Despite being known less for its restaurants than for its mushrooming condo towers, interminable construction projects, and eclectic mix of visitors, students, and office workers, downtown does offer quite a fair number of dining options — if you know where to find them. Here’s a baker’s dozen of the best spots to seek out.
Note: the geographical boundaries of the map are Sherbrooke Ouest to the north, Guy to the west, Saint-Antoine Ouest to the south, and City Councillors/Jeanne-Mance to the east,
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