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Getting to Montreal:
Airports:
-YUL
Main airport - There is an express bus (#747) that goes direct from the airport to downtown for $10 CAD.

-PBG
Plattsburgh is on the US side and therefore may provide cheaper flight options. About 1 hour drive to Montreal.

-BTV
Burlington is on the US side and therefore may provide cheaper flight options. About 1.5 hour drive to Montreal.

Other transport:
-Heiman's Bus (~ 9 hrs) ~$140 RT
Bus from NYC to Montreal. Leaving every night arriving early morning.

-Amtrak (~ 10.5 hrs from NYC) ~$100-$120 RT
Train is much more comfortable than the bus. Schedule not as convenient, leaves early morning arrives late evening. Wi-Fi and Kosher snacks available.
Amtrak TRs here and here

Hotels:
Downtown:
-W hotel  (SPG)
Beautiful and highly recommended.

-Fairmont Queen Elizabeth
Regal hotel, excellent ambiance.

-Intercontinental/St James's
Gorgeous

-Hyatt
Outdated

Airport:
-Sheraton four points (SPG)
5 minute drive (w/o traffic) from kosher area.

Chabad area:
Quality Hotel - Decarie & Plamondon
Walking distance to entire Chabad area. Has kosher breakfast. Rooms are old and outdated. Not a luxury experience to say the least. Has a kosher restaurant on premises.

-Ruby Foo
About 15 minute walk from Chabad area.

Transportation:
Great Metro system that is pretty easy to follow.

Activities:


Museums:


Amusement parks/Thrill rides/Game Rooms:
-Casino (downtown)

-La Ronde
Six flag style amusement park

Beaches/Water Activities:
Boat ride at Old-port

Winter Activities:
Skiing
-Mt Tremblant resort
Best skiing

-Mont St Sauveur
Good skiing. Less touristy.

-Snow tubing
-Ice Skating
-Ice village
Ile des Nieges

Sports:
Montreal Canadiens (NHL - Hockey)

Alouettes (CFL - Football)

Impact (MLS - Soccer)

Other activities:
Beaver Lake/Mount Royal
Old Montreal
Jazz Festival
Comedy Festival
Old Port
Biodome
-Olympic Stadium & Tower
Some felt this was an underwhelming experience.
-Underground city

Shopping:

Hiking/Nature:
-Botanical Gardens
Beautiful gardens, great for a date on a nice day.

Nearby Cities:
Ottawa (2 hours)
Quebec City (3 hours)
Boston (5 hours)
Toronto (5 hours)
Niagara Falls (7 hours)
NYC (7 hours)

Eateries:

- Google map of all the restaurants and stores on the Montreal Kosher website here (probably missed some, saved to my drive to enable edits, so feel free to update accordingly)

Dairy:
-Pizza Pita - Decarie (@ Plamondon) Great hours (open until 11pm? 4am M"S)
Great food all around. There is something here for everyone. Pizza is good, but the real treats lie elsewhere. Poutine is a must as is the pizza eggroll/wrap. Felafel and veggie burger are some of the best in Western hemisphere. Great salad and ice cream bars as well. Has a drive-through.
514-731-7482,  6415 Decarie Blvd, Que, H3W 3E1 pizzapita.com

-Exception (Breakfast/Lunch) Queen Mary Rd.
Good breakfast menu. A bit pricey, but quality food. Delicious pizza

-Bistro Pizza Bar on Westminster

-District Bagel (Formerly Mount Royal Bagels) 709 Lucerne Rd.
 Authentic wood-oven bagels. Great flavors. Blueberry, cinnamon etc. Now available on Uber Eats

-Pizza Gourmetti on Victoria corner of Bourett

-Kosher Pizza Bar at Cavendish Mall in CSL

-Restaurant Mozart on Queen Mary

-Taty Pizza on Darlington

Sushi:
- Yakimono
Best kosher sushi, hands down. Nice ambiance for Montreal standards. Delicious french fries (order half regular and half sweet potato).
4210 Boulevard Décarie, Montréal, QC H4A 3K3 (514) 484-1515
http://www.yakimono.ca/

- Metsuyan Sushi
2113 Rue Saint Louis, Saint-Laurent, QC H4L 1P1 (514) 744-2323
http://www.metsuyansushi.com/
Closed

-CHIYOKO Sushi Bar & Steakhouse
2113 Rue Saint-Louis, Saint-Laurent, QC H4L 1P1
(514) 804-0581
https://www.chiyokosushi.com/

