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Montreal’s Mile End neighborhood has an abundance of eating options, but knowing where to begin can be difficult. On this guided walking tour, enjoy a cross section of the finest neighborhood bites, from falafel to chocolates to homemade gnocchi. Hear commentary about the community and get a sneak peek inside the Rialto Theatre (Théâtre Rialto), a Beaux Arts-style ‘20s theater.
This tour will take you through the Mile End area, just north east of downtown Montreal. While here you will truly get a wholesome sense of what sort of gastronomical experience someone living in Montreal would have. It's a very stylish and hip part of town that also has a very young population. Our food tour is strategically placed right in the heart of so many of the primary cultures of Montreal such that you'll be able to eat the best that the city has to offer. Everything is made from fresh local ingredients. We have created a relationship with these local companies which allow for the best in service hospitality. As a private tour, everything works around you! Our start times are much more easy going, dates can open up. It's a much more intimate and cozy experience. No need to shout over other tourists, you will have every question answered, and leave feeling like a native yourself!
Montreal is one of Canada’s most exciting foodie destinations with everything from gourmet cuisine to classic French dishes, to tasty street food. On this tasting tour, explore Montreal neighborhoods such as Little Italy and Mile End with a local guide, stopping at bars, restaurants, bakeries, and delicatessens. Along the way, sample a variety of local and European-inspired dishes including gnocchi, Alsatian tarts, and Montreal-style bagels, accompanied by Quebecois beer and sweet crepes.
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