Below is a list of popular downtown Montreal food courts along with a map that demonstrates their spread across the city.\nIt seems food courts and halls are becoming ever more popular, each catering to a different clientele and offering a unique dining experience.\nGet all the details below.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nFood is a big part of the lifestyle in Montreal — we love to eat. Thankfully, this means even lunch break meals and snacks on the go don't need to be dull. The numerous food courts in downtown Montreal make the city stand out from its peers — cities that are devoid of cuisine and culture in their central business districts. The openings of Le Central and Time Out Market, especially, have given all of us the urge to re-explore the food courts in our city. This list and accompanying map will guide you through your downtown eating and give you a sense of what each of these food destinations has to offer.\nThere is something about a good food court that people simply love. Perhaps it is the abundance of options, or the decent meals at reasonable prices.\nWhatever the reason, the food hall concept is blowing up and downtown Montreal is now home to a growing number, each with their own niche and clientele.\nIf you live or work in the downtown area, or if you want to just venture out and explore the food court scene, this guide is about to make your taste buds very happy!\nNote that this list does not include temporary food courts or locations that are not yet open.\nAt the bottom of the list, you'll find the interactive map, which displays the spread of courts across the downtown area.\nAlexis Nihon\nView this post on Instagram Holiday vibes everywhere ✨ . . #holidayvibes #christmaslights #stars #decoratedcelings #christmasdecorations #shoppingmall #alexisnihon #montreal #shotononeplus #shotononeplus6 #christmasseason #timetowatchsomechristmasmovies A post shared by @ nadia.sh23 on Nov 18, 2018 at 10:42am PST\nAlexis Nihon is always a go-to for students attending Dawson. However, after renovations, I must say Alexis Nihon has quite a bit to offer, especially when it comes to food.\nIn the mall, there is Kojax Souvlaki, Dagwoods, McDonalds, Starbucks, Thai Express, Tim Hortons, and more.\nThere is also a good variety of stores including Marshalls, Delilah, Mercuri, and Canadian Tire.\nWebsite.\nLes Cours Mont-Royal\nView this post on Instagram Locked . . . #photography #photooftheday #photographer A post shared by ninthpilot_ (@_seranil) on Nov 12, 2019 at 2:04pm PST\nLCMR is easily forgotton unless you're getting off the metro at Peel and passing through to get to your next destination.\nAlthough this isn’t the biggest and most desirable food court, there are a handful of options including a Liquid Nutrition.\nLes Cours Mont-Royal also has a few restaurants within the mall, including Green Café and Fondue de Pekin.\nWebsite.\nCarrefour Industrial Alliance\nView this post on Instagram ダウンタウンの地下にある量り売りのスーパー‼️ ランチ時にはビジネスマンとか学生で物凄く賑わってます 最近野菜を全然食べてなかったのでサラダだけ買ってみました🥗 #野菜不足 #量り売り #ollyfrescos #日本人が少ない #英語漬け #環境最高 #カナダの大自然 #モントリオール暮らし #穴場 #留学 #カナダ留学 #ワーホリ準備 #ワーホリカナダ #格安留学 #ワーキングホリデーカナダ #海外旅行行きたい #海外留学サポート #北米のパリ#モントリオール生活 #モントリオール留学 #永住権 #海外永住 #第2外国語 #写真 #フランス語圏 #canadalife #montreallife #l4l A post shared by カナダ・モントリオール 語学学校Miila (@miilakaneko) on Apr 3, 2019 at 5:12pm PDT\nBetter known to most as the “Simons” mall, Carrefour Industrial Alliance has always had a great food court. The seemingly limitless options even include an Oly Fresco’s.\nVisitors can find everything from pizza to poutine, noodles, and ice cream!\nWebsite.\nCentre Eaton\nView this post on Instagram Burger végé 🌱 + Frites de patates douces 🍠 + Limonade 🍋 = 😍 #eatoncentre #montreal #aandwcanada #canada #trip #internship #beyondmeat #tummytuck #abdominoplasty #sleeve #sleeved #sleevediet #sleevegastrectomy #diet #vsg #vsgcrew #vsginstacrew #weightloss #eatclean #heathly #heathlychoices #newlifestyle #fit #fattofit #surgery #meatfree A post shared by Anaïs ♑️ • 23 Y.O • FR 🇫🇷 (@anais_vsg) on Sep 14, 2019 at 8:48am PDT\nThe Centre Eaton has always been a favourite food court for those who work or study in the downtown area.\nThis court is tucked away in the basement of the mall but has earned a solid reputation among Montrealers. Its popularity is sure to grow once the Centre completes its renovations.\nWebsite.