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3605 Boulevard St.-Laurent, Montreal, Quebec H2X 2V5, Canada

Madona, one of the city's original cheap-pizza joints, serves its 99-cent slices until the early-morning hours. Located on a busy stretch of Saint-Laurent where the “The Main” intersects pedestrian Prince Arthur Street, the pizzeria is close to bars and nightclubs. The pies are New York-style with a thin crust, and sold by the slice or as a whole. Only the cheese pizza goes for the bargain price, but there are other toppings available and most slices don't exceed $2.50. Pizza Madona is also known for its poutine—French fries topped with cheese curds and gravy.

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Pizza Madona

Madona, one of the city's original cheap-pizza joints, serves its 99-cent slices until the early-morning hours. Located on a busy stretch of Saint-Laurent where the “The Main” intersects pedestrian Prince Arthur Street, the pizzeria is close to bars and nightclubs. The pies are New York-style with a thin crust, and sold by the slice or as a whole. Only the cheese pizza goes for the bargain price, but there are other toppings available and most slices don't exceed $2.50. Pizza Madona is also known for its poutine—French fries topped with cheese curds and gravy.