Le Saint Sulpice
The backbone of Montréal’s franco-phone shopping district, Rue St-Denis is lined with hat and garment shops, uberhip record stores and...
Les Trois Brasseurs
This chain of European brewers has set up a great locale in the Quartier Latin. Four homegrown beers are always on tap and the menu has...
A requisite stop for vegetarian diners in Montréal, this handsomely rustic dining room stocks an impressive variety of high-quality...
Lonely Planet review
This student evergreen is spread over four levels in an old Victorian stone house – a cafe, several terraces, disco and a sprawling back garden for drinks ‘n’ chats. The music changes with the DJ’s mood, from hip-hop and ambient to mainstream rock and jazz. It uses recyclable glasses and also sells alcohol-free beer.