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9 Great Late Night Dining Deals in Montreal

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Funny thing about travelling: the more countries one visits, the longer one’s travel wish list becomes. Dining out in Montreal has the same effect. Yet it’s possible to cross some of the $$$ restaurants off without breaking a budget — particularly with the help of a handful of fine dining restaurants that offer late night menus at reduced prices. In a city that seems to run a little bit later in many manners of life, a 10 p.m. seating (or 9 p.m. in some cases) does not equal a solitary experience. On the contrary, some of the below restaurants draw quite the crowd courtesy of the friendlier pricing.

Note that the restaurants on this guide aren’t ranked.

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Chez Victoire

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Only in Montreal could you dine on food from a Paul Bocuse trained chef for under $30. Chef Alexandre Gosselin has spun out his meticulous creations at this Plateau bistro since 2011. Arrive after 10 p.m. when the late night menu takes flight, and choose between a starter and main, or main and dessert for $25.

Smoked salmon ravioli
Chez Victoire

Nouveau Palais

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Though not quite fine dining, this Mile End institution touts a popular burger, and the after-midnight menu brings in the regular suspects alongside secret items like pierogies that aren’t regularly available — and all items come in under $8.

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Every Thursday to Saturday from 10 p.m. to midnight Mile End Greek fine dining spot Milos offers an appetizer, main and dessert for a very precise $25.17. Enjoy the classics that have made Milos famous such as tarama, tzatziki, htipiti, stuffed vine leaves, olives and pita bread as well as Dorade, fish flown in from the island of Kefalonia.

Known for its expansive wine list and delicious (if pricey) plates, ease the strain on the wallet or make financial space for a few more glasses of wine by opting for the Souper Tardif menu, served every night after 10 PM.

Pork shoulder
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Chez Lévêque

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This Laurier West French classic has possibly the city’s most extensive late night deal: $25 gets an appetizer and main and the selections are lengthy, from lobster bisque and boudin pie to tartare, steak, and bouillabaise.

Leméac

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This timeless and elegant Outremont French fixture is on many lists, but can be a pricy excursion. Luckily after 10 p.m. each night, the Fin de Soirée menu crops up, with an appetizer and main for $27. The panko crusted goat cheese, apple and walnut salad is not to be missed.  

Moishes

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Every Wednesday to Saturday from 9 p.m. to midnight, this time-honoured steakhouse offers a reduced menu (appetizer, main and coffee or tea) for $25. To avoid a wait on busier nights, it can be a good idea to arrive a little before 9.

Ferreira Café

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Carouse amongst the Portuguese influences that the Ferreira father-daughter duo have so skilfully woven into every detail of Ferriera’s atmosphere and dishes. Their late night menu is available Monday to Saturday after 10 p.m. and runs at $30 for an appetizer and a main.

Le Pois Penché

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This French brasserie smack in the centre of the city does customary French entrées and mains such as steak tartare or mussels in a white wine sauce with shallots, thyme and cream. They’re available on the after-9 p.m. menu for $25.

Chez Victoire

Smoked salmon ravioli
Chez Victoire

Only in Montreal could you dine on food from a Paul Bocuse trained chef for under $30. Chef Alexandre Gosselin has spun out his meticulous creations at this Plateau bistro since 2011. Arrive after 10 p.m. when the late night menu takes flight, and choose between a starter and main, or main and dessert for $25.

Smoked salmon ravioli
Chez Victoire

Nouveau Palais

Though not quite fine dining, this Mile End institution touts a popular burger, and the after-midnight menu brings in the regular suspects alongside secret items like pierogies that aren’t regularly available — and all items come in under $8.

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Milos

Every Thursday to Saturday from 10 p.m. to midnight Mile End Greek fine dining spot Milos offers an appetizer, main and dessert for a very precise $25.17. Enjoy the classics that have made Milos famous such as tarama, tzatziki, htipiti, stuffed vine leaves, olives and pita bread as well as Dorade, fish flown in from the island of Kefalonia.

M.Mme

Pork shoulder
M.Mme

Known for its expansive wine list and delicious (if pricey) plates, ease the strain on the wallet or make financial space for a few more glasses of wine by opting for the Souper Tardif menu, served every night after 10 PM.

Pork shoulder
M.Mme

Chez Lévêque

This Laurier West French classic has possibly the city’s most extensive late night deal: $25 gets an appetizer and main and the selections are lengthy, from lobster bisque and boudin pie to tartare, steak, and bouillabaise.

Leméac

This timeless and elegant Outremont French fixture is on many lists, but can be a pricy excursion. Luckily after 10 p.m. each night, the Fin de Soirée menu crops up, with an appetizer and main for $27. The panko crusted goat cheese, apple and walnut salad is not to be missed.  

Moishes

Every Wednesday to Saturday from 9 p.m. to midnight, this time-honoured steakhouse offers a reduced menu (appetizer, main and coffee or tea) for $25. To avoid a wait on busier nights, it can be a good idea to arrive a little before 9.

Ferreira Café

Carouse amongst the Portuguese influences that the Ferreira father-daughter duo have so skilfully woven into every detail of Ferriera’s atmosphere and dishes. Their late night menu is available Monday to Saturday after 10 p.m. and runs at $30 for an appetizer and a main.

Le Pois Penché

This French brasserie smack in the centre of the city does customary French entrées and mains such as steak tartare or mussels in a white wine sauce with shallots, thyme and cream. They’re available on the after-9 p.m. menu for $25.

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