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Within Walking Distance of our Bed & Breakfast

Lola Rosa Café

A trendy spot for hipsters and students, this restaurant attracts not only vegetarians but those on the quest for the perfect burrito; serving wonderful, healthy, and affordable foods like salads, soups, and veggie burgers—and both the healthiest and most delicious nachos you can find anywhere! Lola Rosa Café completes the casual dining experience with charming French staff and a welcoming atmosphere. A nice touch is the drawers found at each table, where diners leave notes for future visitors!
Downtown: McGill metro: (map)

Amelios

In a city with so many pizza joints, it would be a shame to miss out on the local favorite that’s just a short walk away! Countless residents of the area claim Amelios to be the best pizza in the city—for eating in or for delivery. A McGill staple for over 25 years, Amelios pizza is made the old fashioned way, and selection ranges from traditional to innovative types like the “Reuben”, and the “Club”, as well as fresh subs and pastas. Caution: you may be in for a lineup (but it’s worth it)!
Downtown: McGill Metro (map)

Hielo Grill & Bar

Ideal if you are looking for a nice terrace to relax on in the summertime, Coasters Bar & Grill is also noted for its amazing burgers, fun cocktails, and good drink specials.
Downtown: McGill Metro (map)

Chez Cora

A popular breakfast/lunch chain, Chez Cora’s is very family-friendly, and serves generous portions packed with plenty of fruit. They offer an especially pleasing variety of smoothies, as well as crepes with all the fixings.
Downtown: McGill Metro (map)

Bistro Isakaya

Bistro Isakaya serves very fresh, affordable, and delicious Japanese food and sushi. As a bonus, they also offer very affordable beer and house wine.
Downtown: McGill Metro (map)

Circos

A well-loved, upscale eatery with reasonable prices, Circos woos diners with it’s classy interior and terrace, friendly and competent staff, and exceptional rendering of culturally diverse flavors, inspired by Montreal favorites. Enjoy enchantingly presented pasta, grill, sandwiches and fish, or enjoy a carefully crafted martini at the bar/lounge.
Downtown: McGill Metro (map)

Apollo

Located the wonderfully renovated old rectory of Christ Church Cathedral, the beautiful stone building of Apollo is fronted by a courtyard that functions as a terrace, and also provides the option of dining in the elegantly modern dining room. Chef-partner Giovanni Apollo is a well-known name in the Montreal gourmet scene, and his latest restaurant serves contemporary market cuisine, producing innovative creations based around one central ingredient—sure to create a unique culinary experience.
Downtown: McGill Metro (map)

A Short Metro Ride Away (But not to be Missed!)

Casa del Popolo

Hip vegetarians and artists on a budget will be glad they stopped by Casa del Popolo for a cheap, delicious sandwich, a drink on the patio, a night of experimental music, or just to take in the inspiring Bohemian atmosphere.
Plateau: Mont-Royal Metro (map)

St. Viateur Bagel

A visit to Montreal wouldn’t be complete without a sampling of one of our famous bagels, and St. Viateur’s bagels are a “hole in one”. In operation since 1957 and open 24/7, St. Viateur Bagel is a Montreal staple you won’t regret indulging in.
Plateau: Laurier Metro (map)

Fairmount Bagels

The competition for Best Bagels in Montreal is always between Fairmount and St Viateur Bagels. St. Viateur’s are heavier and more filling, while Fairmount bagels are fluffy, light and chewy. We like the Fairmount’s better and serve them for breakfast. (map)

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