I've told you where you need to brunch, and now this is where you need to wine and dine. Some of these names are recognized as Montreal's finest, and others are the brand new IT restos you need to try ASAP. Promise you won't regret it.\nBon Appétit!\nPhoto Creds - @foodiedatenight\n1. Nora Gray\n1391 Rue Saint Jacques\nHome style Southern Italian with a twist. Au coin de St jacques and Lucien L'Allier, Nora Gray is the creation of Montreal chef Emma Cardarelli. The ambiance is warm and endearing, and houses the freshest ingredients on the market.\nPhoto Creds - Good Food Stories\n2. Joe Beef\n2491 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest\nWho hasn't heard of Joe Beef? It's actually ranked as Canada's best restaurant and #81 in the World. Owned by David McMillan and Frederic Morin, this place is literally the crack spot for food. It doesn't even make sense.\nWebsite\nPhoto Creds - Park Resto\n3. Park\nPark is not your usual sushi restaurant. It holds this lofty vibe, but is located in Westmount, right off Victoria street. Unlike the usual sashimi and nigiri menu, you can actually enjoy beef teriyaki and their speciality black Angus steak. If you're lucky you'll even catch chef Antonio Park, in the midst of creating his masterpieces.\n3748 Ave. Victoria\nWebsite\nPhoto Creds - tarikbenidir\n4. Le Bremner\n361 St Paul E.\nThey've got Chuck Hughes. You know... the star of the cooking shows: Chucks Day Off, and Week Off. He's also the owner of Garde Manger. Try the crab cakes and kimchi, the oysters, and the hake and clams. Scratch that, just try everything.\nWebsite\nPhoto Creds - Tasty Montreal\n5. Tuck Shop\n4662 Rue Notre Dame O.\nNo need for a review it's so good. Seriously.\nWebsite\nPhoto Creds - Smoky Sweet\n6. Au Pied De Cochon\n536 Avenue Duluth E.\nYou'll be at the pigs feet indeed. Go visit Chef Martin Picard where you'll learn the new meaning of pork, who would've known it could taste so good in so many different ways?\nWebsite\nPhoto Creds - Night Life\n7. Le Fantôme\n1832 Rue William\nYou won't be ghosting this one. Owned by new Restauranteurs Kabir Kapoor and chef Jason Morris. It's got a cool hip artsy vibe, and the beef tartare is out of this world.\nWebsite\nPhoto Creds - @keepingupwiththevalois\n8. Foxy\n1638 Rue Notre Dame O.\nOlive & Gourmando's new restaurant. Interesting fact: Foxy is the name of the owners Dyan Solomon and Éric Girard's dog. They cook everything on a wood fire oven. Home made feta, flatbread and meats smoked in house are some of the specialities to look out for.\nWebsite\nPhoto Creds - Night Life\n9. Lapin Blanc\n4456 Rue Sainte-Catherine E.\nWhite bunnies are the tastiest. Chef Simon Touchette will feed you oysters until the wee hours of the night. They've got bunny wings (yes, you heard right), and killer carrot cake.\nFacebook page\nPhoto Creds - Nathalie Richard\n10. Montreal Plaza\n6230 Rue St Hubert\nNew restaurant alert. Montreal Plaza has been open for less than 3 months and it's making noise. From Chef Charles-Antoine Crête and partner Cheryl Johnson. It's got a killer atmosphere on St Hubert's traffic-driven street.\nFollow @davidalexxander for more food references, he's got them all.