More often than not, tipsters, readers, friends, and family of Eater Montreal have one question: Where should I eat right now? That’s where the monthly Eater Heatmap has customarily come into play, highlighting restaurant newcomers that show particular promise and the spots crowds are flocking to at the moment.
This month’s map welcomes long-awaited downtown izakaya Nomi, Outremont mainstay-in-the-making Super Condiments, and Montreal’s latest ramen destination Neo Tokyo. At the same time, we bid farewell to no-frills Verdun diner Millmans, ever-bustling Griffintown wine bar Nolan, Japanese comfort food spot LeDon Donburi, and Chef Maurin Arellano’s “comida corrida” haunt, Vivace — all still great options worthy of your patronage.
Typically, restaurants featured in this guide are less than six months old, giving readers a sense of what’s new to Montreal’s dining scene. For restaurants that have established themselves as one of the city’s essential places to eat, check out Eater Montreal’s Essential 38.
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