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Steven & Kaytie's Guidebook

Steven & Kaytie
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Steven & Kaytie

Steven & Kaytie's Guidebook

Neighbourhoods
Little Italy at a glance Delineated to the south by Bellechasse, to the north by Jean-Talon, to the west by Saint-Laurent and to the east by Saint-Denis, this neighbourhood stars one of the city’s most famous food attractions, Jean-Talon Market, among the biggest and best four-season public markets in Montréal. The residential streets around the market feature mostly cute, small duplexes with exterior staircases, originally designed for the Italian railway and quarry workers of the area. The neighbourhood is nestled within a trifecta of metro stations: Jean-Talon, Beaubien and De Castelnau stations will all get you there, as will the 55 bus on the Main. Architecture and demographics Little Italy was still dominated by fields and farmland as recently as 1900. That history lives on in the Jean-Talon Market, originally where neighbouring farmers gathered to sell their fresh produce. Today, it’s a hopping, bustling place to wander about, shop, munch on street foods and more: meat, fish, cheese, bread, Mexican dishes at El Rey Del Taco, fresh oysters at La Boîte aux Huîtres, vegan sausages at Gusta – a world of flavours. Architecture fans will enjoy the many Art Deco buildings around the market, as well as the rows of tree-lined houses with painted spiral staircases – a Montréal classic. There’s a growing LGBT+ community establishing their homes in the area, as well as a ton of young families mixed in with the remaining Italian residents.
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Petite Italie de Montreal
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Little Italy at a glance Delineated to the south by Bellechasse, to the north by Jean-Talon, to the west by Saint-Laurent and to the east by Saint-Denis, this neighbourhood stars one of the city’s most famous food attractions, Jean-Talon Market, among the biggest and best four-season public markets in Montréal. The residential streets around the market feature mostly cute, small duplexes with exterior staircases, originally designed for the Italian railway and quarry workers of the area. The neighbourhood is nestled within a trifecta of metro stations: Jean-Talon, Beaubien and De Castelnau stations will all get you there, as will the 55 bus on the Main. Architecture and demographics Little Italy was still dominated by fields and farmland as recently as 1900. That history lives on in the Jean-Talon Market, originally where neighbouring farmers gathered to sell their fresh produce. Today, it’s a hopping, bustling place to wander about, shop, munch on street foods and more: meat, fish, cheese, bread, Mexican dishes at El Rey Del Taco, fresh oysters at La Boîte aux Huîtres, vegan sausages at Gusta – a world of flavours. Architecture fans will enjoy the many Art Deco buildings around the market, as well as the rows of tree-lined houses with painted spiral staircases – a Montréal classic. There’s a growing LGBT+ community establishing their homes in the area, as well as a ton of young families mixed in with the remaining Italian residents.
So hot and yet so cool—the Plateau moves to its own funky beat. Wrought-iron staircases, old-style stone masonry, walk-up duplexes, imported cars, second-hand bicycles, designer fashion boutiques and funky friperies (used clothing) stores: this working-class-turned-yuppie neighbourhood with bohemian undercurrents is by far the grooviest scene in Montréal. Those of us who don’t live here come to play as often as possible. The Plateau is the best window to view the real Montréal.
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Le Plateau-Mont-Royal
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So hot and yet so cool—the Plateau moves to its own funky beat. Wrought-iron staircases, old-style stone masonry, walk-up duplexes, imported cars, second-hand bicycles, designer fashion boutiques and funky friperies (used clothing) stores: this working-class-turned-yuppie neighbourhood with bohemian undercurrents is by far the grooviest scene in Montréal. Those of us who don’t live here come to play as often as possible. The Plateau is the best window to view the real Montréal.
Montreal's Gay Village, located on Saint Catherine Street East, centred on the Beaudry Metro station, and on Amherst Street in the Ville-Marie borough of the city.From June to September the main drag, Sainte-Catherine Street, is closed to vehicles. Out-of-towners and native Montréalers alike leisurely stroll along the strip to shop, dine al fresco or just relax in the sun with a beer. The street has fashion and specialty boutiques, restaurants representing all major types of cuisine and a variety of bars.
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Gay Village
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Montreal's Gay Village, located on Saint Catherine Street East, centred on the Beaudry Metro station, and on Amherst Street in the Ville-Marie borough of the city.From June to September the main drag, Sainte-Catherine Street, is closed to vehicles. Out-of-towners and native Montréalers alike leisurely stroll along the strip to shop, dine al fresco or just relax in the sun with a beer. The street has fashion and specialty boutiques, restaurants representing all major types of cuisine and a variety of bars.
If you like the outdoors, there are some lovely walks around the Old port of Montreal. Walk along the water and enjoy all sorts of different activities such as kayaking, rafting, biking, zip lining etc. Great restaurants and art exhibits all along the Old Port, Imax theatre on the water, a must see! Also the main street has plenty of shops and restaurants to keep you entertained for hours.
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Old Port of Montreal
