MTL Awards 2014, The Complete List Of Winners

Over 100,000 votes and 24 winners. Montreal has chosen.
MTL Awards 2014, The Complete List Of Winners

The MTL Awards 2014 officially closed on May 14th, and last week we officially announced the winners at our inaugural MTL Awards Gala (see the photos here). We received more than 100,000 votes for over 150 local small businesses and Montreal personalities!

Today, we would like to officially announce the winners of all 24 subcategories inside the three main categories (Food, Arts, and Nightlife).

Best Food Truck

Le Cheese (1,219 votes)

Runner ups:

Best Smoked Meat

Smoke Meat Pete (750 votes)

Runner ups:

Best Poutine

La Banquise (2274 votes)

Runner ups:

Best Vegetarian/ Vegan Restaurant

Aux Vivres (1118 votes)

Runner ups:

Best Coffee Spot

Olimpico (718 votes)

Runner ups:

Best Breakfast /Brunch

L'Avenue (637 votes)

Runner ups:

Best Late Night Eats

Boustan (944 votes)

Runner ups:

Best Bagels

Fairmount (1328 votes)

ARTS

Runner ups:

Best DJ

Best Montreal Radio Show

Best Band/ Musical Act

Best Art Gallery

Station 16 (609 votes)

Runner ups:

Best Local Boutique

Off the Hook (1340 votes)

Runner ups:

Best Tattoo Shop

Adrenaline (722 votes)

Runner ups:

Best Looking Metro Station

Place des Arts (1584 votes)

Runner ups:

Best Outdoor Festival

Osheaga (1275 votes)

Best Mixed Drink

Best Pub

McKibbin's (949 votes)

Runner ups:

Best Microbrewery

Dieu Du Ciel (1073 votes)

Runner ups:

Best Bar - Lounges

Apt 200 (637 votes)

Runner ups:

Best Venue

Metropolis (1155 votes)

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Best Gay Bar/ Club

Unity (989 votes)

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Best Sports Bar

Sports Station (1606 votes)

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Best Shisha Spot

Café Hookah Lounge (732 votes)

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