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LAST UPDATE: JANUARY 24, 2019

Which restaurants are open on Sunday nights and Monday nights in Montreal? This must be one of the questions I get asked the most often from Montrealers and visitors alike so I thought it would be a good idea to write a post about it. This is an ongoing list that I add to (or take out from) constantly. It is also by no means a complete list so please feel free to suggest a restaurant in the comment section below or drop me a line so I can give it a try and add it to the list.

Monday night choices

  • Bouillon Bilk
    Market cuisine at its best, this bistro is one of the best choices when you’re in the Quartier des Spectacles.
    1595 Boulevard St-Laurent / 514 845 1595
  • O’Thym
    French bring-your-own wine bistro.
    1112 De Maisonneuve East / 514 525 3443
  • Brasserie T!
    Famous restaurant Toqué’s little sister in the heart of Montreal’s Quartier des spectacles.
    1425 Rue Jeanne Mance / 514 282 0808
  • Le Bremner
    Second restaurant from famous chef Chuck Hughes.
    361 St Paul East / 514 544 0446
  • L’Express
    This quintessential French brasserie is a little piece of Paris in Montreal.
    3927 St Denis / 514 845 5333
    Open until 2am
  • Maison Boulud
    Maison Boulud is located inside the Ritz Carlton Hotel and has quickly become a classic on the Montreal restaurant scene. Read my full review here
    1228 Sherbrooke West / 514 842 4224
  • Leméac
    Lovely French bistro with a beautiful terrasse. They serve a reduced-price menu after 10pm.
    1045 Laurier West / 514 270 0999
  • Holder
    Hip and unpretentious brasserie in Old Montreal.
    407 McGill Street / 514 849 0333
  • Quartier général
    A fun bring-your-own wine bistro. Voted one of enRoute magazine’s best new restaurants of 2010.
    1251 Rue Gilford / 514 658 1839
  • La Chronique
    This is one of the best French restaurants, no one of the best restaurants overall, in the city, period. Read my review of their lunch here.
    99 Laurier Avenue West / 514 271 3095
  • Le Red Tiger
    A Vietnamese pub offering chef Phong Thach’s own take on Vietnam’s street food culture.
    1201 De Maisonneuve East / 514 439 7006
  • The Sparrow
    The Mile End hipsters hang out at this funky gastropub with British influence
    5322 St-Laurent Boulevard / 514 507 1642
  • Kazu
    The best Japanese Izakaya in the city. Be ready to wait in line for at least 1/2 hour but it’s worth it! Read my full review here
    1862 Rue St-Catherine West / 514 937 2333
  • Jun I
    One of the best sushi restaurants in town.
    156 Laurier West / 514 276 5864
  • Brit & Chips
    The name says it all!
    433 Rue McGill / 514 840 1001
  • Dinette Triple Crown
    Southern inspired food in the middle of Little Italy! You can grab your food in a picnic basket and go eat it in the park across the street!
    6704 Clark Street / 514 272 2617
  • Dominion Square Tavern
    A wonderful little tavern in the middle of the downtown core.
    1243 Metcalfe / 514 564 5056
  • Pastaga
    This Martin Juneau restaurant serves fun, seasonal, well executed food. Read my full review here
    6389 Boulevard Saint-Laurent / 438 381 6389
  • Chez Victoire
    Critically acclaimed chef Alexandre Gosselin is at the helm of this dynamic & hip Plateau eatery.
    1453 Mont-Royal East / 514 521 6789
    Open until midnight with a lower price menu after 10pm
  • Grumman 78
    Montreal’s favourite taco truck now has permanent digs at this swank spot in Saint-Henri.
    630 De Courcelles / 514 290 5125
  • Restaurant GUS
    A great little steakhouse by chef David Ferguson whose unique cooking style combines Southwest flavours with local ingredients. Read my full review here
    38 Beaubien East / 514 722 2175
  • Le Serpent
    From the team behind the great restaurants Le Club Chasse et Pêche and Le Filet, comes another fantastic dining experience in Montreal.
    257 Prince Street / 514 316 4666
  • Majestique
    Delicious and fun food in a magical ambiance that’s like a well-balanced mix of vintage kitsch and circus delight. Read my full review here
    4105 Saint-Laurent / 514 439 1850
  • Icehouse
    Lobster burritos, popcorn shrimp, fried chicken, ribs, tacos, chicken-fried peach pie, bourbon-spiked lemonade… you’ll find all that and so much more at this very hip and fun Texas-inspired restaurant. Read my full review here
    51 Roy East / 514 439 6691
  • Restaurant Ikanos
    A Greek tapas spot in the heart of Old Montreal, Ikanos has garnered great reviews since its opening.
    112 Rue McGill / 514 842 0867
  • GEMA
    Hands down one of the best – if not the best – Neapolitan-style pizzeria in town. Read my full review here
    6827 Rue St-Dominique /514 419 4448
  • Montréal Plaza
    A beautiful room with creative dishes that will surprise you by enfant terrible chef Charles Antoine Crête
    6230 St Hubert / 514 903 6230
  • Larry’s
    A great café slash wine bar slash restaurant from the people behind Lawrence. Read my full review here
    9 Fairmount Avenue
  • Yokato Yokobai
    The best ramen spot in Montreal, period. Read my full review here
    4185 Drolet / 514 282 9991
  • Le Réservoir
    Réservoir is run by the Hotel Herman team (now closed unfortunately) and they are serving great food in a great ambiance.
    9 Rue Duluth East / 514 849 7779
  • Elena
    A great Italian restaurant in Saint-Henri from the team behind Nora Gray.
    5090 Notre-Dame West / 514 379 4883
  • Foxy
    Open 7 days a week, Foxy serves delectable food cooked on an open flame.
    1638 Notre-Dame West / 514 925 7007
  • Manitoba
    “A taste of the forest in your plates, a taste of nature in our glasses” Manitoba is a unique dining experience and one of the best restaurants in Montreal.
    271 St Zotique West / 514 270 8000
  • Tiradito
    The only Nikkei (fusion of Japanese and Peruvian) restaurant in Montreal and a favourite cuisine of mine. Read my full review here.
    1076 Rue de Bleury / 514 866 6776

