Church of St James the Apostle
Built in 1864 on a sports field for the British military, this Anglican church used to be called St Crickets in the Fields for the...
Hurley’s Irish Pub
This cozy place on bar-lined Rue Crescent features live rock and fiddling Celtic folk on the rear stage and beer-soaked football and...
Situated in a converted Victorian house with pretty stained-glass windows, Mango Bay serves up authentic chicken jerky or stew, curried...
1307 Rue Ste-Catherine Ouest · interesting places nearby
Founded in 1866 as Canada’s first department store, Ogilvy has transformed itself into a collection of high-profile boutiques. When it was remodeled in the late 1920s the owner had a concert hall built on the 5th floor called ‘The Tudor’ that’s still open for viewing; there’s an interesting mini-museum outside it. Ogilvy’s front window displays mechanical toys that are a Montréal fixture at Christmas. At the time we went to press, renovations were expected to add a condo complex to the building, but it should remain open.