6 New Montreal Restaurants That Do Take-Out So You Can Explore The Food Scene From Home
Don't let confinement stop you from sampling the latest & greatest local eats.
Montreal is one of the— and not even a global pandemic could change that. continue to open, which means there are new restaurants local foodies need to try.
It's true that restaurant dining rooms are closed from October 1 to October 28, while Montreal and certain regions of Quebec are in 'red alert' — but take-out and delivery are still going strong.
That means you can still safely check out new restaurants, and cross them off your 'Montreal foodie bucket list' throughout the month of October.
Le Coq Frit
Cuisine: "you can find in town guaranteed," according to the website.
Address: 52A, rue de la Gauchetière O.
Why You Need To Order It: For some unreal fried chicken!
Cuisine:with a brunch menu that's fine French cuisine meets Québécois casse-croûte plus diverse cultural influences
Address: 1485, rue Jeanne-Mance
Why You Need To Order It: You can practically taste Chef Paul Toussaint's passion for the Caribbean Islands in his cooking!
Cuisine:with locally-sourced ingredients
Address: 2004, avenue de l'Hôtel-de-Ville
Why You Need To Order It: Reasonably priced flatbreads piled high with delectable toppings!
Franklin's Subs and Suds
Cuisine:, including Philly cheesesteaks and Beyond Meat for vegetarians
Address: 143, rue Saint-Paul O.
Why You Need To Order It: Tasty, filling and reasonably priced with a Brooklyn-style edge!
Le Jerk Spot
Cuisine: Caribbean Casse Croute
Address: 3506, rue Notre Dame O
Why You Need To Order It: Flavourful Caribbean cuisine with a unique Québécois flair — yes, that means they have poutine topped with jerk chicken!
Cuisine:with a Mexican flair
Address: 16, ave. des Pins E.
Why You Need To Order It: For some serious plant-based eats that bring the best of two delicious cuisines!