It's got all the elements of a perfect dish: the salty, savoury ham; the sweet, tangy pineapple; the pizza. There are, thankfully, tons and tons of spots to get some delicious Hawaiian pizza in Montreal, but a handful of spots truly stand out.
If you love pizza in Montreal, then the chances are very high that you know all about Amelias. Beginning life as Amelios, and serving up pretty much the best all-cheese white pizza in the city, Amelias' Hawaiian pizza is a delicious alternative to an already awesome dish.
This Old Montreal restaurant takes the cake for fantastic pizza. They've got a wide array of toppings to choose from, and if you're feeling a little bit more tropical, their "Aloha" Hawaiian pizza (with chunks of sweet pineapple, slices of salty ham, cheese, sauce, bacon, and banana peppers) will seriously hit the spot.
Honestly, guys, if you're looking for some authentic AF pizza in the heart of downtown Montreall, look no further. Brigade has got you covered. Although they offer a wide array of pizzas (and you can even make your own!) their Hawaiian, with prosciutto cotto, pineapple, sauce, and cheese, is amazing.
This McGill Ghetto spot is known for its tasty, quick breakfasts, and above and beyond amazing, cheesy, doughy pizzas. Their Hawaiian pizzas in particular are spectacular: super simple, yet incredibly tasty.
Although Il Focolaio's regular Hawaiian pizza is legit the stuff of real legends, their Italian spin on it? OMG. Pure pizza perfection. Featuring pineapple, blue cheese, sauce, and mozzarella, this pie is something you cannot miss out on.
This downtown Montreal Italian restaurant is actually amazing. Not only do they serve up some of the straight-up tastiest dishes in the whole city, but their Hawaiian pizza just happens to be literally perfect, with sweet chunks of pineapple and ham blended perfectly with their tomato sauce and cheese.
The Queen Victoria statue in front of McGill University's Strathcona Music Building was vandalized with red paint on the evening of March 17. The Delhi-Dublin Anti-Colonial Solidarity Brigade is claiming responsibility for the incident.
According to a news release shared by No Borders Media, the Brigade "defied curfew to again vandalize the landmark bronze statue to Queen Victoria."
"Forget about celebrity distractions, let's focus on getting rid of monarchs as one important action linked to our movements for social justice," said Pádraig Patel of the Delhi-Dublin Anti-Colonial Solidarity Brigade in the release.
The same group claimed responsibility for statue vandalism in 2018 and 2019.
In 2019, the group wrote that "[Queen Victoria's] reign represents a criminal legacy of genocide, mass murder, torture, massacres, terror, forced famines, concentration camps, theft, cultural denigration, racism, and white supremacy. That legacy should be denounced and attacked."
The SPVM confirmed to MTL Blog that it's investigating a mischief event involving red paint on a statue on rue Sherbrooke.
I don't think I know a single person in this world that doesn't love pizza. I mean, it's got the best combos of all the most amazing foods rolled into one. You've got warm, dough-y crust topped with tangy tomato sauce and allll the cheesy goodness your heart desires!
But the delicious flavours don't stop there! You can basically add any toppings onto pizzas. Some of the crazy trends that are going around are pizzas topped with burgers, tacos, pasta and even mini pizzas!
How it works is you go around to all the amazing restaurants and then you vote on their website for your favourite!
They split it up into 10 categories: thin crust pizza, pan pizza, calzone, dessert pizza, best pizza sold by the slice, margherita pizza, 5 ingredients or all dressed, gluten free pizza, vegan pizza and most original pizza!
There are new restaurants opening up in Montreal all the time, but with new spots opening up also comes the closure of some of our old favourites.
We're only five months into 2017, and more than 20 restaurants in Montreal have closed their doors; some of which were old (or new) favourites. But that's just the nature of the game, friends. RIP to these awesome spots.