June 14, 2017
The arrival of summer marks the beginning of the long and warm days. And what better way to finish them on a terrace with a good meal or a drink with friends! In Montreal, this city attracts a multitude of terraces. The restaurants and bars of the city offer unique to discover. In the downtown, on the rooftops with an uninterrupted view or surrounded with greenery in an inner courtyard, the terraces allow to enjoy the summer. There is something for every taste! In this article, discover the best terraces in Montreal!
St Ambroise / McAuslan Brewery
Located next to the Lachine Canal, Saint-Ambroise beer offered a beer directly stirred at this place.
Address: 5080 Saint Ambroise
Although Verdun has just one bar, its terrace is able to meet the demands of the residents of boroughs. It features incredible spaciousness and plenty of comfortable seating in an enclosed exterior terrace.
Address: 4026 Wellington
This friendly terrace offers a festive atmosphere. In addition, this restaurant offers a varied menu and a cocktail menu that help keep you there for much longer than you had anticipated.
Address: 1603 Ontario E
Its hidden terrace offers a peaceful setting in the early evening. No noise from the city disturbs your relaxing moment after work. Throughout the evening, this terrace becomes a most convivial place.
Address: 1412 St. Elizabeth Street
Bar Plan B
If you are looking for an intimate terrace, filled with greenery and completely enclosed from the hustle and bustle, Bar Plan B is the perfect terrace for you. In addition to being the perfect getaway, it also happens to have everything on its menu including snacks, champagne, and cocktails.
Address: 327 Mont Royal E
Montreal offers even more terraces than those described above. Whatever your choice, you will enjoy a relaxed atmosphere in a summer setting. If your Montreal getaway lasts a few days, do you know that you can book a room or suite within walking distance of all the city's attractions? Les Suites Labelle is a hotel located in the heart of Montreal.