Montreal has a culture of making and consuming bagels
Montreal has a culture of making and consuming bagels Christina Pfeiffer

Foodie experiences in Montreal

It is highly unlikely you will have trouble finding something delicious to eat in Montreal. With 65 eateries per square kilometre, markets, bagel shops, cooking classes and plenty of local foodie experiences, Montréal offers plenty to tantalize the palate.   

Here's a guide to eating your way through Montreal.  

Located in the southwest of Montréal near the Lachine Canal, the Atwater Market is located in a 1933 art deco-style building. The market and bordering street are named after 19th century businessman and politician, Edwin Atwater.   

Jean-Talon Market in Little Italy is where you'll find the tantalising aromas of grilled sausages, crepes and fresh fruit wafting through the air. Stalls sell spices, oils, cheese, deli meats and other regional delicacies from Quebec.   

Opened in 1933, Jean-Talon Market (7070 Henri-Julien Avenue) is the oldest public market in Montréal and one of the largest markets in North America.  Here are some of the best food experiences and restaurants in Montreal.

 


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