A 2016 addition to Montréal's dining scene, Moleskine is, arguably, three restaurants. There's a takeout window selling meals to go and ice cream, a casual downstairs restaurant serving sandwiches, salads, and both coffee and beer on tap, and a gourmet dining room on the second floor. The industrial-chic decor with chain-metal curtains and mismatched chairs around communal tables has helped make it one of the city's trendiest restaurants. The food is more fun and festive than fussy: Crudos, creative salads, and pizzas from the wood-fired oven are all recommended. Moleskine is from the same team behind the popular Pullman wine bar, right next door.