Church Of St James The Apostle
Built in 1864 on a sports field for the British military, this Anglican church used to be called St Crickets in the Fields for the...
This lively singles bar attracts hordes of fun-loving tourists and Montrealers looking for an easy place to paint the town red. Smoked...
This friendly little Lebanese joint scores high in popularity on the city’s shwarma circuit because of its delicious toasted pita...
Lonely Planet review
Walking into this European-style pub and sports bar, you’d never guess it was once the watering hole of some of Montréal’s most infamous writers and journalists (for example, the boisterous, late newspaper columnist Nick Auf der Maur practically lived here). These days Ziggy’s features imported draft beer, several televisions and celebrity memorabilia, including a hockey jersey autographed by Habs hero Maurice ‘The Rocket’ Richard.