10 Restaurants In Montreal To Spot Hollywood Celebs Eating At This Summer

This weekend is the infamous Montreal Grand Prix, and just like every year, celebrity car enthusiasts will be coming to town to check out the race.

But the thing about celebrities is that they're predictable. They avoid the tourist traps, they tend to hang out near their hotels, and many of them stop off at some of Montreal's most famous restaurants to see what all the hype is about.

READ ALSO: 30 Hollywood Celebrities You'll Be Able To Spot In Montreal During Grand Prix 2017

Here are just some of the restaurants and bars where celebrities have been caught hanging out in the past couple of years.

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Joe Beef

By far the most popular restaurant in Montreal and arguably the best! Jennifer Lawrence, Hugh Jackman, Keanu Reeves, Michael Sheen, Luke Wilson, Ben Stiller, Kit Harrington and Bruce Willis have been spotted there in the last couple of years.


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Estiatorio Milos

Estiatorio Milos is a famous Greek restaurant that welcomes a higher than an average amount of hot celebrities.


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All you need to do is scroll their Instagram and you'll see an endless parade of hungry celebs.


Kit photographed with Celine Dion in Montreal earlier this month. Credit; @cdipnl pic.twitter.com/aohvWhMPiK

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Schwartz's Deli

Tourists lineup for it, and celebrities usually make sure to stop off there if they have the time.


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Le Bremner

Christina Aguilera stopped off there last month, so this place definitely has celebrity spotting potential.


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Sorry to double up on the Xtina posts, but at least we know the Old Port will be celebrity-central this weekend.


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La Banquise 

When you come to Montreal, you eat poutine. And when you're a tourist asking where to eat a poutine, everyone recommends banquise. Even Kylie Jenner's people.


Tim Horton's

It's a long shot, but since everyone loves Tim Hortons, odds are you might just encounter someone famous... like Justin Bieber!

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Grand Prix Elite Restaurant

They're coming to see Grand Prix after all, so chances are they will be there. Now you just have to find a way in.



Mural Fest 

It may be Grand Prix, but Muralfest also kicks-off this weekend, and in the past celebrities like U2 were spotted hanging out there.

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