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Food & Drink / Local Culture

The Fairmount Bagel Bakery

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( 1 Review ) Tags: bagel, bakery, cheap, delicious, eatery, food, landmark, store

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Drawn & Quarterly

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Quebec made clothing of pristine line and silhouette ...view spot

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Schwartz's Deli

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Dieu De Ciel

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( 0 Reviews ) Tags: bar, beer, brewpub, pints

Casual brewpub with lots of different types of beer ...view spot

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A comfortable brewpub that makes their own delicious beer ...view spot

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Peel Pub

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Two story Sports bar with huge pitchers of beer and tons of T.V.'s ...view spot

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The Plateau

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Tags: mcgill, mont, plateau, royal

Located just north of downtown, it is a densely populated neighborhood known for clubs, bars, ...

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Mile End

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Tags: downtown, montreal

It's the central business district of Montreal. It has tons of things to do and ...

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Montreal Description 1 1714 8 years, 9 months ago by taliabethralph (view)

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Montreal is a walkable, laid-back mish-mash of European and North American cultures. It has all the cobblestones and style of Paris with all the diversity and downtown feel of New York. Since English and French are both spoken equally, it’s a great place to brush up on your “mercis” and “bonjours” or to dig in to a big plate of poutine, Quebec’s favorite artery-clogger.

If you stray from the hectic people watching of Downtown, you’ll find great areas such as Monkland Village, Atwater market, and the Plateau, which are full of cool cafes, great ethnic food, farmers' markets, and independent shops.

While people may visit for the lowered drinking age or the world-renowned Jazz Festival, they stay for the unexpected finds. The bagels, the gorgeous, tam-tam filled Sundays on Mount Royal, and of course, all the pretty girls.

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