Where to Eat in Montreal’s Gay Village and Centre-Sud
From Eater Montreal:
Today's Pride parade finishes up in the Village — here are some of the best eats around the area.
From bakery to BYOB, and everything in between.
Despite its proximity to downtown, the Village and the surrounding Centre-Sud district hasn’t nearly had the same restaurant boom as other inner-city areas like Griffintown — perhaps because it doesn’t have the same degree of soulless condo developments. But in any case, there’s culinary gems to check out in the hood — big names like Le Mousso and Agrikol set up in recent years, alongside more established and beloved spots like patisserie De Farine et d’Eau Fraîche and BYOB O’Thym. This map runs the gamut of what to eat in the area, from casse-croûte to tasting menu. This map only looks at eateries in the Centre-Sud boundaries: that’s Berri to the west, the railroad near Frontenac to the east, Sherbrooke to the north, and the river to the south. If you’re looking further east, check out our Hochelaga map.
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