The big draw of this square by the Palais Des Congrès is the fountain that releases a ring of fire (and an ethereal mist) at certain...
Known as the Wall St of Canada into the 1930s, Rue St-Jacques was lined with the head offices of insurance companies and banks that...
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...
This modern room in the W Hotel is among the city’s safest bets for a soiree on the town. Weekly DJ nights attract a well-dressed,...
Hipster baristas whip up delightfully smooth lattes at this bright little espresso bar on the edge of Old Montréal to a mostly hurried...
900 Pl Jean-Paul-Riopelle · interesting places nearby
Chef Normand Laprise has earned rave reviews for his innovative recipes based on products sourced from local farms. The bright, wide-open dining room has high ceilings accented by playful splashes of color, and a glass-enclosed wine cave with suspended bottles looming. The seven-course menu dégustation ($120) is the pinnacle of dining in Montréal – allow three hours for the feast.