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food • 6 days, 5 nights

Tastes & Traditions of Jewish Montréal

Montreal, Québec
food • 6 days, 5 nights

Tastes & Traditions of Jewish Montréal

Montreal, Québec
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  • Group Size 12 People Maximum
  • Activity Level
  • Travel Style
    Urban Exploration
from $2,280 USD per person
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Trip Overview

Join us for six days as we eat our way through Montréal, home to Canada’s oldest and most diverse Jewish community. Between bites of meze, falafel, and rugelach, we'll uncover Jewish culinary traditions. Across the city and beyond its limits, we'll meet chefs, rabbis, and local experts who will show us how food and history intersect and introduce us to Ashkenazi, Sephardic, and Mizrahi experiences. Along the way, the dishes we try and the people we meet will reveal the full, vibrant tapestry of the Jewish diaspora in Montréal.

  • Multi-course meals that reveal Montréal’s vibrant Jewish heritage
  • A hands on bagel-making workshop
  • Free time to visit iconic bakeries, delis, and groceries
  • Conversations with chefs, historians, and rabbis
  • A picnic of local delicacies near the home of Leonard Cohen


Itineraries and daily schedules are subject to change. We expect to do everything listed in the itinerary, though the order may be rearranged based on weather or other local conditions.

Trip Leader

Caitlin Stall-Paquet
Caitlin is from Québec and has lived in Montréal for over 15 years. Also her mother’s hometown, Montréal is close to her heart—and she loves nothing more than to show visitors why they should fall for it too. Caitlin is also a translator, editor, and writer who has published articles about Jewish food and cultural heritage in Montréal. She served as the associate editor at Air Canada enRoute magazine and her writing has appeared in Elle Canada, Daily Xtra, Hazlitt, Maisonneuve Magazine, Vice, Paste, and Matrix. She’s excited to share some of her personal favorite spots with you, from what to eat to where to kick back in a park or pick up a good book.

Additional Info


The cost of this trip is $2,280, based on double occupancy.

Traveling Solo?

You’re in good company. Solo travelers typically make up about half of our small groups. With curiosity at the center of our experiences, there’s a natural camaraderie that develops over the course of a trip. We have two options for you: 

Shared Room: You’ll be matched with another solo traveler of the same gender.

Private Room: Have your own room, subject to availability, for a supplemental cost of $425. After booking your trip, please request a single room when you fill out your traveler information form and we’ll send a separate invoice for the cost.

Arrival & Departure

Our trip begins with a welcome dinner in the Plateau neighborhood of Montréal. We recommend you arrive in Montréal by 2 p.m. on Day 1, so you can settle into our accommodations and meet the guide and group in time for dinner. Our trip concludes in the morning on Day 6. If you’ll be leaving Montréal directly after our trip, we’d recommend departing any time that day. If you'd like to extend your trip, we’re happy to provide suggestions for things to do in the city on your own.

Activity Level

Travelers should feel comfortable walking two to four miles each day, climbing stairs, and remaining on their feet for long periods of time. In addition to walking within the city, guided visits to museums, and exploration of several other sites, we’ll take an easy nature hike (approximately four miles) around a lake on mostly flat terrain while in Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts.

  • Five nights of accommodation at a boutique hotel in the heart of Montreal's Plateau neighborhood. 
  • All meals described in the itinerary.
  • While with the group, transportation within Montreal (by foot and public transportation) as well as Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts (via private mini-bus).
  • An experienced local guide to accompany you throughout the trip, as well as special guests.
  • Admission to all proposed activities, locations, and events.
  • A great group of fellow Atlas Obscura travelers, excited to explore the rich tapestry of Jewish multiculturalism in Montreal!
  • 24/7 emergency assistance through Global Rescue.
  • Transportation to and from Montreal.
  • Transportation within Montreal, outside of group activities.
  • Airport transfers.
  • Travel insurance (recommended).
  • Additional meals and drinks outside of Atlas Obscura offerings, including most alcoholic beverages.
  • Applying for a Canadian visa, if applicable.
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Trip FAQ

July in Montréal is usually a very pleasant time to walk around and explore the city. Daytime temperatures can reach up to around 80°F, dropping to the low 60s in the evenings. 

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