Here are 7 Montreal restaurants, shops, and events to get your hands on the ultimate cool-weather comfort food.\nWhat's your favourite spot to grab pierogis in Montreal?\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nPierogies, you delightful little dumplings stuffed with one of the four main food groups (potato, sauerkraut, ground meat, and cheese) — sometimes even cheeky enough to be stuffed with two — oh how we love you.\nEspecially now that the air has turned cold and bathing suits and tank tops have made way for sweaters and big jackets and bodies are screaming out for something, anything made of potatoes and cheese and grilled in butter and slathered with sour cream. It's October and we need comfort food.\nMontreal being the melting pot that is is, we have Polish pierogis, Ukranian, and even Russian "perogy." There is no point for me to argue which has the best, I am an equal opportunity pierogi champion.\nThey all have a place in my mouth.\nSearching for the best pierogies Montreal has to offer is a serious task. There has to be the right proportion of dough to stuffing. Dough can't be chewy nor can it be soggy. It can't be so thin it falls apart but you also don't want it too thick.\nNot all of the choices are restaurants; some of the best pierogies are meant for home production.\nWith these criteria in mind, here are seven places in Montreal to find good pierogies.\nRestaurant Rasputin\n\nWhere: 617 Blvd. Decarie \nRasputin is a (for the most part) very traditional Russian restaurant that also has music and dancing at night. Its "perogy" option on the menu comes still sizzling and coated in butter and mushrooms. \n View this post on Instagram Potato and cheese dumplings . . . #montrealers #ontheroad #roadcider #foodcider #traveloping #travel #Montrealdiaries #Montreal #summer #photography #evening #explorecanada #explore #exploremontreal #explorecanada🍁 #montrealstreets #montrealstreetphotography #mtl #mtlmoments #mtlview #mtlphotography #mtlphoto #exploremtl #thismtl #thisismtl #montreallife #foodphotography A post shared by Pranav (@kumarpranav_) on Sep 25, 2019 at 7:46pm PDT\n\nWebsite\n\n\n\n\n\nWawel Patisserie Boulangerie\n\n\nWhere: Multiple locations around Montreal\nThese pierogies won't be served to you already cooked. You buy them in-store and prepare them yourself. They are so fresh and tasty. They'll remind you of a Polish grandmother's recipe.\n\n\n\n View this post on Instagram Best PIEROGIES à Montréal !😋🥰🥟🥟👌🏻 #extravegetables #légumes #délicieux #pierogies #polishdumplings #514eats #pologne #polishfood #delicious_food #cuisinepolonaise A post shared by Mélanie Leroux (@lerouxmelanie) on May 29, 2019 at 11:28am PDT\n\nWebsite\n\n\nEuro-Deli Batory\nWhere: 115 Rue Saint Viateur O.\nLocated in Outremont, Batory is both a deli and a small restaurant where you can choose between six varieties of pierogies. Then you just have to decide whether you want to eat in or take a pack home where you can eat the entire bag in peace.\nView this post on Instagram DELICIOUS 😋 A post shared by Amir Šabanović (@friendbackeast) on Dec 7, 2016 at 10:49am PST\nWebsite\nREAD MORE: 14 Things To Do In Montreal This Weekend\nCafé Baba Yaga\nWhere: 3279 Rue St-Jacques\nThis Saint Henri restaurant doesn't take their pierogi fundamentals too seriously. They have a mix of Russian-Ukrainian and Polish staples along with their surprise pierogi of the week.\nView this post on Instagram Pirogies @babayagamtl #babayagacafe #sthenri #mtl #pierogies A post shared by Michael Terlecki (@mooseterlecki) on Sep 25, 2017 at 7:32am PDT\nWebsite\nStash Café\nWhere: 200 Rue Saint-Paul O.\nAs far as traditional Polish food goes, Stash Café is on the top of the list every single time. They have three types of pierogis to choose from. With prices starting at $8 for four, there is no wonder Stash remains so popular.\nView this post on Instagram For those of you like give a shit about anything other than nuuudz follow my blog madewithlovia.com I cook and eat all the things. If you’re in Montreal @restaurantstashcafe is a must. Get the potato pirogies, pickle soups (yes pickle soup, you’re welcome) and kielbasa. A post shared by Eva Lovia (@lovialongtime) on Feb 16, 2018 at 1:54pm PST\nWebsite\nPolish Bazaar and Festivals\nWhere: Places around Montreal\nLet's be honest. The best place to get the most authentic pierogies at the cheapest price is going to be a Polish bazaar or festival. You can keep an eye out at local churches, wait patiently for the next Polish day (which took place at the end of August) or Polish Festival.\nView this post on Instagram Pierogi mix, Poland traditional food. Pierogie with meat, mushrooms and “russian” pierogi with potato. #pierogi #pierogiruskie #poland #polandfood #polskipiknik #polskejidlo A post shared by Just Food (@justmyfood2019) on Jun 16, 2019 at 5:56am PDT\nWebsite\nZytynsky's Deli\n\n\n\nWhere: 3350 Rue Beaubien E.\n \nJust writing about Zytynsky's is giving me a Pavlovian reaction. Everything is fresh and seriously delicious. It doesn't hurt that they also have the friendliest service around.\nView this post on Instagram Homemade pierogies anyone ?!? 😋😋😋 . . . #zytynskysdeli #rosemount #pierogi #christmas #happyholidays #ukranianfood #since1922 # A post shared by Zytynsky's Deli (@zytynskysdeli) on Jan 3, 2019 at 9:43am PST\nWebsite\nIf there is somewhere that we have missed, let us know immediately. We never want to leave a pierogi untasted.