Local Tips - Secret Food Tours Montreal


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  • Eat History - Schwartz's - An 80 year old landmark and must visit deli. You must try the smoked meat, made the old-fashioned way, no preservatives, no chemicals, brined for 10 days. 3895 St Laurent Blvd - (514) 842-4813
  • A Destination For Culinary Travelers - Joe Beef - Truly quirkily-made but extremely tasty food. The chefs are shamelessly flamboyant in life and expressed through their food. 2491 Notre-Dame St W - (514) 935-6504
  • Shrine To Excess - Au Pied du Cochon - Expensive, but well worth the price for the experience. APC serves relentlessly hearty, traditional Quebecois food. 536 Avenue Duluth E - (514) 281-1114
  • Authentic Greek Seafood - Faros - Their Swordfish is the best on the Island. 362 Avenue Fairmount O - (514) 270-8437
  • From Butcher To Table - La Grottes Des Fromages - You select your cut of choice: milk-fed veal, organic pork, AAA beef, or Quebec lamb. Two items of note, it's BYOB and cash only. 4919 Rue Jarry E - (514) 321-2733


  • Visit A Farmers Market - There are two major markets that always have the best seasonal products: cheeses, cured meats, pastries, breads, veggies, fruits, you name it. Atwater Market - 138 Atwater Ave | Marche Jean-Talon - 7070 Henri Julien Ave
  • Bike The City - During the Summer, rent a Bixi Bike. Only a few dollars per day, ride all over downtown Montreal and drop it off at one of the 400+ stations.
  • Visit More Than Downtown - If biking is not your thing, use the public transportation, it's top notch.
  • Step Back In Time - Visit Old Port of Montreal to see where it all began. Classic architecture from centuries ago is a rarity in North America and Old Montreal is exceptionally beautiful.
  • French Or English? - Everyone is bilingual in Montreal. To avoid confusion, introduce yourself with hello instead of bonjour. Employees will likely continue with whatever language you lead them with.