Les Soeurs Grises
Named after the famous Montréal religious order of nuns founded by St Marguerite d’Youville, this swanky bistro-brasserie is equal parts...
Industrial style dominates at this renovated factory next to the Fonderie Darling art space, which draws a creative tech-industry crowd....
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Fonderie Darling information
Tucked away in a little-visited corner of Old Montréal, the Darling Foundry hosts avant-garde, often large-scale exhibitions in its two sizable showrooms. The brick industrial building, which dates back to the early 1900s, once housed a prosperous iron foundry and is today home to the gallery and live-work studios for artists.
In the summertime the foundry hosts occasional Thursday-night street events (with free admission). Check the website for upcoming exhibitions. Also in the foundry is the first-rate restaurant, Le Serpent ; its entrance is on Prince St.