Gus: Small steakhouse. Big flavours.
38 Beaubien Street East | Website
In his small, neighbourhood space with a decidedly rustic decor, Chef David Ferguson delivers his bold brand of fun cuisine. A favourite Beaubien Street spot that keeps us clamoring for more.
J’ai Feng: extraordinary Szechuan cuisine
43 Beaubien Street East | Website
In this bright, minimalist, five-star Chinese grocery store/takeout counter, four customers can sit at the counter and enjoy the delicious Szechuan noodles of Anita Feng, an exceptional chef who brings Chinese cuisine to life. Raid her ready-to-eat fridge of small daily homemade dishes and peruse her impeccable selection of Asian products to complete the experience at home.
Pizza Bouquet : New York style pizza!
45 Beaubien Street East | Site web
This tiny restaurant, which also offers counter service, is popular with locals, serves up New York style pizzas and slices, to eat in or take out. They are delicious!
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Le Vieux Vélo: an Eggs Benedict institution
59 Beaubien Street East | Website
A classic Montréal brunch spot! With its vintage décor and long lines on weekends (be patient, it's worth the wait), go to Le Vieux Vélo to savour the happy atmosphere, the eclectic crowd and the perfect Eggs Benedict. Simple, classic and comforting!
168 Beaubien Street East | Site web
This small, super-discreet spot is a must-try on your gourmet adventure on rue Beaubien. The succinct menu gives pride of place to comforting and classic Japanese cuisine: Katsudon, Oyakodon or Korokkedon, to be enjoyed while watching Japanese anime on their screens. So good!
211 Beaubien Street East | Site web
This is a perfect place for a gourmet lunch, a coffee on the outdoor patio, a festive aperitif or an intimate dinner. An impeccable all-in-one that also offers imported wines to take away. An unfussy and delicious option!
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Il Bazzali: a taste of Italy
285 Beaubien Street East | Website
Chef and Tenor Davide Bazzali and his team offer you uplifting Italian cuisine with an international twist. Don't be surprised if the powerful voice of a tenor suddenly starts to echo through the restaurant!
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Bar Mamie et La Cave: for a good, old-fashioned board
328 Beaubien Street East | Website
First come, first served, incomparable quality for what you pay, a hoppin’ atmosphere every night, warm and welcoming owners, comfort food and wine by the glass at appetizing prices: the Bar Mamie et La Cave have quickly become a key part of the Petite-Patrie scene.
Café Pista: brilliant lattes and mini brunch
500 Beaubien Street East | Website
With its hipster feel and cheerfully chill atmosphere, this pretty, bright, almond-green café is a neighbourhood hotspot for luxurious lattes and small dishes to grab on the go.
Isle de Garde: impressive microbrewery
1039 Beaubien Street East | Website
Always packed, this independent brewery offers beers brewed on site and a menu of delicious comfort food in a warm and lively atmosphere.
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Darna bistroquet: a delightfully cozy bistro with Morrocan flavour
1106 Beaubien Street East | Website
Here, the love of well-made food combines with the warmth of a friendly space. The menu is inspired by Mediterranean and Maghrebian cuisine, using local ingredients and eco-friendly products alongside a natural, organic and biodynamic wine list.
La Belle Tonki: Asian comfort food
1335 Beaubien Street East | Website
Anything but conventional, this ultimate temple of comfort food serves up traditional Pho soup and poutine with a twist, all on the same menu. Bursting with flavour and personality, this popular Asian address serves up a culinary mix that can’t be beat!
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Vinvinvin: Nordic biodynamic wine bar
1290 Beaubien Street East | Website
Elegant and inviting, this colourfully cozy wine bar serves up a diverse array of organic and biodynamic wines alongside a snack menu featuring small local plates to share. A must for lovers of wine and design.
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La Rose des Sables: Tunisian Bring-Your-Own-Wine
1815 Beaubien Street East | Website
In a cozy, traditional setting, this delicious neighbourhood restaurant offers fragrant Tunisian and Mediterranean cuisine using fresh produce and slow cooking to enhance the flavours.
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Régine Café: Montréal’s most popular brunch
1840 Beaubien Street East | Website
A Montreal brunch mecca where everyone happily and patiently (yes, you'll have to wait in line) rushes to enjoy the scrumptious cuisine of your favourite “Aunt Régine”. A typically Montreal experience!
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Pâtisserie Madeleine: finesse and savoir-faire
2105 Beaubien Street East | Website
Refined and minimalist, this little taste of baked heaven creates and reworks great French pastry classics with style and sophistication. Too good not to try!
La Boulette: burger paradise
2223 Beaubien Street East | Website
Just steps away from the Beaubien Cinema, this haven of carnivorous delight is an ideal spot to enjoy a gourmet burger with family, friends or a special someone.
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Le Elsdale Buvette de quartier: neighbourhood coffee shop, watering hole and boutique
2381 Beaubien Street East | Website
A cute little locale near Molson Park and the Beaubien Cinema where you can enjoy a coffee, a lunch on the go, a brunch, some oysters, small local plates and fresh natural wines.
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Mitch Deli: 5-star fried chicken sandwich
2660 Beaubien Street East | Website
A gourmet spot to devour big, delicious sandwiches and much more, accompanied by a glass of good organic wine.