Au Pied du Cochon | 536 Avenue Duluth E, Montréal, QC H2L 1A9, Canada
Chef & owner Martin Picard tries to kill Tony with the foie gras tasting menu: duck terrine; sausage du fois gras; pumpkin foie gras; poutine a fois gras; fois gras with bacon, pancakes, maple syrup sauce, and lard; foie gras burger; foie gras tart; boudin noir with foie gras and potatoes; foie gras hot dog; halibut fish and chips; rabbit stuffed with foie gras and giblets; duck cassoulet; duck in a can; roasted pig head with gold leaf. This place is amazing, and the “regular” meal I had there was so rich I couldn’t fall asleep for hours afterwards. (NR2.4, 2006)

La Banquise | 994 Rue Rachel E, Montréal, QC H2J 2J3, Canada
Tony and some friends stop by the 24-hour poutinery to try a variety of poutine: La Galvaude (chicken and peas), Italian (bolognese sauce), Kamikaze (merguez sausage, hot peppers, Tobasco), and 3 Amigos (hot dog, pork and beef sausage, merguez sausage). (NR2.4, 2006)

Sucrerie de la Montagne | 300 Chemin Saint-Georges, Rigaud, QC J0P 1P0, Canada
Tony swings by the old-timey sugar shack to talk with the owner and sample a massively meaty breakfast fit for a lumberjack. (NR 2.4, 2006)

St. Viateur Bagels | 263 Rue Saint Viateur O, Montréal, QC H2V 1Y1, Canada
Tony tries an everything bagel outside of New York. He admits Montreal bagels are really good, but not the best. (NR2.4, 2006)