montreal's biggest tour operator offers a passel of circuits on comfortable pseudo-trolleys. The montreal tram tour lasts three hours...
The palatial Windsor was Canada’s first grand hotel (1878) and played host to all manner of international guests and celebrities,...
This leafy expanse in the heart of downtown was known until 1988 as Dominion Sq, a reminder of Canada’s founding in 1867. A Catholic...
Dominion Square Tavern
Once a down-and-out watering hole dating from the 1920s, this beautifully renovated tavern recalls a classic French bistro but with a...
A classic, long-running deli, Reuben’s has squishy booths and a long counter, where patrons line up for towering smoked-meat sandwiches...
1220 Rue Peel · interesting places nearby
This bright, busy, dressy place presents large live salsa bands pumping out tropical rhythms. The Latin community (and their admirers) come out in droves to tear up the dance floor. When you need a break, you can refuel with a margarita while watching the 25-to-50s crowd gyrate into exhaustion.