Lion d’Or was Québec’s first microbrewery. Call ahead for a guided tour of the brewery, or stop in the pub for a pint.
Écomusée du Fier Monde
This magnificent ex-bathhouse explores the history of Centre-Sud, an industrial district in Montréal until the 1950s and now part of the...
With nearly 20 years under its belt, this gay bar-bistro has earned a spot in Village hearts for its chilled atmosphere, live DJs, patio...
Bistro le Porto
This is a charming and cozy bistro with rich, flavorful Portuguese cuisine and a fantastic selection of ports. The menu features...
1345 Ave Lalonde · interesting places nearby
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This former jam factory in the Village is home to the award-winning Carbone 14 theatrical dance troupe that performs here regularly. Its two flexible halls (450 and 150 seats) can be rejigged to accommodate circuses or raves, but you’re more likely to find interesting international drama collaborations. To bump into its talented performers, head for the cozy basement cafe next to the changing rooms.