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

marchedeseclusiers.com

 

Canal Lounge, Quai Atwater

canallounge.com

 

Café Il Cortile, 1442 Sherbrooke West Street

cafeilcortile.com

 

Le Perché, 421 Saint-Vincent Street

perchemtl.com

 

Air Terrasse, 1250 Robert-Bourassa Boulevard

airterrasse.com

 

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

jesuisunenfantterrible.com/au-sommet-place-ville-marie/

 

 

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