Best Food Tours in Montreal
Food Tours – Montreal is known for many things, but most of all for its popular and diverse food culture. One of the main attractions in the city are the many restaurants and cafés all around the city. There’s no surprise that city has some of the food tours in the most popular districts of the island. Local Montreal Food Tours is a great way for foodies to learn about the diverse food culture of our city and to understand some historical facts and visit some landmarks of each district.
Mile End Montreal Food Tour
The Mile End is a vibrant community of artists and young entrepreneurs. It’s one of Montreal’s many districts and includes some of the best coffee shops and restaurants in the city. The Mile End is the perfect place to discover back alleys and it includes some of the best landmarks in Montreal. You’ll be able to discover all of them during this tour. You will also be visiting and tasting food from La Panthère Verte, Chocolats Genevieve Grandbois, St-Viateur Bagel, Drogheria Fine, Boucherie Lawrence and Kim Coba. It’s a 3 hour tour and prices start at 53$. Click here for more information about this tour. There is also an evening tour of the Mile End, click here for tickets.
Old Montreal Food Tour
Old Montreal is beautiful to walk through anytime of year. It’s a great place to feel the European vibe of the city while walking through narrow cobblestone streets. Your tour guide will talk you through one of the most culturally rich districts in Montreal. You’ll be walking by public squares, Notre-Dame Basilica and much more. During this tour, you’ll be tasting food and drinking coffee from Crew Café, Cookie Stéfanie, Taberna, Bistro les Soeurs Grises and Soupe Soup. This tour is 3 hours long and prices start at 59$. Click here for more information about the tour.
Plateau & “The Main” Food Tour
The Plateau Mont-Royal is a similar neighbourhood to the Mile End. It holds some of the best places to grab a coffee and a bite to eat. Your tour guide will talk you through the history of the Portuguese and Jewish communities that have “made this neighbourhood what it is today”. During this tour, you will be visiting and tasting food and drinking local beers from Epicerie Has, Du Rosaire, Schwartz’s Deli, Museum of Jewish Montreal & Fletcher’s Cafe and Bar Darling. This tour is 2.5 hours long and prices start at 49$. Click here for more information about the tour.
By: Elsa-Maret- mtltimes.ca