Several Old Montreal restaurants are still open for delivery, like Crux Comptoir. Others have dishes available for carryout, which is the case for places like La Sauvagine and Helena, and even cafés like Ludo Café and Olimpico. Others still offer both options, including the likes of Le Petit Sao, Les Pyrénées, and Kupfert & Kim… In short, with these different options, it’s not always easy to figure out! To help you, we have separated the neighbourhood according to sectors and which restaurants are open!
To help you better navigate the area, we now have maps of Old Montreal that are divided by geographic sector, so that you can see which establishments are open and how they serve their menu at just a glance. Now it should be easier for you to identify the open restaurants close to you or close to your work. Or even just to verify your favourite restaurant’s status! Furthermore, if you would prefer to see culinary critiques of all open establishments, you may find them here.
As in real life, maps are subject to change. We will regularly update our maps showing the historic neighbourhood’s gastronomic offerings as restaurant owners announce any changes or new offerings.Finding something to eat at any time of the day has never been so easy! And if you’re still unsure, just follow fellow Gen du Vieux and food journalist Cuisinomane’s suggestions!
N.B.: Does your Old Montreal business offer carryout or delivery, but isn’t yet on our map or in our articles? Write us straight away, so we can include it: email@example.com