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12 Montreal Restaurants That Have Already Closed In 2016

The nature of the business.
12 Montreal Restaurants That Have Already Closed In 2016

Ah, the second month of the year. At this point, we've all settled in to 2016 (hopefully) and are reaping the fruits of our New Years resolutions (probably not though).

But the ushering of a new year isn't all good news for everyone. In Montreal, the restaurant business is very, very tough, and nothing highlights just how difficult it is quite like looking back on the list of places that didn't quite make it through 2016. Worse still? The knowledge that 2016 is barely even eight weeks in yet. It's super sad to think about, TBH; but at the very least, there are an influx of restaurants opening in Montreal. With that said, though, join me in wishing all the best to the teams behind all of these restaurants, and read on for 12 Montreal Restaurants Have Already Closed In 2016.

1. M Sur Masson, 2876 Rue Masson - CLOSED

2. Sofia Vineria, 2042 Rue Peel - CLOSED

3. La Cucina, 5134 Boul St-Laurent - CLOSED

4. The Fortune Dumpling & Bubble Tea, 1629 Rue Ste-Catherine O - CLOSED

5. TK Restobar, 5940 Avenue Victoria - CLOSED

6. Epicerie Fardoche, 3436 Rue Dandurand - CLOSED

7. L'Autre Version, 295 Rue Saint-Paul E - CLOSED

8. Brasseurs de Montréal, 4007 Rue Saint-Denis - CLOSED

9. Velo Burrito, 32 Beaubien Est - CLOSED

10. Gout 4 U, 6707 St-Laurent - CLOSED

11. Le Phillies Cheesesteak, 125 Rue Saint Viateur O - CLOSED (relocating)

12. Les Givrés, 3807 Saint-Denis, Montreal - CLOSED (relocating)

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