8 great 24-hour food delivery options in Montreal

Feb 12 2021, 4:05 pm

We’ve all been there. It’s 4 am, you’re awake, and you want some tasty delivery food. Luckily, Montreal has an impressive selection of  24-hour take-out options so you can satisfy your hunger at any time of the day.

From poutine to pizza, sandwiches, and coffee (everyone needs a 24-hour go-to coffee spot), Montreal’s all-day spots are active on food delivery apps and good old-fashioned phone calls.

Sure, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has limited the usual amount of 24-hour spots across the island but there are still a few all-nighters still hanging around.

Here are 8 places to keep in your back pocket for when you really need it most.

Cafe Milano


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Located in Saint Leonard, this Italian coffee shop is known for its hearty Italian sandwiches, strong coffee, and scrumptious cannolis. Besides offering some of the tastiest Italian subs in the city, they’re open for delivery, 24/7.

It’s great to know you can always get that 5 am cannoli.

Miami Deli

This 24-hour spot in the heart of Hochelaga-Maisonneuve delivers breakfast 24 hours a day and their menu includes pizza, pasta, burgers subs, poutines, sandwiches, chicken, ribs, Greek specialties, and Chinese dishes.

Needless to say, if you’re looking for late-night eats with a vast menu, Miami Deli should be your go-to.

La Banquise


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All-day poutines are an important dish to have in your repertoire.

La Banquise, first opened its doors in 1968. They specialize in an incredible amount of poutine varieties, including classic, Italian, meat-lover, vegan, Michigan, sausage, the list goes on.

If you’re on the hunt for a delicious, giant, late-night (or early-morning) poutine, there really isn’t a better specialty option than La Banquise.

Joes Panini 24Hrs


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If you’re in the need for a delicious and inexpensive late-night sandwich, Joe’s Panini is tough to top.

Usually, the cozy little deli is blasting music videos on a big screen all day, but they’ve switched exclusively to delivery, take-out, and food apps since the onset of the pandemic.

St-Viateur Bagel


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Along with being one of Montreal’s most famous bagel spots, St-Viateur is always open. Regardless of the time of day, if you need a cozy place to work, a fresh, cream cheese bagel and a coffee, there’s no better place than St-Viateur’s.

Angela Pizzeria


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Angela’s makes a mean pizza. Their pies are good at 6 pm so you can imagine how much they’ll hit the spot at 4 am when you really need it.

Angela’s also makes great pasta, pitas, and soups.

Chez La Mère

Chez La Mère has a vast menu that differs from the traditional greasy spoon. Besides tasty pizzas, they offer Chinese food, surf-n-turf, and Greek dishes, all available for delivery.

Portions are large, dishes are inexpensive, and hours are long — you can’t go wrong.

Fairmount Bagels


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Fairmount Bagel dishes out delicious hand-rolled bagels in a variety of flavours including poppy seed, sesame (the classics), all-dressed, onion, and chocolate chips.

Bagels are inexpensive and Montreal arguably makes the best across the continent, sorry New York.

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