Montreal is recognized in North America for its multicultural cuisine, and for its buzzing nightlife. Since cinema is not the one and only thing in life, here is a selection of bars and restaurants we recommend, and that will hopefully enhance your stay in Montreal. Bon appetit!
The Apollo restaurant is located in an old presbytery in the magnificent architecture that Giovanni Apollo and his team fuss to prepare you a whole culinary experience. You can even choose between several atmospheres: the bar, the terrace, the room of the restaurant and both rooms of event.Having worked in more than about twenty countries, this native of Italy cooked for most men in high places among whom, among others, François Mitterrand to the Élysée, the European Royal family, King Rama IX of Thailand but also numerous leaders of the artistic world.
1333 rue Université (entre les rue De Maisonneuve et Sainte Catherine)
Located in downtown Montreal, the Pullman is essentially devoted to the sinful pleasures of wine.
3424, Parc avenue
Located in the heart of the effervescent Quartier des Spectacles, in a luminous and relaxed atmosphere, F Bar is a must for all foodies. Chef Gilles Herzog offers a savoring menu in which he favors fresh market produce with a Portuguese touch!
1485, rue Jeanne-Mance
The chef Loïc Chazay proposes an artisanal cuisine that accentuates the front-scene of our local producers like Gaspor with their milk piglet. A unique experience in cinematographic scenery. The kitchen remains open all week from 11:30 until midnight but it remains closed on Saturday and Sunday lunch. Upon presentation of your ticket provided by the Festival du nouveau cinéma, get a free aperitif.
1801 Ontario East (corner Papineau)
Night and day, Laïka is the favorite spot for the media and arts community in Montreal. Food, drinks in a relaxing, cozy atmosphere with top notch music.
4040 Boulevard St-Laurent
4134, boul. Saint-Laurent
917, rachel est
Located in Montréal Quartier Latin, the restaurant Menthe & Couscous invites you to discover the unique flavours of a Maghreb traditional fine cuisine from Tunisia and Marocco. Rich and tastful, this not to miss restaurant will take you on a delicious trip!
351 Émery Street
281, Bernard ouest (coin parc)
Established in Montréal in 1998, the Camellia Sinensis Teahouse specializes in superior grades of tea from the diverse terroirs of China, Taiwan, Japan, India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Vietnam and more. Our team of tasters travel each year to the tea gardens of Asia to meet the artisans who create these small quantities of prized leaf. We invite you to discover the freshness of the unique teas that result from this unusual and authentic style of sourcing.
351 Emery street
The food culture of Greece, perhaps less known, is elaborated from mainland ingredients and culinary traditions of the country, coupled with influences from the Greek Diaspora that lived and prospered during the 18th and 19th centuries in Alexandria, Asia Minor, Constantinople and the Balkan. Cava by Costas Spiliadis brings to the table foods of rustic origin with tastes of mainland game.
5357 Parc Avenue
Original World Famous Smoked Meat and Steakhouse!
389, St-Laurent boul.
BBQ St-Hubert has served its famous rotisserie chicken to happy diners since 1951. At St-Hubert Express, enjoy speedy service along with as much coleslaw, bread, soft drinks and coffee-not to mention St-Hubert's inimitable BBQ sauce-as you please. Courteous service on the double!