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The beautifully-lit restaurant with white curtains can be spotted easily on Notre-Dame West street. Quattro was started by three chefs from different parts of Italy and they were very successful in getting the native flavors in Montreal. The restaurant has elegant interiors with open, brick-like walls and neat, black tables and chairs. The place serves exquisite Italian food along with fine wine. This premium restaurant has won many awards and honors in a short span of time.
Try the delicious northern Italian cuisine at this upscale restaurant. Located in a historic building, the ambiance is elegant, yet still warm. The season dishes are prepared using the finest ingredients. The Prix Fixe menu is a tad expensive, but well worth the cost. The friendly and attentive staff will suggest the perfect wine to pair with your meal.
Since 1984, this pizzeria has been serving authentic taste of Italy in their pizzas. Il Focolaio is known for the thin crust pizzas cooked fresh in the maple wood oven. The big pizzas here have some of the best and most fresh toppings and ingredients. The other side orders like breads, calzones, etc. are equally delicious. Amazing pizza with a glass of beer or premium wine, together, create a perfect family or friends group time.
La Marinara is a medium-sized cafe and restaurant, dimly-lit with yellow bulbs and candles on each table. The place has list of options for Italian dishes like pasta and veal. The chefs have kept both, vegetarians and sea-food lovers, in mind and prepared a varied menu. The dishes have Italian flavors with some alterations. They have some coffee, dessert and liquor options to choose from to complete your meal. You can even check what is cooking inside the kitchen through the glass partition. The place is perfect for a good family time or a romantic date.
A recent move to the downtown area has not cramped this classic restaurant's style, thanks to continuity in both service and decor. Many of the original waiters and stained glass panels have traveled with it. The menu includes a distinguished list of daily specials and a la carte traditional soups, salads, meat, fish and, of course, pasta, with main courses along with wines. Call or visit their website to know more.
Trattoria Trestevere, popular Italian throwback is as warm, cozy and unpretentious as they come; which is to say that it is totally out of place on trendy Rue Crescent. Eschewing the glitter of surrounding restaurants and nightclubs, the kitchen and staff here focus on Italian comfort food in traditional surroundings. The all-Italian wine list is a bargain.
This restaurant in the heart of Montreal's bar district has spent almost 40 years building its fine reputation. Considered one of the most elegant Italian establishments in the city, its inviting décor features mahogany staircases, high ceilings and working fireplaces. Specialties include all the Italian favorites from carpaccios and risottos to tender osso buco. Desserts are excellent, as is the all-Italian wine list.