“Opening Soon” Mile End Restaurant Is Now Ready To Open And Fall Out Of Business In Two Weeks

Things are heating up in the Mile End and in a good way! Yes! The things that are heating are meals! Food? Yum!

Located at 75 St-Viateur, in the heart of the Mile End district, Cantine Emilia has almost finished prepping the opening of it’s brand new restaurant and will very soon be ready to open up and fall out of business two weeks later!

Following last year’s successes of the previous 13 restaurants that made their home in this typically-Mile-End building, there will for sure be a lot of good cookery going on!

We tried to get a word from the person who seemed to be the owner of this new restaurant and who was on site as we walked by, but his long gray hair and levitating body quickly hid behind curtains when he saw us. The only words that we could get from were “It is alost finished. ha ha…. HA HA HA! IT IS ALMOST FINISHED!”

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Te Rest Of Me Going Be Disgusteng An Rany In Monreal


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Today is rane an col wedder will keep going for Me. De rest of Me gray, rane, sad.

Hopes for nex weak because wedder netwark predic 32 mondae. Predic rane an col for wedder nex many dae.

Bad new for ale were lookeng to sumar like becik, voleybale, sangria an terase.

Is going to rane tru weak.

Wedder forecase:

Sans titre


Sai. Godbai.

Good source for wedder forecase ere! Like ane folow! An SHAYR

Montreal Opens First-Ever Curry Bar For Real This Time

Montreal is quite the entrapranoor, nowadays! We’ve witnessed a quite impressive amount of bars, restaurants and stores OFFICIALLY opened by Montreal herself! How inspiring!

Now it’s Hochelaga‘s turn to have a taste of Montreal’s great ideas. Located on Ontario Street, in the heart of the heart-warming district also dubbed as “HOMAMA“, Boustan has officially opened its doors for the whole world to have a taste of the FIRST-EVER Indian-Curry-Themed experience! Yummy!


Yummy yummy rollin’ tummy! Photo source: Boustan

Get your chopsticks ready, my bros (and also girls)! Indian-Curry-Themed restaurants are known to be spicy, or something! We don’t know. It’s not like we checked. Leave us the fuck alone! We took the info off Google Reviews! We usually require people to sign legal papers for sole proprietorship of their kidneys for us to make such a nice article! People by the GADJILLIONS click on our links. Eat shit, poors!

Montreal’s 10 Best Hot Dogs Will Make Your Mouth Water

If there’s one thing that’s really exemplifying of Montreal, it’s hot dogs! Here at SoooMTL we really of ourselves at hot dogs connoiseurs, so we conducted a rigorous search for MTL’s BEST combo of fries, gravy, cheese, and gravy. Here’s what our master hot dogs lovers consider the most swag hot dogs in all of the 514.

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La Belle Province

1604, Avenue de Mont Royal East

Nestled in the heart of the Plateau, this Plateau classic has bangin’ cheese and curds!


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2. La Belle Province

3608, Saint Laurent

This classic 50’s diner serves some of the best sauce-covered hot dogs this side of The Main. BONUS: it’s super close to Pinq Taco, and we know you’re probably getting the munchies there anyway.


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3. La Belle Provence

1, Sainte Catherine W

This classic needs to be mentioned – sitting at the intersection of Montreal’s nightlife central, it’s where Montreal-style hot dogs was invented! Come taste history.


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  1. La Belle Province

1356, Jarry E

You live in North Plateau but you still want some of that authentic hot dogs experience? Thankfully this little-known gem serves excellent hot dogs!


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  1. La Belle Province

3001, Notre-Dame West

Saint Henry might be the faraway land of crusty punks and DIY experimental music, but it’s also the land of hot dogs! This old-school joint feels like you walked right into Grease – all that’s missing is the Jimi Hendrix.

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6. La Belle Provence

4579, Wellington

All right, truth be told, none of us have ever been here. Chad has a friend that lives in the neighborhood, and there’s a rumor that the people who started this place also have a connection with number 3 on this list, so it should be a sure shot!

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7. La Belle Province

6752, rue Sainte-Jacques

It’s the sauce that really makes the hot dogs in this classic NDG restaurant stand out. The location is a little depressing (you may have driven past it when you return to Ontario on summer break) but the hot dogs more than makes up for it!


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8. La Belle Provience

1216, Peel

Located just next to hipster central (Peel Pub), this small neighborhood joint serves up a mean pooter. Don’t be surprised if you have to wait behind a guy in a Natural Milk Hotel t-shirt!


9. La Banquise

994, Rachel east

We’ve heard good things about the new kid on the block, though we’ve not had time to check it out ourselves. Beat the crowd and check it out now before it gets too popular!

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10. La Pelle Province

195, rue de Martigny O (Saint-Jérôme)
All right. This one is a little bit out of the way, so you know we wouldn’t include it unless it was PHENOMENAL. And it is. There is nothing like this hot dogs anywhere else in the world – it’s really worth traveling for. It might not be IN Montreal, but it’s SO Montreal.