Beloved Montreal slice spot Pizza Bouquet is back, in its own location
Beloved Little Italy slice-shop Pizza Bouquet made its triumphant return this week. The shop has been on a hiatus since late December after moving out of the Beaubien bar Notre Dame des Quilles (NDQ) into their own space across the street. Over the years, Bouquet has developed a cult following by slinging some of Montreal’s best pizzas out of the most ramshackle kitchen you can imagine. Bouquet even made the Top 5 in the Best of MTL readers poll.
The new shop promises more options as well as the ability to exceed the 60-pies-per-night limit that the former kitchen imposed. While a full-on pizza turf war seems to be raging a few blocks down on St-Viateur with Pizza Toni, Fugazzi and Slice & Soda duking it out for top slice, those in the know will omit the street entirely and grab one of Andre Theriault’s sensational slices. And if a slice simply won’t do, full 16” pies are available too and never run more than $26.
Earlier this year, rumours of adding a small grocery section in addition to beer and wine to go floated around — only time will tell if they materialize. For now, the neighbourhood (and pizza fans in general) are delighted to have their old standby up and running again.
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Pizza Bouquet is back
Pizza Bouquet is now located at 45 Beaubien E. (and is, for the moment, cash-only). To see the menu, please visit their website.
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