Located in the center of Montreal, Rosemont Petite is home to many tourist sites and markets, as well as being the location of the city’s Little Italy. Here is a list of some must-visit restaurants.
Located next to Le Marche Jean-Talon, Primo & Secondo is in a prime location to access the freshest of ingredients. The menu is displayed on a blackboard in the restaurant, and features a seasonal menu that is subject to change based on availability. The restaurant also offers a complete list of wines from aged, private imports and specialty to accompany any meal.
7023 Saint-Dominique. Petite Italie. Montreal, QC +1 514-908-0838
Hostaria has a warm friendly atmosphere that exudes from their smiling and efficient staff. The restaurant seeks to remind guests of the comforts of home, and bring about a sense of nostalgia with each bite of the family recipes that the cooks recreate. The decor is modern and perfect for a romantic dinner for two, as the menu offers exciting dishes such as pappardelle with boar ragu or swordfish with mint and pine nuts.
236 Rue Saint Zotique E, Montréal, QC H2S 1K9, Canada +1 514-273-5776
A small restaurant, Le Quartier General is a Quebecois Bistro serving guests classic dishes from the region. This charming restaurant is very popular with locals and visitor. It is nearly always full, creating a pleasant buzzing atmosphere for conversation. From the open kitchen guests can watch the food like lamb, rabbit and halibut being prepared.
The Dinette Triple Crown specializes in American Southern comfort food that can be eaten at their counter stool seating or at one of their picnic tables. The menu is complete with fried chicken, pulled pork and brisket. These can be paired with a choice of classic southern sides, such as cornbread, hushpuppies or mashed potatoes. During the warmer months, guests can choose to get their meal to go in one of Dinette’s baskets and enjoy a picnic lunch in the park across the street.
6704 Rue Clark, Montréal, QC H2S 3E9, Canada +1 514-272-2617