Montréal is terrace town


Comfortably located in the Old Port, Marché des Éclusiers offers a charmingly relaxed atmosphere and a mouthwatering menu built around products from its own farmers’ market.

Looking for a romantic outing? Try the captivating Canal Lounge, a café and bar inside a canal boat docked on the shores of the Lachine Canal, near the Atwater Market.


Other well-kept secrets to discover around town include the Ristorante Il Cortile with its alluring Tuscan atmosphere, just one block away from the Museum of Fine Arts; the Californian inspiration of Perché, in Old Montréal; and the refined rooftop ambiance of the Renaissance Hotel, offering a panoramic view of the city centre.


But when it comes to breathtaking views, Les Enfants Terribles, a restaurant perched at the very top of Place Ville-Marie, has them all beat!


Le Marché des éclusiers, 400 de la Commune West Street


Canal Lounge, Quai Atwater


Café Il Cortile, 1442 Sherbrooke West Street


Le Perché, 421 Saint-Vincent Street


Air Terrasse, 1250 Robert-Bourassa Boulevard


Les enfants Terribles, 1, Place Ville Marie, 44th Floor



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