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Best Montreal 24 Hour Restaurants

Kill the hangover before it begins.
Best Montreal 24 Hour Restaurants

Rapido may have closed but that doesn't mean you're out of food joints to hit up at late night/early morning/anytime you happen to be hungry. Never have hunger pangs again, no matter the hour, because we've compiled a legit list of 24hr restaurants all across the fair city of Montreal. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, these restaurants will fill your belly.

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Cheap and delicious, Blanche Neige is a great spot to get very full on a budget.  If you want to save some money after dropping mad cheddar on your bar tab, while still enjoying classic diner and comfort foods, Blanche Neige is your spot. Note: open 24hrs only on Friday and Saturday, but still open late the rest of the week.La Banquise needs no introduction. Over 20 different kinds of delicious poutine, from classic to crazy combinations, and all around good vibes have made La Banquise a Montreal late-night food staple, one you've probably been to many times already, and go back.Escape the harshness of winter at Miami Deli, where they at least make it look like it  be warm outside. Boasting an extensive menu, and even more enticing breakfast menu, Miami Deli can be your late-night getaway.Nothing hits the spot quite like late-night bagels, and both of Montreal's most famous bakeries, St. Viateur and Fairmount, are open all day, everyday, so you're never far from some sweet, crispy, and carb-y goodness.For over thirty years Cafe Milano has been serving out good food at all hours of the night and day. Great coffee, awesome sandwiches (veal. steak, chicken), and delectable desserts (cannoli, cookies, cornetti) are some highlights of the many things to enjoy.Sometimes you may just want to enjoy some night-eats in the comfort of your own home and made with your own two hands. Never be bound by the opening hours of your local grocer, since 4 Freres on St. Laurent is always there to fill your ingredient list.If you're going hard in the Village and crave some post-Unity eats, avoid the Mcgangbang of people lining up at McDonald's and hit up Resto du Village, where you can enjoy all the diner classics anytime of night.Pizza is always a good idea, any time of day, and when all other pizza places have closed up shop, Al Taib will always be there to get you a pie. If you want something a little less cheesey, Al Taib also makes manakish, the thinner Lebanese cousin of the pizza.Feeling like late-night smoked meat? Dunn's does smoked meat and all the signature Montreal dishes 24/7, so you'll never have to go without  a belly full of deli meats and French Fries.Joe's Panini is like the ultimate snack shop. Not only do they serve delicious and affordable paninis, you can also get every kind of soda, candy, chips, or whatever other kind of junk food you want, anytime you want.Why choose between smoked meat and poutine when you can have both at the same time? Jarry Smoked Meat combines both into utter deliciousness, with a full diner menu too.Huge portions of all the Montreal classics are what you get a Chenoy's, and its a good thing. A diner through and through, Chenoy's is the answer when you need late-night tummy-loving

Blanche Neige

La Banquise


Moe's Casse Croute Du Coin

Miami Deli



Cafe Milano

L'InterMarché 4 Frères Saint-Laurent

Resto du village

Al Taib (when angelas clonks out, really late pizza)

Dunn's Famous

Joe's Panini

Jarry Smoked Meat


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