Where to Eat in Montreal’s Gay Village
Keela’s celery root, cheddar, and truffle aioli sandwich | Keela/Facebook
From bakery to bistro, and everything in between Despite its proximity to downtown Montreal, the Village and the surrounding Centre-Sud district hasn’t had nearly the same restaurant boom as other inner-city areas like Griffintown. And in the past year, we’ve seen the loss of what was perhaps its biggest draw: Arcade Fire-backed Haitian restaurant Agrikol. There remain plenty of culinary gems to check out in the hood nonetheless, including newcomers like Keela and Aperitivo, and more established spots like beloved BYOB O’Thym.
This map looks at eateries in the area enclosed by Berri to the west, Papineau to the east, Sherbrooke to the north, and the river to the south. If you’re looking for something further east, check out our Hochelaga-Maisonneuve map.
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