Where to Get Some Worthy Westmount Takeout
Thirteen excellent options in the enclave When it comes to the hierarchy of neighbourhoods in Montreal’s dining scene, Westmount continues to be more notorious for its population of monied anglophones than it is for its restaurants. While this city-within-a-city (it’s technically not part of Montreal) has been able to rest on the laurels of hosting an address from celebrated chef Antonio Park, the arrival of some new names and projects show promise for its reputation.
This map sticks to Westmount’s official boundaries: Grey Avenue to the west, the Ville-Marie Expressway to the south, Atwater to the east, and the outer edge of Summit Park to the north. The points on the map are arranged west to east, and aren’t ranked.