Starting around Ste-Catherine Street and moving northwards, the St-Denis Street pedestrian will pass through the perennially ... More
St Denis Street
Starting around Ste-Catherine Street and moving northwards, the St-Denis Street pedestrian will pass through the perennially popular bars and restaurants of the Quartier Latin, and up a sizeable hill into the heart of the Plateau Mont-Royal. Bars and restaurants abound here as well, and many feature outdoor areas for eating, drinking and wasting time. Generally speaking, nightlife get louder and larger as one moves north. All manner of shops and services are found between Sherbrooke Street and Mont-Royal Avenue, mostly catering to a mid or upscale French clientele.
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 ...
This street is named after its creator, architect Ross, and lies behind the Academic Theater of Drama. It is formed
by two identical buildings, both, with facades of 220 meters in length and 22 meters in height. If you ...
This family owned restaurant treats its guests as if they were guests at their own home, and is the next
best thing to having dinner at Mom's house. All of the food at Tony's is homemade. The soups are ...