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a monthly guide to eating out in Montreal

by Archives October 7, 2008

Pizzeria Napoletana, 189 Dante St., 514-276-8226. Cash only, ATM on Site.
Not only is Pizzeria Napoletana arguably the best spot for pizza in Montreal, it’s also a bring-your-own-wine. But before you start thinking things couldn’t get any better, they also have delicious pasta. There are 34 types of pizzas and 31 pastas on their menu and although I haven’t tried them all, something tells me you really can’t go wrong. My favourite is the #5 Marghellina with gooey mozzarella cheese, artichokes and fresh slices of tomato. The Arrabbiata is also delicious with anchovies, olives, tomato sauce and chili peppers, and who can resist the Quattro Formaggi?
Napoletana was founded in 1948 and claims to be the first traditional Italian Pizzeria in Montreal. Now, 60 years later not much has changed in terms of food or décor, so be prepared for a truly authentic Italian experience in the hub of Little Italy. The service is quick and friendly and the ambiance is buzzing. But it’s best to go in a big group (eight or more) since it’s the only way to snag a reservation and avoid the line-up.
Mains: $9.50-$17.50 taxes included.
b3, 2285 St-Mathieu, 514-223-6186. Major Cards accepted.
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