- Metsuyan Sushi Express at Cavendish Mall in CSL
Certified by MK

- Saizen Sushi on Decarie
Certified by MK

- Chanoch's Sushi on Darlington

Meat:
- Ernie & Ellie's (Chinese) Decarie Square Mall
Good Chinese food. They have a tasting menu (all you can eat style) once a week that some recommend.
Certified by MK

- Chops (upscale)
Good steakhouse

- Benny & Fils
4944 Queen Mary Rd, Montreal, QC H3W 1X3
(same owners as Chez Benny that closed)

- City Grill
5055 Queen Mary NEW!
Certified by MK

-Luzzatto At Ramada Plaza Glatt Kosher Fine Italian Cuisine
6445 Decarie Blvd, Montreal, QC H3W 3E1
http://luzzattorestaurant.com/
Certified by CK (A new hechsher)

-The BSTRO / La Renaissance Gourmet
5663-A avenue Royalmount, Mont-Royal, QC H4P 2P9 (Industrial Park)
(514) 731-1862
https://larenaissancegourmet.com
Certified by MK

- CHIYOKO Sushi Bar & Steakhouse
2113 Rue Saint-Louis, Saint-Laurent, QC H4L 1P1
(514) 804-0581
https://www.chiyokosushi.com/
Certified by MK

-Deli 770
Comfy, kosher deli in a strip mall preparing sandwiches, charcuterie & salads to eat in or take out.
265 Alexis-Nihon Blvd, Saint-Laurent, QC H4M 2A4
(514) 748-0770
Certified by Chabad of Montréal

- Jerusalem Express at Cavendish Mall

- Deli Boys (Sorsky's) at Cavendish Mall
Certified by MK

- Chez Benny (American/Israeli) Queen Mary Rd.
Fast food/cafeteria style. Delicious Shawarma.
Closed

- Kimly Kosher at Cavendish Mall Closed

- The Grill (American) Decarie & Plamondon in the Quality Hotel
Decent food, about what you would expect for something called "the grill"
Closed

-Mega Burger on Decarie Closed


Takeout:
- Deli365 (heimish takeout)
365 Bernard

- Oinegs (heimish takeout)
360 st viateur  Montreal, QC H2V4G9
(514) 277-3600

- Adar on Westminster

- Fooderie - Mid-Town (Formally Montreal Kosher) in Wilderton Shopping Center

- One Stop Kosher on Darlington

Bakeries/Others:
- Cheskies
The cheese muffins had an indescribably great flavor. The flaky cheese danish with confectioners sugar and large cheese florets were equally great. You really can’t go wrong with any of the other cheese baked goods.
359 Rue Bernard Ouest, Montréal, QC H2V 4H3
(514) 271-2253

- Westminster gourmet - Cote St. Luc

- Kosher Quality on Victoria corner of Bourret

- Montreal Kosher, three different locations with main branch on Victoria.

- Citi Cachere on Van Horne close to Victoria

- Mount Royal Bagel (Bagels) Jean Talon [See above District Bagel]

- Paradise Kosher in DDO (Bakery, Takeout, Meat - a mini market)

- Sprinklz Now changed to Glidaz under new management
Fun self-serve yogurt. Some Cholov Yisroel and Pareve choices. Charged by weight.

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Re: Montreal Master Thread
« Reply #320 on: May 26, 2015, 10:13:10 AM »
What will be open or closed on Canada day?
Restaurants and attractions should be open.
Supermarkets and any other shopping will be closed.
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« Reply #321 on: May 26, 2015, 10:32:16 AM »
Thanks!

Anyone have a recent Montreal TR?
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Re: Montreal Master Thread
« Reply #322 on: May 26, 2015, 10:53:59 AM »
Thanks!

Anyone have a recent Montreal TR?
Anything specific?

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« Reply #323 on: May 26, 2015, 11:11:15 AM »
Anything specific?
New restaurants, activities, etc
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Re: Montreal Master Thread
« Reply #324 on: May 26, 2015, 11:35:00 AM »
New restaurants, activities, etc
Exceptions was bought by Mendel Mochkin (the guy who owns Yaki) and the service and food is officially a lot better than it used to be.

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« Reply #325 on: May 26, 2015, 11:37:37 AM »
Cool, what else is worth going to?

Wiki is pretty sparse on reviews and hasn't been updated since January...
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« Reply #326 on: May 26, 2015, 07:53:46 PM »
For those without Nexus, YUL has a sep customs line for connecting pax, which takes you to the front of regular customs line. Hidden city has an extra use here.
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Re: Montreal Master Thread
« Reply #327 on: May 26, 2015, 08:49:05 PM »
Thanks!

Anyone have a recent Montreal TR?
Just got back from YUL a few hours ago.
Not much to report though.

