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One of France's great gifts to Montreal is a tradition of outstanding bakeries--Le Fromentier, Le Passe-Partout and Première Moisson at the Atwater Market. The Fairmount Bagel Bakery and Chez Schwartz (a purveyor of smoked meats) may be even better than their rivals in New York City (heresy!). For casual dining, there's L'Express (still so popular it doesn't need a sign), La Chronique, chic Mediterraneo and the sushi bar at Le Mikado. A meal at Toqué shouldn't be missed--Normand Laprise remains the doyen of Montreal chefs. While some visitors return from Montreal with discreetly packaged raw-milk cheeses from Pierre-Yves Chaput, the law-abiding might prefer glassware from Arthur Quentin.


(Courtesy of Food & Wine)


Right behind New York on this list :goodvibes: Not sure if Vegas would have been a notable mention or not, seeing it is mostly foreign chefs that have restaurants there, but still a great place to eat. Plus I hear now, that Mexico City is a foodie place.

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