Sample a myriad of local flavours prepared specially for you.
Milan made its name as a railway stop – a loading point for freshly sawn wood. The construction of a new rail line between Scotstown and Cookshire, at the junction of the three townships of Hampden, Whitton and Marston, accelerated its growth in 1877. The Gisla cemetery, set back from the village, is the final resting place of legendary outlaw Donald Morrison. Morrison was known as the Megantic Outlaw – and it was on the main street in Megantic that he fatally shot Constable Jack Warren, sent to arrest him for arson and attempted murder. Residents are proud of their local businesses, amongst them the Meunerie Milanaise and Maison Usinex.