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Re: Montreal Master Thread
« Reply #328 on: May 26, 2015, 09:45:15 PM »
Just got back from YUL a few hours ago.
Not much to report though.
Sums up Montreal pretty well... ;D

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Re: Montreal Master Thread
« Reply #329 on: May 26, 2015, 11:43:19 PM »
Poutine.

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Re: Montreal Master Thread
« Reply #330 on: May 27, 2015, 01:51:19 AM »
Was there last week with some friends. For us frenchies who have some nostalgia for french food, we went to Charcuterie Amsellem in Cote St Luc, they have great saucisson (dried salami), merguez (spicy sausage), pâté, etc...
Also went to Patisserie Adar for their viennoiseries (french pastries), like "pain aux amandes" (almond pastry), "pain aux raisins" (raisin pastry), etc...

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Re: Montreal Master Thread
« Reply #331 on: May 27, 2015, 10:06:07 AM »
Poutine.
Pita Pizza Poutine isn't good IME. Tov Li in Toronto has good Poutine though.
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Re: Montreal Master Thread
« Reply #333 on: May 28, 2015, 01:14:22 AM »
Thanks!

Anyone have a recent Montreal TR?
It's not that old. It was also a legal holiday when we were there.
Montreal Mini TR

Sunday, October 12, 2014
Our flight from PHL to YUL was on US Airways Express.  We used 4,500 Avios OW/per person.  The flight left PHL at 1:30pm and arrived in YUL on time at 3:00pm.  Thanks to T-Mobile I was able to use data and texting in Canada.  It took a few minutes for it to connect to the network and another few minutes for texting to work.

Since we were travelling on Succos, I had the 4 Minim with me. We did declare them on for customs, and we were not given any problems.

We decided not to rent a car for our 27-hour stay.  The prices were extremely high and that wasn't factoring in gas and parking which was in effect on weekends and holidays.   We bought the 3 day metro pass for CAD$36 which was obviously more than we needed for 27 hours, but the 24 hour pass would not have been enough.

Taking the 747 bus couldn't have been any easier.  The automatic ticket machines are right by the exit and the bus was right outside the door. The busses run very frequently during the mid-late afternoon, so within 5 minutes of boarding we were on our way.

We were staying at the Residence Inn Westmount using our free Cat 4 award from opening the credit card. While this hotel is only a Cat 3, it was in a good location and suited our needs perfectly.
After getting off the bus at the Atwater stop we decided to walk half a mile to our hotel. After checking in and securing a suite upgrade, we decided to make the most of the 2 hours of sunlight we had left and go to Mount Royal Park.


Our suite at the Residence Inn Westmount

Per the hotel's suggestion we took a bus to the base of the park and walked from there to find the first lookout. A word about the lookout.  There's a large parking lot we're people walk the 5 minutes up to the lookout. Unfortunately there were no signs pointing the way.  At first we headed right (the wrong way).  Then my wife needed to use the washroom (hey, we were in Canada), and people pointed us towards one in the opposite direction. After walking there and back to the parking lot it was almost sunset. We went left this time and made our way up to the lookout (where there were bathrooms we could have used).


View of Montreal at sunset

After taking a few pictures there, it was nearly dark and we were not in the mood of walking 10 minutes to the second lookout.  We took the bus from inside the park and made our way by 2 buses and a train to Yakimono for dinner.

When we got to Yakimono the restaurant was packed.  We didn't have a reservation, but we were able to snag the last table that was on the patio,  right by the plastic door flap. While it was a little chilly with people coming in and out, it was a right next to a heat lamp so we were okay.

The food itself was amazing.  We got three rolls of sushi as well as a mixed fries (per suggestions on DDF).  Halfway through the meal my wife's cousin and her husband stopped by and recommended we try Sprinklz for dessert, so we skipped dessert at Yakimono.


Mixed fries at Yakimono


Sushi at Yakimono

After we finished eating, we took the subway to Sprinklz. We tasted a few flavors decided that we really didn't like the frozen yogurt. Combine that with the fact that they didn't accept credit cards under CAD$5 and I didn't have any CAD on me, we just decided to skip it and head back to the hotel.

Monday, October 13, 2014
Monday was Canadian Thanksgiving. For those who are curious, Wikipedia describes the holiday as a harvest festival,  similar to Succos which is why it's in October and not November.  It's not really that celebrated in Quebec, as it's treated more like we treat Labor Day (a day off but with no real celebrations).

I decided to go to Chabad of Westmount for shachris, which was at 8:30am since it was only a 10-minute walk from the Residence Inn.  Before I left I made sure to take some breakfast from the buffet, as it would close at 9:30am and I might have missed it.


