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Best things to do in Montreal

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“Montréal's Chinatown is centered on Rue de la Gauchetière, with Chinese gates marking the heart of the quarter. This colorful neighborhood dates from the late 1860s, when many of the Chinese laborers, who originally came to work in the mines and build the railroad, moved into the cities in search of a better life. Today's Chinatown is filled with Asian restaurants and shops, no longer exclusively Chinese, but a place where locals and tourists go to enjoy a good meal.”
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Steakhouse
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“An homage to Charles "Joe-Beef" McKiernan, 19th century innkeeper and Montreal working class hero. A drunken crawl away from the Historic Atwater market.”
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Hockey Arena
“The Bell Centre, formerly known as the Molson Centre, is a sports and entertainment complex in Montreal. The Bell Centre is at the heart of Montreal’s Hockey Life. ”
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Gastropub
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“Not exactly a brewery. It's a pub. It's got a great collection of spirits, and they have the local beer Bierbrier. English and English-inspired food and a great atmosphere - basically I try not to go here very often because I never want it to become 'the corner bar' or too pedestrian, when it's really within 300 m of home. On football or other championship days, they'll open the screens for people to watch the games, but they decidedly are NOT a sports bar where the screens are tuned 24/7 to something that distracts you from your friends and the people around you.”
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Friseursalon/Barbier
“Plateau is one of Montreal's hippest, most beautiful and overall most fun neighborhoods. Whether you want to hang out in a park with a bottle of wine, dine at some of the city's best restaurants, people watch, dance, watch live shows, or all the above. Plateau is the perfect area to start your local explorations from. ”
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Französisches Restaurant
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“French restaurant. Nearly every dish on their menu includes foie gras. Go with an empty stomach. Reservations are a must.”
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Natural Feature
“It's right next to the Atwater market, you can do groceries, bike on the path, even kayak ”
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Hockey Arena
“The Bell Centre, formerly known as the Molson Centre, is a sports and entertainment complex in Montreal. The Bell Centre is at the heart of Montreal’s Hockey Life.”
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Park
“Massive park just 1km away with plenty of room to have a picknick and relax in the shade. ”
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Poutine-Restaurant
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“Poutine again. My recommendation : choose the smashed potatoes (house specialty, soooo good)”
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Wellness/Heilbad
“Amazing spa circuit in the old port with views of the city!!! Full spa services as well. ~ 25-30 minute walk. Easy metro/Uber access too.”
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History Museum
“Modern museum with archaeological digs and interactive exhibits in historical buildings.”
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Kunstmuseum
“The McCord Museum is a public research and teaching museum dedicated to the preservation, study, diusion, and appreciation of Canadian history.”
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Sushi-Restaurant
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“Just walk . The action on Crescent street is between Rene levesque and Sherbrooke street. Cafes, Bars, Restaurants, Nightclubs, street festivals in the summer”
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Nachbarschaft
“Montreal's gay village, the street is shut down for pedestrians. Featuring drag shows, clubs (stereo), food and drinks. ”
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Bierkneipe
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“Microbrewery beer bar! They have over 40 different beers on tap and a comfort food menu. There is also a nice little terrasse for warmer days during summer. One of our go-to place for a catch-up conversation with our friends.”
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