Canada’s famed culinary city is known for its fresh seafood, thought-out plates, and a smorgasbord of international influences. In short, dining out in Montreal tends to be a memorable experience.

It’s also one that goes late. As Late Nite Eats host Jordan Andino proved on the Montreal episode, The City of Saints has many great after-hours joints worth exploring. Here are 10 of our top picks.

Isle de Garde

1039 rue Beaubien Est

If you’re craving some craft beer and delicious snacks, this hot-spot offers both until 3 a.m. from Thursdays to Saturdays (and it’s open until 1:30 a.m. the rest of the week). That means you can indulge in elevated hot dogs, savoury tarts, and creative cheese concoctions until the break of dawn.

Rouge Gorge

1234 Avenue du Mont-Royal E

If it’s late and you’re in the mood for a good glass of wine and some delicious accompaniments, Rouge Gorge has you covered until 3 a.m. daily. Take your time with a curated cheese or charcuterie board, sample some duck tartare with fried wontons, or dig into a little popcorn shrimp served with wasabi mayo and maple.

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Majestique

4105 Boul St-Laurent

Looking to shuck some late-night oysters while sipping on champagne and living your best life? Or perhaps you just want to keep it real with a foot-long hot dog complete with spicy mustard and salad. Whatever your fancy, this spot serves up food for all kinds of hungry patrons until 3 a.m. daily.

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Pullman

3424 Avenue du Parc

Snacks, platters, classics, and seasonal items grace the menu at this restaurant, which is snuggled into a three-story townhouse. There, servers offer more than 300 wines (50 by the glass), and plates like salmon gravlax, stuffed arancini, or deboned quail until 1 a.m. Thursdays to Saturdays. The rest of the week? You can still get your fill before midnight.

Otto Yakitori

1441 Rue Saint Mathieu

Skewers, skewers, and more skewers are on the late-night menu at this Japanese Shaughnessy Village hot spot, which is open until 1 a.m. weeknights and 2 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays (it’s closed Tuesdays). Not in the mood for meat (or tofu) on a stick? The eatery also offers up comforting bowls of ramen and rice bowls, which can sometimes be the perfect late-night snack.

Foeigwa

3001 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest

It’s hard not to feel fancy when dining out at this French-American eatery, which offers plates like tartare with truffles, cheeseburgers with foie gras, and scallops glistening with sherry butter. Add in a menu of boozy floats and milkshakes that are available until 2 a.m. daily, and you basically never want to pass up an opportunity to eat here.

Chez Victoire

1453 Avenue du Mont-Royal E

If your craving goes beyond snack territory, this spot has you covered. Diners that arrive after 10 p.m. have access to a hearty three-course menu with an appetizer, main and dessert, starting at just $25. Because who doesn’t want access to dishes like mushroom risotto, spicy tuna albacore, or molten chocolate cake well into the night?

Chez Lévêque

1030 Avenue Laurier O

Fancy French fare is all over this brasserie’s late-night menu, from stuffed mussels Provencal style and snail puff pastry, to salmon and beef tartare or veal liver in raspberry vinegar sauce. The $25 seatings for an appetizer and main start at 9 p.m., making this some of the most affordable late-night French food in the city.

Monkland Tavern

5555 Avenue de Monkland

Whether it’s a bowl of fresh tagliatelle or rigatoni, a colourful salad of glazed cauliflower and sweet potatoes, or a hearty main of braised short rib or bone marrow, this Tavern has your late-night cravings well covered. Visit the restaurant until 11 p.m. Mondays to Fridays, and stay for a couple of cocktails until 1 a.m. Wednesdays to Saturdays.

Moishes Steakhouse

3961 Saint-Laurent Blvd

A fan-favourite steakhouse with a central European twist, Moishes features an entire “After 9” menu from Wednesdays to Saturdays until midnight. Look for unique offerings like chopped liver and Monte Carlo potatoes, or late-night staples like steak frites and the Moishes hamburger.

Looking for new culinary hot spots to check out? Check out the best late night eats in Toronto or see the restaurant guide for Big Food Bucket List.