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Top 10 Montreal spots to grab a poutine this St-Jean Baptiste Day


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In honor of St-Jean Baptiste Day, we asked you, our West Island community, your favorite spots to grab the classic Quebec snack; fresh-cut fries, golden gravy, and cheese curds all melt into the delicacy that has come to be known as Poutine.


Let us know down below where you like to grab this delicious dish! Did we include it down below?


10. Dic Ann’s


Dominic “Dick” Potenza was born in West Virginia and grew up in Utica, New York. He became well known in the Rochester - Buffalo area during the ’40s as a head-waiter in the supper-club type restaurants of the era. It was at one of these supper clubs that he met his future wife, jazz accordionist Ann Collecchia, who performed using the stage name of Ann Russell. Together, they envisioned a fast food restaurant that would serve an original-style hamburger with their own special sauce. After much thought, this original style hamburger took the form of a toasted bun containing a thin patty that would cook quickly. After they modified and combined two recipes that they brought with them from Rochester, Dick and Ann developed their famous hot sauce.


SOURCE: https://www.dicanns.com/


9. La Fleur


Winning your heart since 1951. At Lafleur, we bring people together day after day by offering classics made from fresh ingredients.