A Montreal Layover for Tony means calling up local friends like Martin Picard to explore the city's hot spots that can't be found in any guidebook. He sees first hand how intrinsic the local environment is to ...Go to Episode
Located in Old Montreal, Tony meets up with respected food writer Adam Goldman at Club Chasse et Peche. They eat tuna tartare, lobster, scallops ceviche, octopus and duck.
423 Rue Saint-Claude, Montreal, Quebec H2Y 3B6
Go for the grilled cheese with braised beef shoulder in the middle.
418 Rue Gilford, Montreal, Quebec
Tony Also Recommends: Marven's
"Great place for old-world Greek food and for Marven newbies, a local recommends calamari and rib steak."
880 Ball, Montréal, QC H3N 1J7
"Across from Old Montreal, there’s a permanent wave here caused by swiftly moving water over the river bottom. Surfs up. Always."
1175 Sherbrooke O, Montréal, QC H3A 1H9
St. Lawrence River
"Across from Old Montreal, there's a permanent wave here caused by swiftly moving water over the river bottom. Surfs up. Always."
Tony goes to this Canadian pub in the working-class neighborhood of Sud-Ouest with Fred and Dave. They enjoy cold Molson's and big hunks of pork knuckle. "Exactly, exactly what I like. Big hunks of pork knuckle."
2172 Rue St-Patrick, Montréal, Quebec H3K
Like a tavern from 1920s Montreal, Dominion has "some of the best cocktails in town," says Tony. "Try delicious mussels with fries and bacon."
1243 Metcalfe, Montréal, Quebec H3B 2V5
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