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3 MTL Restos Were Featured On This Season Of The Food Network's 'Big Food Bucket List'

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3 MTL Restos Were Featured On This Season Of The Food Network's 'Big Food Bucket List'

While we can't fully take advantage of it at the moment, Montrealers know we live in one of world's best culinary cities — and, now, everyone who watches the Food Network knows it too because three Montreal restaurants were featured on Big Food Bucket List this season, which aired between September 2020 and January 2021.

It's always fun to watch local content on TV, but even more fun knowing that when you get hungry, which will inevitably happen, all you have to do — barring sad COVID-19 closures — is pick-up your phone and order your own taste of the dish you see on screen.

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Arthurs Nosh Bar 

Featured Foods: Latke Smorgasbord & Syrniki

Address: 4621, rue Notre-Dame O.

Why You Need To Try It: "Transforming iconic dishes into the hottest brunch trends." - Host John Catucci

Agrikol (CLOSED)

Featured Foods: Griot & Poulet À La Ha'tienne

Former Address: 1844, rue Atateken

Why We Miss It: "The definition of Island cool, and it's considered by many to be the best Haitian restaurant in the country." - Host John Catucci

Chez Tousignant

Featured Foods: Poutine Galvaude & Burger Tousignant 

Address: 6956, rue Drolet

Why You Need To Try It: "Michele Forgione's casse-croûte food is legendary. That's cause he's devoting himself to cooking it all from scratch — from the buns to the meat and everything in between." - Host John Catucci

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