Yes, all those Mediterranean flatbreads are releated - pizza, pide, pita etc.
All that food for $9,99!
Of course I live in an equally foodie place, but perhaps surprisingly to some, it is NOT much of a destination for late-night eats. The Jean-Talon Market opens very early and closes no later than 9 pm on Thursday and Friday, earlier other days, and often the stalls are closed by 6pm. Remember, there are some actual farmers, and they have to drive a good long way early in the morning.
You'll find more late-night food on the Plateau/in Mile End. (Which are not very far, just over the CP railway line south, just as Park-Extension is over that line west of us - it curves northward). Park-Ex was strongly Greek and still has some Greek restaurants, but not as many as the Danforth area in Toronto does - it didn't become such an "anchor" for that cuisine as Greek families moved into newer areas and the suburbs, as our Little Italy has done. Park-Ex is now largely South Asian, though there are people from everywhere, not just the South Asian countries. The more prestigious Greek restaurants, starting with the famous Milos, remain in Mile End on avenue du Parc where Greek people settled even earlier.
A quirk of commerce in Park-Ex is that several of the bring your own wine restaurants are halal. I guess they don't mind others consuming the forbidden grape...
Snow crab has arrived, but asparagus won't be at the market for at least another week or so. Not as early as last spring, with no real winter at all, but still earlier than a few decades ago.