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Behind The Scenes: Vegan Dining in Montreal



Selfie at Invitation V, a vegan bistro.

For me, one of the greatest joys of being an actor is having the opportunity to travel all over the world.

I love to get to meet new people, roam different neighborhoods, browse unique shops and dine in popular and hidden gem restaurants.

Since arriving in Montreal, Quebec a couple weeks ago to work on the film Death Wish, I have had the opportunity to experience all of the above! Montreal has a stellar reputation for its amazing restaurants.

As a gluten-free vegan, I was initially worried that I would be shut out of the fun.


Chickpea Soup at Invitation V

Wow, was I wrong!

With many restaurants offering options for people with all diets and a plethora of strictly vegan restaurants, I have had more than enough fabulous dining experiences to feel like a part of the foodie experience here.

Among my favorites were Copper Branch and Invitation V (which was highly recommended by the French Canadian wardrobe stylist in my movie).

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Sipping on some soothing rose tea at Ming Tao Xuan, a beautiful tea room in Montreal.

I even found a Chinese Tea house with 100s of teas to choose from and finger foods for every diet.
All these spots are popular with vegan and meat-eaters alike!

Now that I’ve found great spots to eat, I just need to work on my French!

Bon appétit!

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    October 28, 2016 at 11:10 am

    I highly Recommend crudessencE…for weekend brunch or dinner anytime! Try the breakfast burrito (available only on weekends), you won’t be disappointed!
    Chuchai is another delicious option

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