Queue de Cheval
The palatial Windsor was Canada’s first grand hotel (1878) and played host to all manner of international guests and celebrities,...
The Canadiens of the National Hockey League have won the Stanley Cup 24 times. Although the team has struggled in recent years,...
Montréal Canadiens Hall of Fame
Hockey fans can pay their respects to one of the greatest teams in hockey history at this small hall-of-fame museum inside the Bell...
This fantastic brewpub has eight varieties of suds on tap, including honey beer, nut brown and the more challenging raspberry blonde....
A classic, long-running deli, Reuben’s has squishy booths and a long counter, where patrons line up for towering smoked-meat sandwiches...
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This mecca of expense-account carnivores serves up delectable prime beef that’s dry-aged on the premises. Order from a dozen varieties of mammoth-sized steaks that span filet mignon, T-bone and thick slabs of marbled tenderloin, and then watch as it’s char-broiled in the pyrotechnics of the open kitchen. Due to local construction, the Q will move to a new location in the neighborhood for two years from November 2012; check the website. Reserve as early as possible.