This former bathhouse in the Plateau is chockablock with pretty art-deco details. There are special sessions throughout the day so call...
We adore this low-key, friendly brasserie. It’s nice but not too pricey and the mixed crowd is artsy but unpretentious. If you...
Moishe’s feels a bit like a social club, although guests from all backgrounds come to consume its legendary grilled meats and seafood....
Lonely Planet review
Jolly owner José often mans the small kitchen of this tiny, colorful cafe. Besides serving some of the ‘hood’s best and strongest espresso, it’s lauded for its breakfasts, seafood soup and Portuguese sausage. A young, bohemian clientele tends to spill onto the sidewalk to chat while eyeing the cast of characters that meanders by.