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The Deville Dinerbar with its simple yet elegant decor offers you a classy ambiance to enjoy your meal. Drawing inspiration from the past, it has been carefully put together to give you a sense of déjà vu. While the restaurant is done up with chic upholstery, the bar is reminiscent of yesteryear. The meals are delicious and staff is knowledgeable and ever ready to help. Even the desserts are mouth-watering!
This tiny diner on the corner of St-Laurent and Rachel serves immaculately prepared greasy spoon standards. Breakfast, which is served all day long, offers heaping portions of the trademark home fries and a good selection of fruit to balance things out. Lunch and dinner feature huge burgers and sandwiches. The décor is kitschy but not obnoxious, and the vinyl stools at the counter are definitely the place to be. The upbeat staff knows the regulars, most of whom wish it was slightly closer to home. Only cash is accepted.
A culinary experience like no other, O.Noir is part of what began as a dinner experiment by a blind Swiss pastor who used to blindfold his dinner guests. It is now a widely popular and truly unique restaurant. O.Noir’s concept is simple: guests enjoy a delicious meal, completely in the dark, while being served by a visually impaired staff. Because of the absolute darkness, guests can delightfully enjoy a wonderful menu with a heightened sense of smell and taste. Perfectly cooked dishes become regal treats, allowing guests to thoroughly savor the different textures and aromas on their plate. This social experiment is also a great way to provide work to a community that suffers from a very high unemployment rate. They are open seven days a week and offer two meal services, first at 5:45p and second at 9p. Lunches can also be arranged for larger groups. Reservations are a must.
Located in the middle of Montreal's Plateau Mont-Royal neighborhood Bagel Etc. is the perfect breakfast joint. With the likes of Leonard Cohen stopping by to enjoy "the classic" (or eggs benedict), it is the perfect place to enjoy brunch any time of the year. Each breakfast is served with your choice of bread, including a bagel of course! The urban/retro décor provides the perfect atmosphere, inviting you to take a trip back to when a diner was king! Always bustling with people, be sure to get there a few minutes before you would like to eat because everyone else has the same idea, especially on Saturdays and Sundays!
This retro-inspired diner in Montreal's Mile-End neighborhood is wildly popular with locals who drop by for brunch and lunch. Fritters with habanero sauce and Fried Squid aside, Nouveau Palais makes a mean double-patty, cheese-dripping beefwich, a burger that late-night revelers like to feast on. The 3a closing makes it the perfect after-party snack stop. Brunch consists of pierogies, flapjacks, Fried Chicken and Waffles, and the Lumberjack Sandwich.
Jukebox Burgers has carved a niche among burger lovers in West Island since it opened in 2010. The brainchild of Marc Emond, this acclaimed eatery has wowed diners with their juicy and hearty burgers along with their delicious milkshakes. But their ice cream, poutine, hot dogs and sandwiches are equally noteworthy. Reminiscent of a 1950's diner, this restaurant prides in grounding their meat fresh every day and using only buns freshly baked. Dig into their delightful creations like Beliveau (grilled veggies, mango salsa, guacamole, pickles, and mayonnaise), Rocky Marciano (beef mixed with cheddar, bacon jalapenos,onions and mayonnaise) and Southern Comfort (corn flake-fried chicken, candied bacon, maple mayonnaise and Monterrey Jack cheese). Those with a very big appetite can try their Epic Meal Time Challenge. You can be sure of a memorable burger experience at this family-friendly joint.