Sunday night choices

  • Au pied de cochon
    Internationally renowned chef Martin Picard’s restaurant. Try the foie gras poutine!
    536 Duluth East / 514 281 1114
  • Garde Manger
    Famous chef Chuck Hughes restaurant in the heart of Old Montreal.
    408 Saint François Xavier / 514 678 5044
  • Le Chien Fumant
    The portions are gargantuan, the food delicious and the ambiance so much fun!
    4710 de Lanaudière / 514 524 2444
  • Quartier général
    A fun bring-your-own wine bistro. Voted one of enRoute magazine’s best new restaurants of 2010.
    1251 Rue Gilford / 514 658 1839
  • La Chronique
    This is one of the best French restaurants, no one of the best restaurants overall, in the city, period. Read my review of their lunch here.
    99 Laurier Avenue West / 514 271 3095
  • O’Thym
    French bring-your-own wine bistro.
    1112 De Maisonneuve East / 514 525 3443
    Bring your own wine
  • Brasserie T!
    Famous restaurant Toqué’s little sister in the heart of Montreal’s Quartier des spectacles.
    1425 Rue Jeanne Mance / 514 282 0808
  • L’Express
    The quintessential French brasserie in Montreal.
    3927 St Denis / 514 845 5333
  • Maison Boulud
    Maison Boulud just opened inside the Ritz Carlton Hotel and has become a classic on the Montreal restaurant scene.

