This Jewish-Roumanian steakhouse located on Boulevard St. Laurent (aka the Main), is the oldest continually operating restaurant in Montreal. The 79-year-old institution checks off many of the traditional steakhouse boxes: plush carpeting, pressed tin ceiling, white tablecloths, and veteran waiters who’ve been working the floor for decades. Every meal starts with coleslaw and pickles, and then you get to choose. Signature dishes include house-cured salmon, chopped beef liver, and charcoal-grilled rib steak. Thursday to Saturday, a two-course meal costs just $25 after 9 p.m.