This converted mansion stakes a legitimate claim to 'King of the Montreal Bars'. Inside, each different room boasts ... More
This converted mansion stakes a legitimate claim to 'King of the Montreal Bars'. Inside, each different room boasts its own unique ambiance, music and furnishings, while the enormous patio in back is a glorious sight to behold on warm summer nights; empty tables on weekends are needles in an enormous haystack. The pitchers of domestic beer here are pretty affordable. The crowd is definitely young and predominantly French, though it has been more or less discovered by Anglophone university students. No one should feel unwelcome here.
In the heart of old Quebec, the Le Saint Paul Hotel can be considered as one of the most charming
inn this city has to offer. Located in a fully restored and renovated XIXth century building, the ambience is ...
Located right across from Place du Canada, this restaurant is considered one of the best in Montreal for world class
Szechuan cuisine. It is run by the Mah family, whose kitchen prides itself on authenticity and friendly, informed service. ...
Here is a traditional old style Belgian beer bar located a few blocks west of St Laurent in Old Montreal
, the kind of place that makes you feel as if you are in Europe. There is a large ...