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11 New Montreal Restaurants That Every Foodie Needs To Know

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11 New Montreal Restaurants That Every Foodie Needs To Know

Montreal is known for its diversity of food, whether you're in the mood for pizza or asian food, this city has all your cravings covered. If you want delicious food that doesn't break the bank-even better, we got you! 

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Like New York, there's almost too many restaurants, which makes it hard to know which ones are still open. Fret no more, with this list you'll know the coolest, newest restaurants before all your friends. 

Here's a list for all you food connoisseurs of 11 restaurants that have opened this summer! 

11. Joséphine

Where: 4007 Rue St-Denis

What's great about this restaurant: seafood lovers rejoice- Josephine's menu contains various types of dynamic seafood dishes, such as their scallop tartar and grilled octopus. You can enjoy a glass a wine from their substantial wine list while enjoying the sun on their European-style terrace.


10. Sushi Nanami

Where: 340 Jean Talon St E

What's great about this restaurant: this intimate restaurant is located in Little Italy and steps from Jean Talon market. Featuring fresh fish, Instagram-worthy poke bowls and bubble tea you'll be coming back for more. Sit at the bar to be served by the chefs.

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9. Signorvino

Where: 6961 St Laurent Blvd

What's great about this restaurant: a slice of Rome right here in Montreal and suitably located in Little Italy, with cold cuts, arancini, rissotos and various pasta dishes. The space is cool with a vintage vibe, featuring an incredible wine bar, to pair nicely with the Italian dishes.

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8. Secret Garden by Veuve Clicquot 

Where: 139 Saint-Paul St. W8

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What's great about this restaurant: definitely the place to be this summer on Tuesday nights with a spacious and luxurious terrace. This is the place to be for all you champagne lovers. To pair with your champagne, they offer "exclusive packages", such as a seafood platter.

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7. Pastel

Where: 124 McGill Street

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What's great about this restaurant: the name says it all- pastel everything- from the decor of the restaurant to the food itself, there's clearly a theme here. The menu reflects the season, and is suitable for any budget, from $15 to $50 priced plates.

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6. La Terrazza

Where: 436 Place Jacques-Cartier

What's great about this restaurant: features classic Italian cocktails like Negronis, grappas, and Americanos. Along with a large terrace there's also a bocce court!

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5. Cordova 

Where: 4606 Notre-Dame St W

What's great about this restaurant: coffee, alcohol and charceuterie type dishes all in one location. The food is Spanish-influenced (think small dishes), such as olives, Spanish ham and fish (squid in ink, octopus in olive oil).

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4. Le Watson

Where: 26 Rue Bélanger

What's great about this restaurant: whether you're vegan or want vegan options, this is the restaurant for you. Le Watson features smoothies (bowls) and sandwiches, like their "grilled faux-mage" made with caramelized onions and Gusta cheese.

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3. Le Petit Mousso 

Where: 1023 Ontario St E

What's great about this restaurant: this is Le Mousso's kid restaurant, with beautifully stylized dishes minus the price tag. The dishes are both colourful and creative.

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2. Paperplane - MTL

Where: 4005 Notre-Dame St W

What's great about this restaurant: with fun craft cocktails that won't break the bank. This place has a sensual vibe, with dark tones and an art-deco vibe. One place you will definitely want to take your date.

1. Bar Pamplemousse 

Where: 1579 St Laurent Blvd

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What's great about this restaurant: features local craft beers to be paired with delicious wood-oven fired pizza. The menu has a Carribean flare- showcasing dishes like Jerk cauliflower, pineapple chutney, watercress. No Hawaiin shirt required.

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