3619 St. Laurent
Euro Deli has been virtually an institution on Saint-Laurent street since it opened in 1982. Euro Deli is different than most chi chi poo poo restaurants on “the main” since the mid 1990’s fancy restauants starting popping up, while Euro Deli prides itself for remaining casual, affordable, and for being self-serve.
Young clientele considerably less image-obsessed than you’ll find at the chic restos to the south. Good stop for a cheese pizza slice, either inside or crouched on the front steps in the spring, drinking in the sites and smells of the lower Main. Expect a new one to open soon on Ste-Catherine West, in front of the Faubourg. Brio instead of booze.
Some items include Homemade minestrone soup, various pizza slices, spinach and cheese calzone, veggie and meat lasagna, spinach and cheese manicotti, beef tortellini, gnocchi, meatball sandwiches, your choice of pasta and a medley of sauces, garlic bread, Caesar salad, spinach salad, and many desserts including tiramisu, tartuffo, carrot cake. They have a large assortments of soft drinks and of course they have Italian specialty drinks like Brio Chinotto and the line of San Pellegrino products. Accepts all cards. Most prices are under $10. Open Mon–Wed 8:30–2:00am, Thu–Fri from 8:30am–4am, Sat 9–4am, Sun 10–4am.