Like the bustling taverns of Venice, Bàcaro Urban Pizzeria is all about making our clients feel at home or, shall we say, in our home, Italy.
The Venetian bácaros have always been a unique meeting place for friends, usually a small humble restaurant serving simple and good food, young local wines- the ideal place to drink a glass of wine and grab a bite to eat while chatting the day or night away. Patrons of the bacaro enjoy an 'ombretta', a glass of wine, with some homemade Italian specialties such as wood burning oven pizzas and baked pastas.
The old is celebrated in new ways at Bar George, a modern-day rendezvous set in the grand heritage home once belonging to Sir George Stephen. Honouring the former resident’s roots, our chefs cook up contemporary takes on classic U.K. fare, spiked with Québécois quirks, while our bar pours time-tested drinks.
*A special menu will be offered for Dinner on the 24 & 25th of December *Please visit our website to visualize the menu https://restauranthenri.com/menu/Henri Brasserie Française is a grand restaurant, the likes of which only appear once in a decade. Set in the landmark Birks Building located in the heart of downtown Montreal and connected to the new Hotel Birks Montreal 5-star Hotel, Henri presents a cuisine of today, inspired by the timeless traditions of the grand French brasseries. Our gourmet and comforting dishes created by our chef showcase the finest Canadian and Quebec seasonal products from coast to coast. You will be charmed by the enchanting atmosphere of this spacious and bright Montreal dining room with its 19th century French décor and by its spectacular terrace. The men and women who enliven our dining room and our kitchen combine decades of experience gained in some of the best restaurants in the world.
Visionary chef Marcus Samuelsson takes the traditional brasserie in exciting new directions. With an expansive third-floor terrace, this is Montreal’s hottest new destination to dine, drink and connect – from power breakfasts through to late-night cocktails.
Legendary chef Daniel Boulud created his namesake Maison Boulud to reinterpret French classics. At his downtown Montreal restaurant, artisanal Quebecois products and local ingredients are used to craft modern dishes. The fine dining setting includes a cozy main dining room with a fireplace and a view of the open kitchen, a year-round greenhouse overlooking the Ritz-Carlton garden, an inviting bar, private dinings and two Summer terraces.
Located in Old Montreal, Brasserie 701 is inspired by the great Parisian brasseries, offering French classics in a chic setting with neoclassical architecture. Come taste our brunch, lunch and dinner or simply for happy hour!
Since 1997, Modavie Bistro invites you to taste a varied menu inspired by French classics. Spawning two floors with vintage ambiance in the heart of Old Montreal, you can hear live bands play every night as well as during weekend brunch.
GRILL. WINES. COCKTAILS.--Inspired by Montreal’s vibrant culinary scene and American bistros and steakhouses, Maggie Oakes is a vegetable-forward market grill, overlooking historic Place Jacques-Cartier in Old Montreal. The menu offers a perfect blend of seasonal vegetables and quality meat with a commitment to local farmers and purveyors.Maggie Oakes also offers a selection of beautiful AAA Canadian beef cuts dry-aged in-house for a minimum of 35 days. Bone-in striploin, T-bones, Porterhouse and Tomahawk steaks are always available, and most importantly perfectly aged in-house. Come discover some of the best dry-aged beef in Old Montreal!
The Bistrot la Fabrique is on an annual break for the next few weeks. We will be back on February 3, 2021.Note that we are offering a tasting menu for take-out for the evening of December 31st. Available via this link: https://la-fabrique-take-out.myshopify.com/collections/saint-sylvestreHappy New Year 2022 dear customers.** Public health rules are applied to the letter during your visits. The mask is required on arrival as well as for your outdoor and indoor travel.
A gourmet tavern where you will feel just like home
Gaspar’s kitchen serves up fresh, pub-style cooking and wide variety of local beers and spirits. The menu: soulful staples, original cocktails and friendly service in a classic tavern setting. The space, originally a 19th-century warehouse, preserves much of its old-school furnishings but with a few novel kicks. And come summer, it welcomes the warm weather with its big terrace on rue de la Commune.