of old Montreal on McGill just 1/2 block north of St Paul Oest street. It is inside a large stone-faced building in suite 100. It is like a downtown restaurant in ...

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  • 7

    WVRST

    5 reviews

    Wvrst is world-class for exactly that - bratwurst. They've got all kinds of great flavours including Duck Sausage, Kangaroo, etc. Also get the duck fat fries and you've got a great exotic ballpark meal!

    Popular withFoodiesTrendstersLocal
  • 8

    Granville Island Brewing

    10 reviews

    The thing I like about this place (aside from my love of brew pubs) is that Granville Island is a pretty big place to walk around and take all the art and market stuff in. Sometimes it's just nice to find a place to take a break, have a seat and relax in a comfortable environment (open with nice wood ...

    Popular withNightlifeLocalFoodies
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  • 9

    Afternoon Tea at the Fairmont Empress Hotel

    29 reviews

    The Fairmont Empress is well known for its classic Victorian Afternoon Tea service. The Hotel serves tea (along with tea sandwiches, fresh scones, preserves and clotted cream known as Empress cream) in its 'Tea Lobby' to more than 800 guests daily. Afternoon tea is approximately CAD $60 per person, and reservations are often required one or two weeks in advance. ...

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  • 10

    St-Viateur Bagel

    16 reviews

    Best bagels in the whole wide world! They should be in the top priorities when planning a trip to Montreal. And make sure you put cream cheese and smoked salmon spread on them... Enjoy!

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  • 11

    au pied de cochon

    15 reviews

    First advice off the bat: make reservations well ahead of time! We had a hard time finding a table and we re-arranged schedules to make it work. Secondly, every effort put into getting a table is WORTH IT!. It's very non-descript - not having any sign on Duluth, it needs no advertising to fill its seats. This place specializes in ...

    Popular withFoodiesLocalTrendsters
  • 12

    Mission Hill Family Estate

    14 reviews

    The architecture of this winery is amazing, resembles a monastery in Italy.

    Popular withFoodiesDesignOutdoor
  • 13

    Lake Agnes Tea House

    16 reviews

    Getting here is half the fun! It was a glorious Fall day when I took the loop from Lake Louise to Lake Agnes (and the Tea House), and onwards to the Plain-of-Six Glaciers (and another Tea House) and back down. I'm also a fast hiker (even at this altitude) and was back from this 8.5 mile hike well before the ...

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  • 14

    Khao San Road

    13 reviews

    That feeling of accomplishment as you make your way through the entire delicious menu.... :)

    Popular withFoodiesAdventureBackpackers
  • 15

    Araxi

    14 reviews

    Araxi is one of the oldest restaurants in Whistler Village and certainly one of the best. The seafood tower pictured is off the charts. The duck and venison is cooked to absolute perfection and their pairing recommendations are top notch as well. It's also located in the main square for great people watching. Give it a try in Whistler-totally worth ...

    Popular withFoodiesLuxuryTrendsters
  • 16

    La Banquise Resto

    15 reviews

    This restaurant is talked about in almost every travel guide of Montreal. It's poutine is supposed to be some of the best in the city. It didn't disappoint. It was delicious, with the perfect amount of crisp in the fries, saltiness of the gravy, and cheese curds! They have several different types of poutine and offer beer pairing suggestions for ...

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  • 17

    Rotisserie Romados

    12 reviews

    There are many rotisserie chicken restaurants in town, but none are as fabulous as romados'. The chicken taste great, the fries are greasy and its very affordable.

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  • 18

    Japadog (Burrard & Pender)

    13 reviews

    There's a couple stands but the most popular one is the one across from Scotia Theater. If you're waiting for your movie to start, head on over to Japadog stand and get a japanese fusioned hot dog. Gotta try.

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  • 19

    Juliette et Chocolat

    The hot chocolate here is ACTUALLY to die for. So unbelievably delicious.

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  • 20

    Joe Beef

    A culinary experience. Make your reservations a few days ahead.

    Popular withFoodiesLuxuryFamilies
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