posted by Rebecca Keenan | 0 Comments
The Latin Quarter, which you can get to by hopping off the metro at the Berri-UQAM station, is one of Montréal’s coolest neighbourhoods and is filled with great bars and restaurants.
I was in the mood for something different for dinner and I found exactly what I was looking for at Juliette et Chocolat, a little gem of a place along the bustling Rue Saint-Denis.
I really can’t recommend this place enough, especially for anyone with a fondness for chocolate. After about 10 minutes of trying to decide what the get from the huge selection of tempting options on the menu, I finally chose a crepe with chocolate and bananas.
As you can see here, it was a pretty huge crepe and, yes, it tasted just as good as it looks. I was really tempted to try one of their hot chocolates too but after the crepe I was totally stuffed. It was really busy in there this evening, and I was sitting right across from the counter so I could see the staff making all the drinks, ice-cream sundaes, crepes and more.
Happily full, I went off to check out some of the bars that were recommended to me by the staff here at the HI-Montréal.
Tomorrow is my last day in Montréal. I have a podcast interview in the morning and then for the rest of the day I’m going to visit some more attractions, eat some more delicious food and check out even more of the city’s lively nightlife.
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