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Not to be missed (Plateau Mont-Royal)

  • Tam-tam on Mont-Royal (summer), a very popular weekly (on sundays) and spontaneous drum and percussion fest. It's around the Cartier monument and part of the Mont-Royal park (on park ave.). Take the 80 bus from Place-des-Arts metro station north and get off when you see a large group of people (it's easy to spot). Don't go there by car, there's not much place to park.
  • Mile-end neighbourhood (mainly St-Viateur street and Fairmount street near Parc avenue), best known for the famous Montreal bagels (Maison du Bagel on St-Viateur is the most well known and it's opened 24 hours a day, there's also Fairmount Bagels on Fairmount street), and its souvlaki (at Zorba or Arachova on St-Viateur east of Parc ave.).
  • Lafontaine park (east of Berri street, on Sherbrooke street), closed after midnight, not to be visited alone at night anyway. You can walk around during the day in the summer or skate on the lake in the winter.
  • the St-Laurent restaurant and bar "cluster" between St-Joseph street and Bernard. There are two good chinese restaurants, three indian, two japanese, two italians, one inexpensive south american, the Kilo (for desserts), the Whisky Bar (for it's bathrooms, on the corner of Bernard and St-Laurent) and other bars. Unfortunatly, the LUX has closed down some time ago, the LUX was a 24 hour a day restaurant/depanneur/newspaper stand and a great place to hang out.
  • Mount-Royal street east (between St-Denis and St-Laurent), for it's "recycled" clothes shops; or east of St-Denis for it's used records, books and CD stores.
  • St-Hubert street between Sherbrooke and Mont-Royal street, great examples of typical old style Montreal houses, residential streets.


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