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If you are visiting Montreal especially if you gave kitchen access the market here is a must see. Blocks if fresh everything at great prices and all kinds of prepared food to be eaten or taken home. There is a pasta maker that prepares plates...More
Had fun Walking around. Found a great bar with tennis in TV. Final game of Rogers Cup. We really enjoyed it. Don’t expect to eat good food. Not much to offer. Had fun eating cannoli. Then went to Chinatown for dinner. We saw a wonderful...More
We stayed in Little Italy thinking it would harken back to our trip to Italy. There are Italian restaurants here but not worth the trip if you are staying closer to downtown Montreal. The neighborhood has so rougher areas.
Took two subway trains to get to little Italy to have some good Italian food. Guess what, don’t bother...we ended up by mistake at a Venezuela Italian restaurant and it was not very good. We hardly saw an Italian restaurant in the area. There were...More
Visited the area in the afternoon, on the recommendation of the Concierge of the Hotel where we were staying. Interesting to stroll around the area and check out some of the original historic buildings and housing.
Dined at Lucca, reviewed separately.
Got a taxi cab...More
As a Montrealer, I'm still unsure why we have "Little Italy" as a neighborhood. Most of the touristy action there happens on St-Laurent Blvd. and by "action", I'm being generous. There are a few decent italian restaurants, but other than that, it's business as usual...More
Lively area with lots of ...obviously..Italian restaurants and excellent cafes. Next to market, close to LeRitz (indie music bar), and Mile End neighbourhood. Good beer at Birra and Vice Versa on St. Laurent. Lots of cute cafes in adjacent street (Beaubien).
We caught a cab to Little Italy and wondered why we had done so! A very ordinary area, yes it had Italian places to eat but so had downtown. It was very uninteresting place. Having said that the market certainly was good if you were...More
We stay just one block from Jean Talon Market. There was an incredible display of fresh vegetables and fruits!
There are also variety of restaurants and bars within walking distance. Although this seems to be to anywhere you go in Montreal!
Ok...I don’t know why people are saying that there are not a lot of Italian restaurants in Ottawa’s Little Italy...I disagree. I went to Little Italy in Montreal and we ended up eating in some South American restaurant...I... More
Ok...I don’t know why people are saying that there are not a lot of Italian restaurants in Ottawa’s Little Italy...I disagree. I went to Little Italy in Montreal and we ended up eating in some South American restaurant...I wasn’t impressed. As for Ottawa, here are a couple of recommendations. If you are out and about and just want a sandwich...you have to go to Di Rienzo Deli...don’t let the outside or inside fool you...the best sandwiches in Ottawa...I guarantee it...and all for 6 bucks taxes in!. My wife and I went to La Roma restaurant and very much enjoyed it. We also very much like La Favorita. You can’t go wrong with either place...don’t listen to those other reviews...they obviously didn’t look around.