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11 terraces to try in Montreal this Summer!

While we are really both feet in the summer, we thought to offer you our top 11 terraces to try in Montreal this summer. So here are our discoveries! And it falls well since many of you are on vacation! This article is from our summer magazine 2017!

11 terraces to try in Montreal: The 4e Mur

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Crédit: 4e mur

St-Denis Street
MontrEal, QC

Probably Montreal’s most hidden terrace. Nestled somewhere in the Latin Quarter You have to go through St-Denis to find it … Masters of the cocktails are aboard this most mysterious speakeasy …

 

11 terraces to try in Montreal: Accords

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Crédit: Accords

212 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest
Montreal, Qc

Probably one of the most beautiful courtyards in Montreal. A terrace to discover and rediscover. I have heard nothing but good. Do we get there soon?

11 terraces to try in Montreal: Ferreira Café

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Crédit: Groupe Ferreira

1446, rue Peel
Montreal, Qc

Celebrating its 21st anniversary, it will be a terrace of 20 places that we will find on the street Peel for the great restaurant of fine Portuguese cuisine as well as their great wines. Needless to say, it will be very exclusive.

11 terraces to try in Montreal: Terrasse William Gray

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Crédit: William Gray

421, rue St-Vincent
Montreal, Qc

Located on the 8th floor of the hotel, the William Gray’s terrace is the perfect place to enjoy the summer season. With a spectacular view of Place Jacques-Cartier and the St. Lawrence River, our terrace offers refreshing summer wines, cocktails and beers and a menu of dishes to share.

11 terraces to try in Montreal: New City Gas

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Crédit: Patricia Brochu

950, rue Ottawa
Montreal, QC

THE Griffintown Terrace! Very popular with its Thursdays 5 to 7, the pleasure is of stake !. On the spot, music, caterer Les Enfants Terribles, a menu of original cocktails developed by mixologist Lawrence Picard. This covered terrace can accommodate approximately 1000 people and gives one of the most beautiful views of the city of Montreal. A place to discover.

11 terraces to try in Montreal: Terrasse sur l’Auberge 

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Crédit: Terrasse sur l’Auberge

97, rue de la Commune East
Montreal, Qc

Two panoramic views to take your breath away. A panoramic view of the Old Port and the St. Lawrence River on one side, and, on the other, the magnificent scenes of Saint-Paul Street. The views from the roof of the Terrasse on the Auberge paint an incredible portrait of the historic district of Montreal.

From the end of June to the beginning of August, the horizon ignited an explosive color palette during the Loto-Québec International Fireworks fireworks competition. To add to the charm of the place, it is the perfect observatory to admire the illumination of the Jacques-Cartier bridge, every evening, at sunset.

11 terraces to try in Montreal: Perché

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Crédit: le Perché

153, rue St-Amable
Montreal, Qc

An urban oasis to discover. Nestled on the 4th floor, with a view of the Place Jacques Cartier, the Perché reveals a chic and verdant decor in a warm and friendly atmosphere. This urban oasis offers a healthy, fresh and colorful menu with Californian inspirations. This terrace perched in the heart of Old Montreal is the place to discover for the summer season.

11 terraces to try in Montreal: Terrasse Place d’Armes

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Crédit: Terrasse Place d’Armes

55, rue Saint-Jacques Ouest, 8th floor
Montreal, Qc,

One of the few high views on the square of the Place d’Armes and downtown. To enjoy the summer weather with one of the few viewpoints in height on the square of the Place d’Armes and on the city center. For lunch, 5 to 7 and even for supper. Exclusive view and guaranteed escape feeling!

Open daily, depending on the weather, lunch is served from 11:30 to 15:00, and dinner is served from 17:00 to 23:00. In addition, snacks are available between 3 pm and 5 pm.

11 terraces to try in Montreal: Taverne F

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Crédit: Groupe Ferreira

1485, rue Jeanne Mance

Montréal, QC

In the heart of the Quartier des Spectacles, the latter offers a terrace of 120 places! You will be at the front row for the various festivals that take place on the Place des Festivals next door. You will find petiscos, small dishes to be shared among friends. Come on the lunch to enjoy the 3 courses at $ 24

11 terraces to try in Montreal: Terrasse Nelligan

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Crédit: Terrasse Nelligan

106, Saint-Paul Ouest
5th floor
Montreal, QC

This splendid space on the roof of Hotel Nelligan offers a summer menu full of color and freshness. Rather than rising too high above the monuments of Old Montreal, it is located opposite its magnificent roofs, including that of the Notre-Dame Basilica, offering detailed views of its secular architecture. With a simple turn of 180 degrees, you will be facing the majestic river port that runs along the magnificent shores of the St. Lawrence.

11 terraces to try in Montreal: Le Richmond

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Crédit: le Richmond

377 Rue Richmond
Montreal, QC
H3J 1 T9

 

Another beautiful inner courtyard. But what is really fun is that if it rains, the roof closes, it’s just perfect, nothing to fear on the Richmond Terrace. We’re having a party. Like this big Terrace party this Sunday!

 

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