Montreal Canadiens player Phillip Danault is becoming well known for his love affair with pizza. After every win, he can be seen at a post-game press conference chowing down on some serious slices, and we have to say, the whole thing makes our mouths water.
While we don't know which Montreal pizza parlour Danault considers his favourite, we do know that these six spots can make your cheese-filled dreams come true.
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Slice + Soda
Price: $30 to $36 per 24-inch pizza
Address: Six locations in Montreal
Why You Need To Go: Known for their HUGE New York-style pizzas, Slice + Soda is for you if you can never get enough pizza. Don't be surprised if the box is bigger than your body.
Price: $27 including taxes for a 22-inch pizza
Address: 4629, rue Notre-Dame O., Montreal, QC
Why You Need To Go: Pizza Adamo is well known for serving some of the best pizza in Saint-Henri. You may have to give the smoked meat, pickle and mustard pizza a chance — it's as surprising as it is delicious.
Les Garnements Pizza
Price: Around $20 per pizza
Address: 5800, rue de la Roche, Montreal, QC
Why You Need To Go: Just when you thought pizza couldn't get any more exciting, Les Garnements proves you wrong. Not only do they have bright and colourful dough, but the toppings are too good to be true: cheese sticks, fried chicken, kimchi, giant pieces of bacon... yes, please.
Price: $15 to $19
Address: 211, rue Beaubien E., Montreal, QC
Why You Need To Go: Michigan is a new pizza counter inspired by the Detroit Style Pizza (DSP). It features a square or rectangular shape, soft and light dough, and a crispy edge of caramelized cheese. In short, it melts in your mouth.
Price: $18.50 for the Meat Lover (10 inches)
Address: 3469 av. du Parc, Montreal, QC
Why You Need To Go: Duringwon first prize in Montreal, according to public votes, and also placed third in Canada. With pepperoni, capicollo, smoked meat, bacon, minced meat, ham and Sicilian Italian sausage, it's not hard to imagine why it won.
Price: Around $20, depending on the order
Address: Address provided 48 hours before pick-up
Why You Need To Go: Pizza is not only a meal, it can also be a decadent dessert with Montreal Pizz'Cookies, which makes sweet pizzas. Cookies 'n' cream, Kinder Bueno, Kit Kat, S'mores... There's something for everyone.