Royal Bank Building
The most glamorous building along Rue St-Jacques is probably the Royal Bank Building, the city’s tallest building (22 stories) when it...
Rue de l’Hôpital & Around
Named for a hospice set up by nuns in the 17th century, the Rue de l’Hôpital and adjoining streets are full of architectural quirks and...
Molson Bank Building
The Molson beer-brewing dynasty had its own bank, but the Molson Bank Building looks more like a royal residence; heads of founder...
With its edgy, art-covered walls and chic lighting, this basement venue reels in 20- and 30-somethings with its electro-house, live...
This cozy chalet-style restaurant specializes in exquisitely prepared game meat and fresh seafood. Start with oysters or venison-heart...
445 Rue St-Pierre · interesting places nearby
The sandwiches here have office workers scurrying to these cramped basement quarters from all over Old Montréal on their lunch breaks. The varieties are endless and can include grilled veggies with feta, smoked salmon with sweet roasted peppers or roast beef with horseradish. Excellent salads, soup, quiche and antipasto misto are popular takeouts that round out the mix.