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If you like the outdoors, there are some lovely walks around the Old port of Montreal. Walk along the water and enjoy all sorts of different activities such as kayaking, rafting, biking, zip lining etc. Great restaurants and art exhibits all along the Old Port, Imax theatre on the water, a must see! Also the main street has plenty of shops and restaurants to keep you entertained for hours.
If your more oriented into culture, crescent street is the place for you. Sumptuous Victorian architecture housing luxury boutiques, haute couture showrooms and art galleries has been carefully showcased, giving the Street a distinctive touch of elegance. Nightclubs, restaurants, bars, outdoor cafés and pubs add frivolity and excitement.
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Crescent Street
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If your more oriented into culture, crescent street is the place for you. Sumptuous Victorian architecture housing luxury boutiques, haute couture showrooms and art galleries has been carefully showcased, giving the Street a distinctive touch of elegance. Nightclubs, restaurants, bars, outdoor cafés and pubs add frivolity and excitement.
Food scene
We gathered up local nearby restaurants, caffee and bakeries for our guests :)
Starbucks
3601 Boul St-Laurent
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Juliette & Chocolat
3600 Boul St-Laurent
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Dirty Dogs
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SAQ
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B & M Restaurant
6200 Somerled Avenue
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St-Viateur Bagel Shop
263 Rue Saint Viateur O
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One on Montreal’s best breakfast places.
Allô! Mon Coco - Plateau Mont-Royal
4448 Boul St-Laurent
One on Montreal’s best breakfast places.
One of the best Bakeries in Montreal
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Guillaume
5134 Boul St-Laurent
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One of the best Bakeries in Montreal
One of Montreal’s finest bakery
Louise boulangerie
6835 Boul St-Laurent
One of Montreal’s finest bakery
Montreals BEST breakfast spot on the isaland
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L'Avenue
922 Avenue du Mont-Royal E
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Montreals BEST breakfast spot on the isaland
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Le Passé Composé
1310 Boul de Maisonneuve E
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BAR - Big in Japan
4175 Boul St-Laurent
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Restaurant Grinder
1708 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest
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Cinko
1641 Rue Saint-Denis
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Soubois
1106 Maisonneuve Blvd W
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L’Entrepôt Mont-Royal
1019 Avenue du Mont-Royal E
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La Banquise
994 Rue Rachel E
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Yokato Yokabai Ramen
4185 Drolet
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Ma Poule Mouillée
969 Rachel St E
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Garde Manger
408 Rue Saint-François-Xavier
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Buvette Chez Simone
4869 Av du Parc
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Nhậu bar
600 Rue William
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La Queue de Cheval Steakhouse & Raw Bar
1181 Rue de la Montagne
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Sightseeing
Lit up like a jewel at night, this casino on the Ile Notre-Dame is the largest in Quebec and one of the ten largest in the world in terms of the amount of gaming equipment. The excellent live entertainment draws gamblers and nongamblers alike.
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Casino de Montreal
1 Avenue du Casino
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Lit up like a jewel at night, this casino on the Ile Notre-Dame is the largest in Quebec and one of the ten largest in the world in terms of the amount of gaming equipment. The excellent live entertainment draws gamblers and nongamblers alike.
For shoppers: La Maison Ogilvy is a prominent retail establishment located in downtown Montreal. Founded in 1866, the store, at 1307 Saint Catherine Street West, is considered a retail landmark. It began as a dry goods store, and today hosts an array of luxury goods shops, brands and boutiques. Much of its retail space is devoted to designer brand shops including Louis Vuitton, Michael Kors, Burberry and Hugo Boss, in addition to other well known labels such as Canada Goose.
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Holt Renfrew Ogilvy
1307 Rue Sainte-Catherine O
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For shoppers: La Maison Ogilvy is a prominent retail establishment located in downtown Montreal. Founded in 1866, the store, at 1307 Saint Catherine Street West, is considered a retail landmark. It began as a dry goods store, and today hosts an array of luxury goods shops, brands and boutiques. Much of its retail space is devoted to designer brand shops including Louis Vuitton, Michael Kors, Burberry and Hugo Boss, in addition to other well known labels such as Canada Goose.
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La Ronde
22 Chemin Macdonald
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Mont-Royal
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Beaver Lake
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Église catholique Saint-Jean-Baptiste-Marie-Vianney
37 Rue de l'Église
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Centro de Ciencias de Montreal
2 Rue de la Commune O
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Museo de bellas artes de Montreal
1380 Rue Sherbrooke
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Centre Bell
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