Alex Delany of "Alex Eats It All" recently visited Montreal to do his classic 12-hour adventure into new foodstuffs. And what was he trying out here in Montreal? Well, poutine of course.\nIf you aren't aware of Bon Appétit Magazine's "Alex Eats It All," YouTube series, you're welcome for this delicious introduction.\nIn the video below, he tries out 11 Montreal poutine spots throughout the course of one day. I have to wonder how that amount of poutine in such a short timespan might alter your ability to properly judge the true essence of each poutine. But, with that said, he does seem to approach each poutine with a fresh palate and appreciation for each unique aspect of the different restos offerings.\nREAD ALSO: Krispy Kreme Has Finally Opened Its Downtown Montreal Location\nTL;DR Check out the video below where one man tries 11 Montreal poutines in the span of one day - and then picks his top three. Truly a feat that only the strongest of stomachs could handle.\nCheck out the video:\nThe video really does show a good array of Montreal restos that offer up our beloved Poutine Classique.\nFrom mom-and-pop diner spots to La Belle Province and even a fancy stop at Au Pied de Cochon, Delany does the city justice in terms of variety.\nView this post on Instagram OUTTA NOWHERE: A NEW EPISODE OF ALEX EATS IT ALL IS LIVE. Hit the link in my bio for some very attractive footage of me eating French fries, cheese curds, and gravy in Montreal. Also, just wanted to thank everyone who watched/enjoyed/hated/binged/argued about/utilized/challenged/made an appearance in/recommended/created this show with me. This is officially the last episode of AEIA. But don’t worry. We’ve got a groovy new show coming to the internet real soon. Until then, have some poutine. A post shared by Alex Delany (@alex_delany) on Apr 8, 2019 at 9:15am PDT\nHere are the 11 poutine spots that made the cut on their Poutine Tour de Force:\nThe Green Spot: 3041 rue Notre-Dame Ouest - $8.22 for "The Potato Purists Poutine"\n Paul Patates: 0760 rue Charlevoix - $7.54 for "The Peaceful Poutine"\nPoutine Lafleur: 4579 rue Wellington, Verdudn - $5.60 for "The Penalty Box Poutine"\nLa Banquise: 994 rue Rachel Est - $7.75 for "The Ice Floe Poutine"\nPatati Patata: 4177 boulevard Saint-Laurent - $6.95 for "The Hallelujah Poutine"\nChez Claudette: 351 avenue Laurier Est - $5.95 for "The Checks & Balances Poutine"\nLe Roi du Smoked Meat: 6705 rue St Hubert - $7.95 for "The Poultry Poutine"\nLa Belle Province: various locations - $6.60 for "The Lemmegetuhhhh.... Poutine"\nAu Pied de Cochon: 536 avenue Duluth Est - $24 for "The Westmount Poutine"\nChez Tousignant: 6956 rue Drolet - $7.75 for "The New School-Old School Poutine"\nMontreal Pool Room: 1217 boulevard Saint-Laurent - $5.59 for "The Richard Poutine"\nAs you can tell, our dear Monsieur Delany has taken some artistic license with the names of these poutines... but I thought they were too hilarious not to include.\nFor most of these places, if you're looking to get the poutine he sampled int he video, you're likely after the "Classic" poutine.\nAt the end of the day, Delany picks his top three spots from those he visited throughout the day, and placed them on his Poutine Podium:\nBronze: The Green Spot\nSilver: Chez Tousignant\nGold: Chez Claudette\nAlso, I have to shout out his appreciation for Montreal's squirrels... they truly are special and he could clearly tell.\nSo... when are you heading out to tackle this challenge? If you do, you better tag us in your Instagram stories @MTLBlog... and do it quickly, before the Poutine Coma sets in.