As you all already know, Outremont is the best district in Montreal.

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From a little café to a fancy restaurant, Outremont has a place for everyone and every taste. Since I'm a foodaholic, I made a list of the best restaurants for you to try if you happen to be in the neighborhood.

1. Damas

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1201 Van Horne Ave.

Damas is the perfect place to try Middle Eastern food . A little bit pricey but everything is impeccable! And btw, you should have the fatouche salad.

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2. Leméac

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1045 Avenue Laurier O

It's one of my favorite restaurant ever. Leméac is a French restaurant and their tartare is super-excellent. If I'd die tomorrow it would be the last place I'd go eat.

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3. Pinokio

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1265 Bernard Ave.

If you've never been to Pinokio, you're missing out on the best pastas! Pinokio, aka Le Petit Italien has the best Italien food in town.

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4. Brasserie Bernard

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1249 Bernard Ave.

You can't pass up their Monday's special offer: 1$ an oyster!

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5. Pizzeria No. 900

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1248 Rue Bernard O

I've finally discovered a place where I can eat a fresh and light pizza: it's Pizzeria No. 900! If you're a pizza lover, this restaurant is going to be your soulmate.

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6. Les Fillettes

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1226 Van Horne Ave.

Looking for an excellent dinner at an affordable place? Stop looking right now! Les Fillettes is here for you.

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7. Maiko Sushi

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387 Rue Bernard O

Maiko sushi will drive you crazy with their variety of food and exceptional meal presentation!

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8. Café Souvenir- La Pêche aux Moules

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1263 Bernard Ave.

With their brunches, it's the best place to start the day! It's such a cozy little place and the food will make your mouth drop to the floor.

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9. Les Enfants Terribles Brasserie

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1257 Bernard Ave.

Yes, I know. This restaurant is already really famous but in Outremont you can sit outside and enjoy the day while eating an awesome meal.

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10. Lester's Deli

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1057 Bernard Ave.

Ok, I don't eat meat but all my friends brag about this place. Apparently, they have the best smoked meat in the whole wide world.

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11. Rumi Restaurant

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5198 Rue Hutchison

This very well located restaurant will let you experience the most authentic cuisine of the Middle East. A big shout out to their mint lemonade is also pretty good.

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12. Provisions 1268

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1268 Van Horne Ave.

This restaurant is like no other. They don't have a specific menu because it changes every week. Every time you got there they make you a surprise meal with the ingredients written on the chalkboard. Also, they work with local companies that employ responsible and sustainable practices.

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