Chabad of Westmount. You can't see it from Google Street View as it's in a building on a plaza above street level.

The kosher part of the breakfast buffet consisted of cereal and milk and fruit. I asked an employee (who only spoke French) what brand the bagels and bread were to see if they were kosher.  Even though my French is not that great, she was happy to take me down to the storage room and show me the packaging of all the food.

Turns out the bread and bagels were not kosher, but the waffle mix was kosher.  Too bad the waffle irons weren’t! I took some bowls of cereal and cups of milk up to our room on a tray and kept the milk cold in the fridge until I got back from shachris.

After a quick breakfast, we were out the door by 10:30am for our day in Old Montreal.

Based on suggestions from the hotel, we decided to walk to Old Montreal and the Old Port. We took St. Cathrine's St. and had fun looking at all the stores.  We also went into one of the malls that is part of the Underground City to explore. While there was no real reason to walk underground on such a clear, sunny day,  it would  definitely be a lifesaver in the middle of winter. You could walk for quite a few miles without going outdoors once.  It's pretty awesome.

On our way to the old port we walked though China Town. I don't think it's really worth the time as there's nothing interesting to see and it's only a few blocks long.  It might be more interesting if we could have eaten at the restaurants, but they obviously were not kosher.

We spent most of the day just walking around the Old Port area and Rue St. Paul.  I've heard from many people that Montreal is the Paris of North America. While I've never been to Paris, I don't think Montreal could be close. Besides for Rue St. Paul, none of the streets even look European! To me Montreal felt just like any other part of Canada or the US just things were in French. Rue St. Paul was the old Street we saw that actually felt like a European street, which ended up being just fine for us.


Old Port

For lunch we just ate some rice cakes and peanut butter (courtesy of the US Air lounge in PHL; hey, it wasn't 100% useless ;)) that we brought with us.  We stopped on one of the piers that was part of the old port to eat.

We then decided just to walk on the path by the water.  On the way we saw a group of street performers playing music and stopped to watch them for a bit.  As we were walking on the path by the water we say a bochur riding a tricycle thing with a portable succah on the back. I wonder if he got anyone to go inside?


Pedi-Succah

On the way back to the subway we stopped by the Westin and the W Montreal just to check out the hotels.  Both were nice, but the Residence Inn was closer to shul and the kosher restaurants.
We left Old Montreal for Pizza Gourmetti. We got to Pizzettes to go which we later ate for dinner at the airport. I know, I know it was Succos and the airport didn't have a succah,  but once it got too cold outside to sit in a succah anyways (keep in mind I'm from LA and cold is subjective)  we didn't have a problem.


Pizzette from Gourmetti

After picking up our pizzas we went back to the hotel to collect our bags (we'd checked out before we left in the morning and the hotel was storing our stuff for us) and then headed for the airport.
Everything went smoothly getting to the airport until they delayed our return flight due to high winds in Philly. Apparently whenever this happens the flights to Canada are the first to be delayed. However, since US customs closes at 7:45pm regardless of how delayed a flight is, we had to be at the airport early,  as if our flight was leaving on time at 7:59pm. What this meant was 4 hours sitting in the terminal watching all flights leave, all the shops close,  and many of the night cleaning crew clean up and go home. We finally did leave 2 hours late and had a smooth ride back to Philly.
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Re: Montreal Master Thread
« Reply #334 on: May 31, 2015, 01:23:10 AM »
Pita Pizza Poutine isn't good IME. Tov Li in Toronto has good Poutine though.

I've had the poutine from Pizza Pita, not Pita Pizza  :P

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Re: Montreal Master Thread
« Reply #335 on: May 31, 2015, 02:29:16 AM »
I wouldn't eat pizza pitas poutine even if it were free. Overall it's a decent place with decent prices, just don't bother with their milk shakes and imitation flaishigs.

Exceptions is great, they have the best chocolate croissant I had in my life.

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Re: Montreal Master Thread
« Reply #336 on: May 31, 2015, 11:02:10 AM »
Exceptions is great, they have the best chocolate croissant I had in my life.

Most of their menu that we tried was just ok, nothing great.

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Re: Montreal Master Thread
« Reply #337 on: May 31, 2015, 11:04:14 AM »
Most of their menu that we tried was just ok, nothing great.
When you go back buy a chocolate croissant if it's not the best chocolate croissant you had in your life I'll reimburse you for it.
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« Reply #338 on: June 14, 2015, 10:01:27 AM »
Looking rent a MIFI in Montreal for the week, any one have any ideas

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