\nTime Out Market\nView this post on Instagram Il fait peut-être froid dehors, mais la campanelle aux champignons de @ilmigliomontreal réchauffera sûrement votre âme. Rendez-vous au #TimeOutMarketMontreal à l’intérieur du @centreeaton pour mettre la main sur ce plat aux champignons décadent et parfaitement équilibré. Buon Appetito! 📸@marysederaiche It may be cold outside, but this mushroom campanelle @ilmigliomontreal's will surely warm your soul. Head down to @centreeaton and inside #TimeOutMarketMontreal to get your hands on this perfectly balanced, decadent mushroom dish. Buon Appetito! 📸@marysederaiche A post shared by Time Out Market Montréal (@timeoutmarketmontreal) on Nov 23, 2019 at 4:02pm PST\nIf you are looking for something a little more upscale, then Time Out Market is for you.\nAlso located in Centre Eaton, Time Out Market recently opened its doors and Montreal locals have been flocking over to stuff their faces with dishes from some of the most popular local spots.\nTime Out Market is a "food hall," not a food court, so everything is a little higher end. Montreal restaurants like Chasse et Peche, Red Tiger and Hof Kelsten have all found a new home in this impressive food hall.\nWebsite.\nPlace Montreal Trust\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Sylvain Dumas (@dumas_sylvain) on Sep 14, 2019 at 10:46am PDT\nPlace Montreal Trust is not as jam-packed with options as some of the other food courts and halls but it still has enough to satisfy your cravings.\nFrom McDonalds and Subway to Sukiyaki and Tiki-Ming, Place Montreal Trust is a good option for a fast and tasty meal.\nAnd, as a bonus, there is a Winners next to the food court!\nWebsite.\nComplexe Desjardins\nView this post on Instagram On adore voir vos photos de notre fameuse fontaine, comme celle-ci, prise par @jason.kovac sur Instagram. Continuez de nous identifier dans vos publications! 📸 . . . . . . . #complexedesjardins #quartierdesspectacles #centreville #downtownmontreal #eeeeeats #yum #montrealrestaurant #mtlmoments #mtlresto #family #kids #familyday #mtl #mall #shopping #fashion #boutique #shoppingmall #fountain A post shared by Complexe Desjardins (@complexedesjardins) on Oct 12, 2019 at 7:55am PDT\nComplexe Desjardins is one of downtown Montreal’s best options when it comes to food courts.\nWithin the mall, there is a slew of eateries to pick from, including Mucho Burrito, Saint Cinnamon, Copper Branch, and A&W.\nThere is even a Baton Rouge and Eggspectation if you are looking for something a little more than a food court meal.\nWebsite.\nGare Centrale\nView this post on Instagram #placebonaventure #garecentralemontreal #montreal #christmas #christmasdecor #christmastree #winter #luxurylifestyle #luxury #man A post shared by Thierry Cavallié (@tcavallie) on Nov 17, 2018 at 5:35am PST\nGare Centrale is not just a train station. It's a centre of activity for the many office buildings that surround it, making it a popular lunchtime destination.\nWithin the building lives a McDonalds and a Première Moisson as well as a Chop Crazy, Dame Nature Restaurant, and Leonidas for those of us that crave something sweet after lunch!\nWebsite.\nLe Central\nView this post on Instagram ⚡️ LE CENTRAL : Un festival gastronomique à l’année! Sept jours sur sept, du matin au soir, on se rend au CENTRAL pour expérimenter Montréal, éclectique et multiculturelle, de par ses goûts, ses odeurs et sa culture, dans une ambiance festive irrésistible. Au CENTRAL, venez manger Montréal! . . ⚡️ LE CENTRAL: A Gourmet Festival All Year Long! Seven days a week, from morning to evening, you can visit LE CENTRAL to experience Montreal’s eclectic and multicultural flair through exquisite tastes, smells and culture, in an irresistible festive ambiance. Come eat Montreal at LE CENTRAL! . . 📷 @payette . #lecentralmtl #mangermontreal #tastemontreal #mangerlocal #produitslocaux #mtlfood #hallegourmande #foodcourt #eatmontreal #montrealfood #mtlmoments #montreal #mtl #mtleats #mtlfoodies #restomtl #montrealjetaime #quartierdesspectacles_mtl A post shared by LE CENTRAL (@lecentralmtl) on Nov 14, 2019 at 11:25am PST\nLe Central is located at the corner of rue Sainte-Catherine and blvd. Saint-Laurent and has become the area's newest epicentre of all things food.\nThe endless options, fantastic ambiance, and phenomenal dishes make Le Central an epic choice for lunch.\nWebsite.\nTake a look at the map below to plan your next lunch break, shopping outing, or food crawl.\nHappy eating!