Université du Québec à Montréal
The modern, rather drab buildings of Montréal’s French-language university blend into the cityscape and are linked to the underground...
Now hidden among the university buildings, this Romanesque gem was built by the Sulpicians in 1876 to cement their influence in...
Tucked off a side street, this handsome little pub is frequented by many for its heavenly vine-covered courtyard and drinks menu with a...
Ong Ca Can
Despite its crisp white linens and intricate artwork, this bustling Vietnamese restaurant only looks pricey. The lemongrass rolls and...
264 Rue Ste-Catherine Est · interesting places nearby
Théâtre Ste-Catherine information
From film to theater, stand-up comedy to music concerts, this venue presents a variety of shows: Oscar Wilde one night, burlesque dance the next. Its Sunday Night Improv (sketch and comedy) performances are quite popular with the city’s theatrical community; the Montreal Sketch Comedy Festival is in late May.