Here is a traditional old-style Belgian beer bar located a few blocks west of St-Laurent in Old Montreal , the kind of place ... More
Le Petit Moulinsart
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 Belgian flag out front and a summertime beer garden out back. Of course, the beer selection is stupendous and, even better, the waiters know exactly how to pour and serve it. All are served in proper glasses. The food is solid pub style, with the specialty being mussels and fries.
The informal decor at this relatively undiscovered bring your own wine bistro belies the wonderful creations exiting its open kitchen.
As the name implies, the restaurant is tiny, booking is advisable if not essential. Main courses range from $25 ...
One of the Lower Town's best loved areas, this beautifully restored collection of narrow streets and ancient stone buildings exemplifies
the old world charm that makes Quebec City such a popular destination. Visitors can check out any number of ...
Aside from perhaps the Beaver Club, this Bishop Street institution hosts the most established power scene in the city; the
tastefully decorated interior has seen some of Montreal's best known faces. Despite this, the overall effect suggests relaxed sophistication ...