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Montreal Restaurants With Killer Delivery Options

Food to your door. It’s easier than ever to justify staying, and eating in, thanks to third-party delivery services like À la Carte Express, Just Eat and Foodora (formerly Hurrier), which have linked up with the city’s restaurants and casual eateries — and we want to highlight those for Eater's Delivery Week. The number of eateries signed on to those services has grown exponentially in recent times — just a few years ago, Just Eat dominated the delivery scene and was populated heavily with late night fast food options, touting poutine and pizzaghetti.
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