Église St-Viateur d’Outremont
If you are already on Ave Laurier for the shopping and food, poke your head into this church, which opened in 1913. The interior is pure...
La Buvette Chez Simone
An artsy-chic crowd of (mostly) francophone bons vivants and professionals loves this cozy wine bar. The staff know their vino, and the...
Juliette et Chocolat
Montréal’s chocolate lovers unite at this sweet two-level cafe on Laurier. The menu is built around chocolate, from decadent piping-hot...
Lonely Planet review
Sadly, good Japanese fare is a rarity in Montréal, which makes respectable Mikado all the more of a standout in this sushi-challenged city. Step inside and you’ll find an elegant, Zenlike dining room with a lively wraparound sushi counter. Sashimi is mouthwateringly fresh, while the tuna tempura and grilled organic salmon teriyaki are other highlights. For dessert, try the refreshing green-tea nougat glacé.