    1228 Sherbrooke West / 514 842 4224
  • Pastaga
    This Martin Juneau restaurant serves fun, seasonal, well executed food. Read my full review here
    6389 St Laurent / 438 381 6389
  • Kazamaza
    A delicious Middle-Eastern restaurant (mostly Lebanese and Syrian) serving fresh and delicious food in a fun ambiance. Read my full review here
    629 Parc Avenue / 514 844 6292
  • Leméac
    Lovely French bistro with a beautiful terrasse. They serve a reduced-price menu after 10pm.
    1045 Laurier West / 514 270 0999
  • Holder
    Hip and unpretentious brasserie in Old Montreal.
    407 McGill Street / 514 849 0333
  • Kazu
    The best Japanese Izakaya in the city. Be ready to wait in line for at least 1/2 hour but it’s worth it! Read my full review here
    1862 Rue St-Catherine West / 514 937 2333
  • Brit & Chips
    The name says it all!
    433 Rue McGill / 514 840 1001
  • Damas
    Absolutely delicious Syrian and Middle Eastern food. One of my favourite restaurants in town. Read my full review here
    1201 Van Horne Avenue / 514 439 5435
  • Hoogan et Beaufort
    Chef Marc-André Jetté’s cuisine here is refined, elegant, seasonal and focused on local ingredients. Read my full review here
    4095 Molson / 514 903 1233
  • Tapeo
    Simply put, this is the best tapas restaurant in the city, in my opinion of course.
    511 Villeray / 514 495 1999
  • Dominion Square Tavern
    A wonderful little tavern in the middle of the downtown core.
    1243 Metcalfe / 514 564 5056
  • The Sparrow
    The Mile End hipsters hang out at this funky gastropub with British influence.
    5322 St-Laurent Boulevard / 514 507 1642
  • Maison Publique
    A pub serving English tavern food in a great ambiance by Derek Dammann, from former (and now defunct) DNA restaurant.
    4720 rue Marquette / 514 507 0555
  • Icehouse
    Lobster burritos, popcorn shrimp, fried chicken, ribs, tacos, chicken-fried peach pie, bourbon-spiked lemonade… you’ll find all that and so much more at this very hip and fun Texas-inspired restaurant. Read my full review here
    51 Roy East / 514 439 6691
  • Bottega
    Great pizza and a fun atmosphere in Montreal’s Little Italy neighbourhood.
    65 St Zotique East / 514 277 8504
  • Pizzeria Magpie
    One of the best pizze in town, with two locations, one in the hip Mile End district and another in the Village.
    16 Rue Maguire / 514 507 2900
  • Bouillon Bilk
    When I think of Bouillon Bilk, I think of fresh, colourful, beautiful and delicious plates.
    1595 St Laurent / 514 845 1595
  • Dinette Triple Crown
    Southern inspired food in the middle of Little Italy! You can grab your food in a picnic basket and go eat it in the park across the street!
    6704 Clark Street / 514 272 2617
  • Le Coq de l’est
    I’ve only been to this restaurant once but I fell hard for it so go!
    8803 rue Hochelaga / 438 385 9455
  • Chez Victoire
    Critically acclaimed chef Alexandre Gosselin is at the helm of this dynamic & hip Plateau eatery.
    1453 Mont-Royal East / 514 521 6789
  • Grumman 78
    Montreal’s favourite taco truck now has permanent digs at this swank spot in Saint-Henri.
    630 De Courcelles / 514 290 5125
  • Majestique
    Delicious and fun food in a magical ambiance that’s like a well-balanced mix of vintage kitsch and circus delight. Read my full review here
    4105 Saint-Laurent Boulevard / 514 439 1850
  • GEMA
    Hands down one of the best – if not the best – Neapolitan-style pizzeria in town. Read my full review here
    6827 Rue St-Dominique /514 419 4448
  • Montréal Plaza
    A beautiful room with creative dishes that will surprise you by enfant terrible chef Charles Antoine Crête
    6230 St Hubert / 514 903 6230
  • Restaurant Candide
    This vegetable focused, regional cuisine restaurant housed inside an old presbytery is one of my favourites in Montreal Read my full review here
    551 Rue Saint-Martin / 514 447 2717
  • Yokato Yokobai
    The best ramen spot in Montreal, period. Read my full review here
    4185 Drolet / 514 282 9991
  • Restaurant Ikanos
    A Greek tapas spot in the heart of Old Montreal, Ikanos has garnered great reviews since its opening.
    112 Rue McGill / 514 842 0867
  • Larry’s
    A great café slash wine bar slash restaurant from the people behind Lawrence. Read my full review here
    9 Fairmount Avenue
  • Le Super Qualité
    A tiny Indian restaurant serving authentic food inspired by India’s multiple regions. Read my full review here.
    1211 Rue Bélanger / 514 398 0184
  • Le Réservoir
    Réservoir is run by the Hotel Herman team (now closed unfortunately) and they are serving great food in a great ambiance.
    9 Rue Duluth East / 514 849 7779
  • Le Fantôme
    Voted as one of Canada’s 10 Best New Restaurants by enRoute magazine, Le Fantôme offers a creative 6 to 9 course tasting menu in addition to some must have staples, like their PBFGJ (peanut butter, foie gras and jelly) sandwich.
    1832 Rue William / 514 846 1832
  • Elena
    A great Italian restaurant in Saint-Henri from the team behind Nora Gray.
    5090 Notre-Dame West / 514 379 4883
  • PASTEL
    A critically-acclaimed restaurant serving gorgeous food in a beautifully Old Montreal local.
    124 Rue McGill, Suite 100 / 514 395 9015
  • Foxy
    Open 7 days a week, Foxy serves delectable food cooked on an open flame.
    1638 Notre-Dame West / 514 925 7007
  • Tiradito
    The only Nikkei (fusion of Japanese and Peruvian) restaurant in Montreal and a favourite cuisine of mine. Read my full review here.
    1076 Rue de Bleury / 514 866 6776
  • Satay Brothers
    Authentic Singaporean street food in a loud and cheerful ambiance.
    3721 Notre-Dame West / 514 933 3507
  • Hélicoptère
    Beautiful food in a beautiful space by partners who formerly worked at Bouillon Bilk.
    4255 Rue Ontario East / 514 543 4255

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