Courtesy Les 400 Coups

Montreal’s culinary variety puts many of the world’s foodie cities to shame—in the course of a day and in a few mile radius, a visitor can feast on a classic Montreal-style bagel (smaller, denser and sweeter than the New York variety), a bacon-and-cheddar sandwich bundled between two slabs of foie gras and a dry-aged filet mignon from a decades-old Jewish steakhouse. The Canadian city is second only to New York when it comes to restaurants per capita in North America.

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