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March Break Means Lunch Breaks!

Published on
February 10, 2016
Good meals make the holidays more enjoyable !

Parents deserve a break, too – in this case, an improvised lunch downtown from one of Montréal’s food vendors, who conjure up unusual treats from their food trucks. With their original quality offerings, the city’s street food vendors are the talk of the town. The playful and casual atmosphere just might inspire your children to broaden their culinary experiences.

Rain or shine, six outdoor sites house street food trucks: Dorchester Square (Metcalfe Street), Concordia University (Mackay Street, corner of de Maisonneuve Blvd West), Saint-Denis Street (facing Viger Square), Cité du multimédia (Brennan Street), Square Victoria (Saint-Antoine Street West) and Place d’Armes (Saint-Jacques Street).

Once you’ve satisfied your hunger, lace up your skates at the Old Port, choose an exhibition you want to see and spend some time at a museum, visit all the public artworks with your camera in hand… or just enjoy the energetic vibe of downtown living! 

To locate your favourite food truck or to plan an outing based on your food preferences.

For other activities suggestions, consult the borough's web site.