It’s easier than ever to justify staying, and eating in, thanks to third-party delivery services like À la Carte Express, Just Eat and Foodora (formerly Hurrier), which have linked up with the city’s restaurants and casual eateries — and we want to highlight those for Eater's Delivery Week.
The number of eateries signed on to those services has grown exponentially in recent times — just a few years ago, Just Eat dominated the delivery scene and was populated heavily with late night fast food options, touting poutine and pizzaghetti. Now with more services, pretty much any foodstuff is available to your door, and as such, this list has expanded, adding options like Garage Beirut for Lebanese and Fortune's tacos.
While the option to have greasy spoon pizza delivered will never die, here are some other delivery alternatives of note. A word of caution, though: a restaurant's inclusion on this list doesn't guarantee it will deliver to any address in Montreal, as many of them only operate within specific zones.Read More