This former bathhouse in the Plateau is chockablock with pretty art-deco details. There are special sessions throughout the day so call...
Referred to simply as ‘Copa’ by the scruffy writers, actors, directors, artists and wannabes who frequent the place, this Blvd...
Reuben Schwartz, a Romanian Jew, opened this Montréal icon in 1928, and it’s been going strong ever since. Schwartz’s meat goes through...
3907 Blvd St-Laurent · interesting places nearby
Coco Rico information
People strolling the Main pop into this no-frills Portuguese place all day for piping-hot plates of juicy rotisserie chicken, roasted potatoes and custard tarts. With only one long counter and flimsy bar stools inside, this place always looks empty; most people order their birds to go.