For those Montrealer's who just love bringing new people to Montreal but don't know how to show them everything within a short period of time, don't worry because I got you! If you take them to these 10 streets then you will get 50 things out of the way in just a few days !

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Montreal has SO many activities do to that it's crazy to try and get them all done when they are spread out over the whole island. Instead, I suggest taking them down these specific streets so that they can get a taste of Montreal without running around all day!

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1. If You Are A Tourist You Have To Walk Down Notre Dame Street

To get coffee at Tommy Cafe:

200 Rue Notre-Dame O

Price: $10

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To see the Notre Dame Basilica:

110 Rue Notre-Dame O

Price: FREE (admission $6)

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To eat dinner at Grinder:

708 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest

Price: $40

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To get drunk at Tequila Bar:

4401 Rue Notre-Dame O

Price:$25

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2. If You Are A Tourist You Have To Walk Down Mount Royal Street

To get ice cream at Blueboys:

150 Mont-Royal Ave E

Price:$10

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To get a Mac and Cheese Poutine from Dirty Dogs:

25 Avenue du Mont-Royal East

Price:$10

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To get Breakfast at Beautys Luncheonette:

93 Avenue du Mont-Royal O

Price:$25

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To get drunk at Fitzroy:

551 Avenue du Mont-Royal E

Price:$30

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3. If You Are A Tourist You Have To Walk Down Laurier Street

To get coffee at Noble Cafe:

430 Avenue Laurier E

Price:$10

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To eat at Chez Claudette:

351 Avenue Laurier E

Price:$22

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To get sushi at Tri Express:

1650 Avenue Laurier E

Price:$30

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4. If You Are A Tourist You Have To Walk Down St. Laurent Street

To get Boozy Brunch at Suwu:

3581 Boul St-Laurent

Price:$30

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To get a Vegan lunch at Aux Vivres:

4631 Boul St-Laurent

Price:$20

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To see art at Station 16 Gallery:

3523 Boul St-Laurent

Price: FREE entry

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To get drunk at Apartment 200:

3643 Boul St-Laurent

Price:$30

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To get 2 dollar noodles at 3 am:

3754 Boulevard Saint-Laurent

Price:$2

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5. If You Are A Tourist You Have To Walk Down St. Paul

To get a poutine from Montreal Poutine:

181 Rue Saint-Paul E

Price:$15

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To get lunch at Mangiafoco:

105 Rue Saint Paul O

Price:$25

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To get dinner at Terrasse Nelligan:

106 Rue Saint Paul O

Price: $30

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To get drunk at Mimi La Nuit:

22 Rue Saint Paul E

Price: $20

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6. If You Are A Tourist You Have To Walk Down St. Denis

To get lunch at Cinko: where everything is 5 dollars!

1641 Rue Saint-Denis

Price: $5

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To play board games and drink at Randolph Pub Ludique:

2041 Rue Saint-Denis

Price: $15

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To get dinner at all you can eat sushi at Takumi:

405 Rue Sherbrooke E

Price: $20

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Price: $40

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7. If You Are A Tourist You Have To Walk Down Duluth Street

To get breakfast at Gonzo Café:

919 Avenue Duluth E

Price: $15

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To go to SAINT Sushi Bar:

424 Avenue Duluth E

Price: $25

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To go to the Cat Café Montréal:

172 Avenue Duluth E

Price: $15

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To See Murals:

Avenue Duluth

Price: FREE

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8. If You Are A Tourist You Have To Walk Down St. Catherine Street

To go shopping under the pink balls:

The Village St. Catherine Street

Price: $FREE (Shopping $$$)

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To go get Frite Alors!:

680 Rue Sainte-Catherine

Price: $15

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To go get drunk at Moose Bawr:

1817 Rue Sainte-Catherine

Price: $25

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To go get desert at Cacao 70:

2087 Rue Sainte-Catherine

Price:$20

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9. If You Are A Tourist You Have To Walk Down Crescent  Street

To try Lebanese food from Boustan:

2020 Rue Crescent

Price: $15

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To smoke cigars at Stogies:

2015 Rue Crescent

Price: $20

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To get dinner at Wienstein & Gavino's:

1434 Rue Crescent

Price: $30

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To get drunk at Winnies:

1455 Rue Crescent

Price: $15

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To try Mandy's Salads :

2067 Rue Crescent

Price: $15

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10. If You Are A Tourist You Have To Walk Down Monkland

To get pie at Rockaberry:

5557 Av de Monkland

Price: $15

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To get seafood at Lucille’s Oyster Dive:

5626 Av de Monkland

Price: $30

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To have high tea at Gryphon D’Or:

5968 Av de Monkland

Price: $15

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To get drunk at Ye Olde Orchard Pub & Grill:

5563 Monkland Blvd.

Price: $15

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