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Where to Eat and Drink on Ahuntsic’s Fleury Street

Craft beers and fine food at the north end of the island

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Tucked up the top of the island of Montreal and spread along the Rivière des Prairies, Ahuntsic has a lot to offer in terms of food and drink.

Take the metro to Sauvé or Henri-Bourassa, then walk a few minutes to Fleury Street. There’s great choices in both directions: from craft beer at Broue Pub Brouhaha Ahuntsic to classic French fare at Cafe Le Petit Flore Inc., or fine dining at Le St-Urbain. Here are the best.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. 132 Bar Vintage

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132 Rue Fleury Ouest, Montréal
QC H3L 1T4, Canada
(514) 419-1404
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Cocktil whiz Jean-Max Giguere’s 132 Bar Vintage arguably is likely the best place to get creative cocktails in Ahuntsic — and a mixology destination in its own right. The creative cocktails range from elevated espresso martinis to a pisco sour with jasmine tea syrup, while the supremely cozy space feels more like hanging out in someone’s basement than it does a cocktail bar.

2. Le St-Urbain

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96 Rue Fleury O, Montréal
QC H3L 1T2, Canada
(514) 504-7700
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Marc-André Royal’s intimate restaurant (headed up by chef Adam Ganten) offers a traditional French chalkboard menu made with seasonal, local ingredients and ample charcuteries and tartare. Its solid selection of wine is always changing as well, and is available by the glass or bottle.

3. La Bête A Pain

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114 Rue Fleury O, Montréal
QC H3L 2T6, Canada
(514) 507-7109
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From the owner of Le St-Urbain is this excellent bakery, which excels not just at bread, but viennoiseries, cakes, and brunch — there’s also locations in Griffintown and soon, Laval. —Tim Forster

4. Pho MyMy

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1031 Rue Fleury E, Montréal
QC H2C 1P8, Canada
(438) 387-1970
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Head to Pho MyMy for a satisfying bowl of pho or the lesser-known Vietnamese soup, bun bo hu. By far the best soup spot in the neighbourhood, the no-frills Vietnamese spot also serves comfort food classics like spring rolls and iced coffee.

5. La Molisana

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1014 Rue Fleury E, Montréal
QC H2C 1P7, Canada
(514) 382-7100
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La Molisana specializes in wood fired pizza and fresh house made focaccia. This charming, old-fashioned Italian eatery has been in the neighbourhood since 1983 and the cozy atmosphere makes it a great spot for family dinners or casual dates.

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6. Cafe Le Petit Flore

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1145 Rue Fleury E, Montréal
QC H2C 1P9, Canada
(514) 387-2640
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Cafe Le Petit Flore brings a bit of Paris to Ahuntsic with light bistro fare and espresso drinks. By night, the cafe transforms into a brasserie, boasting everything from Provençal veggie sandwiches to a classic burger and fries.

7. Le Millen

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1185 Rue Fleury E, Montréal
QC H2C 1P9, Canada
(514) 903-0636
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From the people behind other notable Montreal BYOBs like O’Thym and Wellington is this rather French outpost — a fraction more casual than some other spots under the same umbrella, expect robust dishes like tartares, beef bavette, and scallop-stuffed pasta. —Tim Forster

8. Sushi Ami

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1469 Rue Fleury E, Montréal
QC H2C 1S3, Canada
(514) 903-8588
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From sashimi and shrimp to avocado hosomaki, this casual eatery packs huge flavour in every dish, and is suitable for both fish eaters and strict vegetarians.

9. Walter Bistro

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1575 Rue Fleury E, Montréal
QC H2C 1S7, Canada
(438) 383-5837
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If you’re in search of upscale cocktails to start the night, look no further than Walter Bistro. This Ahuntsic mainstay feels distinctly European in atmosphere but the menu offers poutine, burgers, and more upscale classics like steak frites and scallops.

10. Broue Pub Brouhaha

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10295 Rue Papineau, Montréal
QC H2B 2A1, Canada
(438) 380-5563
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Self described as the “true beer temple” of Montreal, Broue Pub Brouhaha has been serving craft beer in the neighbourhood since 2015. a good pint of which can be tricky to find in the area. Well-made bar fare is also on offer — think cheese and charcuterie boards, smoked duck sandwiches, and thin crust pizza. There’s another Brouhaha over in Rosemont if you’re down that way.

