Montreal food tours we're drooling over
Montréal is an exciting and vibrant city that is steeped in history. It is also a food-lovers dream location. The cultural and culinary tradition of Montréal tells a rich and delicious story. The idea of taking a food tour of your own city may not have crossed your mind, but whether you are new to the city or a born and bred local, a Montréal food tour can give you a deeper understanding and appreciation of what is all around you. The Vertica Resident Services blog team wants to share some Montréal Food Tours worth drooling over!
Montreal's Secret Food Tour
Montreal's Secret Food Tour takes you on a culinary journey of the hip, happening and historic Mile End area. The tour begins at L'Église Saint-Enfant-Jésus du Mile End (Church of Baby Jesus at Mile End) and heads over to Boulangerie Guillaume for warm Montréal-style Alsatian tarts. Be sure to pick up some other fresh baked treats to take home. From there, you’ll take the short journey to Little Italy for authentic Gnocchi and tomato sauce, then head right next door to Fairmount Bagel. Next up, is two Montréal classics in one -- Smoked Meat Poutine! Top off your tour with a sweet fruit crepe before heading to a local brewpub to chat over a platter of charcuterie. Come hungry!
Flavours and Aromas of Old Montréal
Flavours and Aromas of Old Montréal is 2.5-hour walking tour that takes you on a tasty trip through one of the most stunningly beautiful areas of your city. You’ll learn about the history of the local cuisine, not only from the French, but how the native peoples influenced food and how Expo 67 expanded the exotic menu in Montréal. This tour is sure to fill your belly as well as quench your thirst for knowledge.
Plateau & ‘The Main’ Food Tour
Plateau & ‘The Main’ Food Tour takes you on a journey through the famous Plateau Mont-Royal neighbourhood. This area has a unique melange of classic and cutting edge edge cuisine and culture. You will make 5 delicious food stops, including a stop at the world-famous Schwartz’s Deli for the quintessential Montréal Smoked Meat Sandwich. You’ll also take in some of the cool street art murals and visit a rooftop garden that overlooks the area.
The Vertica blog team hopes that these food tours help to enhance the flavour of your city and give you a rich taste for the culture and cuisine that is all around you. For information on Vertica Rental Properties in Montréal, please visit our website.