When traveling to a new city – especially Montréal, extensive research is usually done to find great attractions, local museums, shows and or shopping. In such a metropolitan city the things to do are endless, but what lures most travelers to Montréal is the food. Deemed as a “foodie destination”, certain Montréal restaurants have an appeal that boarder on a cult like following – and by far the tastiest cult is that of Montréal smoked meat. With a few major players in the smoked meat game, people who pledge alliance to a particular restaurant will argue and fight without shame with anyone who opposes their discerning palate. One of these institutions is without a doubt, Schwartz’s Hebrew Delicatessen (3895 Saint Laurent Boulevard.) This landmark on St. Laurent Boulevard has been slicing up smoke meat and satiating Montréaler’s smoked brisket void since 1928. This deli boasts a 10-day brine to their meat, which in tandem with their spice mix, produces the signature taste exclusive to Schwartz’s. You can order your meat on a scale of “lean” to “fat”, and locals usually order “medium-fat”; the sweet-spot at which die-hard smoked meat aficionados swear the stars align and magic happens. Directly across the… / Read More →
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When traveling to a new city – especially Montreal, extensive research is usually done to find great attractions, local museums, shows and or shopping. In such a metropolitan city the things to do are endless, but what lures most travelers to Montreal is the food.