Boutique de bagels
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Depuis 1957, St-Viateur Bagel fait partie intégrante de la culture et de la vie quotidienne des Montréalais. La légendaire boulangerie de la rue St-Viateur, qui opère 24 heures par jour 7 jours sur 7, vend plus de 1,000 douzaines de bagels par jour.
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Iconic must visit bagel shop with wood-oven baked bagels, made by hand. For fun, grab a friend and head to Fairmount bagel, try to settle the age-old debate on which is the better bagel spot.
Ouvert 24h 7j/7. Acheter les chaud sortant du four, incomparable! open 24h 7days a week. Buy them fresh and hot. Best bagels in Montreal.
Historic Montreal bagel shop since 1960, 24h, cash only on Park Avenue. Hand-rolled in front of you in a stone oven.
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“Make no mistake, this institution is at the top of your Montreal food to-do list. And whatever diet you’ve been on or have wanted to start, it’ll just have to wait another day. On a normal day, there’ll be a lineup outside that’s worth waiting for. Once you’re seated and the waiter comes to you, you want either a smoked meat sandwich or a platter, which is a 1/2 kilo of smoked meat with rye bread and you assemble the sandwiches yourself. The next choice is either lean, medium or fat. Medium is the sensible choice, which the waiter will suggest. But you’re on vacation, so treat yourself to the fatty option. And if you want to complete this Montreal classic properly, get the black cherry soda, pickle and creamy cole slaw. Enjoy!”
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