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Jean-Talon Market has an array of food. It's basically like a glorified farmer's market.
Mont Royal has gorgeous views of the city, and a vast park.
La Belle Province has 69-cent hot dogs. Anything else you need to know?
Chef Guru has $1 veggie samosas. Anything else you need to know?
There are pianos in public places all over Montreal.
Poutine. Dirty Dogs has some of the best (and cheapest) in Montreal.
Montreal's Chinatown is tiny, but full of great spots.
Check out Notre-Dame Basilica and the nearby Old Port for some history and architecture.
Drink like a local does (and grab some vegetarian food or a concert) at Casa Del Popolo.