15 Outstanding Eats in Montreal’s Little Italy and Mile Ex
From thick crust pizza al taglio to a rainbow of Thai curries Bound by Jean-Talon Street to the north, the railroad on the south, Avenue du Parc to the west, and St. Denis on the east, the area that encompasses Mile Ex and Little Italy has no shortage of stellar dining options.
Old school body shops nestle amidst new condos and IT headquarters in former manufacturing buildings in “Mile-Ex.” It’s officially named Marconi-Alexandra, and is also home to spots like Senegalese restaurant Diolo and wine bar Le Diplomate. Meanwhile, Little Italy is best known for the Jean-Talon market (see Eater’s market guide here) and a plethora of restaurants ranging from traditional Italian to a vegan ramen spot. Left off this list are some of the area’s iconic cafés, but you’d do good to stop by Caffè Italia or San Simeon, and then bakery Alati Caserta for a cannoli, after getting takeout at any of the options listed below.
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