Ça Roule Montréal
Nicely located near the Old Port, Ça Roule Montréal has a wide selection of bicycles, in-line skates, spare parts and a good repair...
Cours Le Royer
Montréal’s first hospital was founded on this narrow lane by Jeanne Mance in 1644. Later on a huge commercial complex was built here,...
This narrow cobblestone street, the oldest in Montréal, was once a dirt road packed tight by horses laden with goods bound for the Old...
Le Piano Rouge
This intimate, brick-walled bistro-lounge centers on its titular red piano, where jazz, soul and R&B artists raise the temperature...
Lonely Planet review
This spacious old gallery has always been at the forefront of the avant-garde scene in Montréal. Works are split between local and heavyweight artists known abroad, including Besner, Missakian and Tetro. Its forte is naïve and modernist art and sculpture.