11. Chez Ma Tante

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3180 Rue Fleury E, Montréal
QC H1H 2R3, Canada
(514) 387-6984

Way down at the very eastern edge of the borough lies this no-nonsense, old-school casse-croûte. It’s pretty much hotdogs, fries, and poutine only on the menu — the latter is OK, but many more people swear by Chez Ma Tante’s steamé. —Tim Forster

1. 132 Bar Vintage

132 Rue Fleury Ouest, Montréal, QC H3L 1T4, Canada

Cocktil whiz Jean-Max Giguere’s 132 Bar Vintage arguably is likely the best place to get creative cocktails in Ahuntsic — and a mixology destination in its own right. The creative cocktails range from elevated espresso martinis to a pisco sour with jasmine tea syrup, while the supremely cozy space feels more like hanging out in someone’s basement than it does a cocktail bar.

132 Rue Fleury Ouest, Montréal
QC H3L 1T4, Canada

2. Le St-Urbain

96 Rue Fleury O, Montréal, QC H3L 1T2, Canada

Marc-André Royal’s intimate restaurant (headed up by chef Adam Ganten) offers a traditional French chalkboard menu made with seasonal, local ingredients and ample charcuteries and tartare. Its solid selection of wine is always changing as well, and is available by the glass or bottle.

96 Rue Fleury O, Montréal
QC H3L 1T2, Canada

3. La Bête A Pain

114 Rue Fleury O, Montréal, QC H3L 2T6, Canada

From the owner of Le St-Urbain is this excellent bakery, which excels not just at bread, but viennoiseries, cakes, and brunch — there’s also locations in Griffintown and soon, Laval. —Tim Forster

114 Rue Fleury O, Montréal
QC H3L 2T6, Canada

4. Pho MyMy

1031 Rue Fleury E, Montréal, QC H2C 1P8, Canada

Head to Pho MyMy for a satisfying bowl of pho or the lesser-known Vietnamese soup, bun bo hu. By far the best soup spot in the neighbourhood, the no-frills Vietnamese spot also serves comfort food classics like spring rolls and iced coffee.

1031 Rue Fleury E, Montréal
QC H2C 1P8, Canada

5. La Molisana

1014 Rue Fleury E, Montréal, QC H2C 1P7, Canada
La Molisana/Official

La Molisana specializes in wood fired pizza and fresh house made focaccia. This charming, old-fashioned Italian eatery has been in the neighbourhood since 1983 and the cozy atmosphere makes it a great spot for family dinners or casual dates.

1014 Rue Fleury E, Montréal
QC H2C 1P7, Canada

6. Cafe Le Petit Flore

1145 Rue Fleury E, Montréal, QC H2C 1P9, Canada

Cafe Le Petit Flore brings a bit of Paris to Ahuntsic with light bistro fare and espresso drinks. By night, the cafe transforms into a brasserie, boasting everything from Provençal veggie sandwiches to a classic burger and fries.

1145 Rue Fleury E, Montréal
QC H2C 1P9, Canada

7. Le Millen

1185 Rue Fleury E, Montréal, QC H2C 1P9, Canada

From the people behind other notable Montreal BYOBs like O’Thym and Wellington is this rather French outpost — a fraction more casual than some other spots under the same umbrella, expect robust dishes like tartares, beef bavette, and scallop-stuffed pasta. —Tim Forster

1185 Rue Fleury E, Montréal
QC H2C 1P9, Canada

8. Sushi Ami

1469 Rue Fleury E, Montréal, QC H2C 1S3, Canada

From sashimi and shrimp to avocado hosomaki, this casual eatery packs huge flavour in every dish, and is suitable for both fish eaters and strict vegetarians.

1469 Rue Fleury E, Montréal
QC H2C 1S3, Canada

9. Walter Bistro

1575 Rue Fleury E, Montréal, QC H2C 1S7, Canada

If you’re in search of upscale cocktails to start the night, look no further than Walter Bistro. This Ahuntsic mainstay feels distinctly European in atmosphere but the menu offers poutine, burgers, and more upscale classics like steak frites and scallops.

1575 Rue Fleury E, Montréal
QC H2C 1S7, Canada

10. Broue Pub Brouhaha

10295 Rue Papineau, Montréal, QC H2B 2A1, Canada

Self described as the “true beer temple” of Montreal, Broue Pub Brouhaha has been serving craft beer in the neighbourhood since 2015. a good pint of which can be tricky to find in the area. Well-made bar fare is also on offer — think cheese and charcuterie boards, smoked duck sandwiches, and thin crust pizza. There’s another Brouhaha over in Rosemont if you’re down that way.

10295 Rue Papineau, Montréal
QC H2B 2A1, Canada

11. Chez Ma Tante

3180 Rue Fleury E, Montréal, QC H1H 2R3, Canada

Way down at the very eastern edge of the borough lies this no-nonsense, old-school casse-croûte. It’s pretty much hotdogs, fries, and poutine only on the menu — the latter is OK, but many more people swear by Chez Ma Tante’s steamé. —Tim Forster

3180 Rue Fleury E, Montréal
QC H1H 2R3, Canada

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