Montreal's Dic Ann's Becomes First Ever Fast Food Chain To Serve Beer In Canada

Burgers AND beer now served at Dic Ann's downtown location.
Montreal's Dic Ann's Becomes First Ever Fast Food Chain To Serve Beer In Canada

Dic Ann's, the iconic Montreal burger joint, is celebrating its 60th birthday in a BIG way. The downtown Montreal location, located on St. Catherine near du Forte, has become the first Canadian fast food chain with an officially recognized liquor license.

Time for some beer and burgers, in one place, and without the long-ass wait time of a restaurant. It's about time.

Dic Ann's downtown was officially allowed to crack open some brews last Friday, February 21st. Nothing is on draft, but you can pair your burger with five different kinds of Molson-label beer: Molson '67, Molson Export, Coors Light, Rickard's Red, and Heineken.

Legendary in Montreal, Dic Ann's is now a national fast food treasure. Known for their uniquely crafted burgers (that bun though!) and famous hot sauce, Dic Ann's can now claim beer to their fame.

Get some burgers and beer at the downtown Montreal location of Dic Ann's at 2079 Rue St-Catherine west.

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