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8 Wonderful Montreal Restaurants for Your Wedding Day

From the traditional to the industrial-chic, here’s where to get married with a great meal

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If religion isn’t really your thing, and neither is a big impersonal hall (cue purple lights), then a restaurant might just be the right venue to consider for your nuptials. Being a city blessed with near-endless possibilities for places to eat, Montreal has a good assortment of wedding-friendly restaurants for brides- and grooms-to-be to choose from, ranging from cozy and intimate to glamourous and decked-out.

Whatever you choose, there is one thing you can rely on: at least the food will be good. Happy planning!

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. McKiernan

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5524 Rue Saint-Patrick #200, Montréal
QC H4E 1A8, Canada
(514) 759-6677
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When the owners of Joe Beef and Maison Publique brought McKiernan back from the dead, they made it way more than a luncheonette. Located in Côte-St-Paul, version 2.0 doubles as an event space, which can pack up to 200 people in without feeling cramped.

2. Grumman'78

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630 Rue de Courcelle, Montréal
QC H4C 3C5, Canada
(514) 290-5125
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Tacos make most things in life better, including weddings. Especially lovely in the warmer months when Grumman’s garage doors open up the room into a part-indoor, part-outdoor venue, weddings here are guaranteed to be wholly unpretentious. And delicious.

3. Beatrice

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1504 Rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montréal
QC H3G 1L3, Canada
(514) 937-6009
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There’s a reason Beatrice (formerly known as Bice) has long been one of Montreal’s most sought-after places to get married. The indoor-outdoor dining room holds up to 200 guests and, strewn with string lights year-round, makes for a magical place to say “I do”.

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4. Jatoba

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1184 Place Phillips, Montréal
QC H3B 3C8, Canada
(514) 871-1184
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Another one of the city’s very-petty-to-look-at dining rooms, this business crowd favourite turns out beautiful events, with its vine-and-lantern-draped ceiling and pan-Asian-fusion fare. For summer weddings, the terrasse seats 60 and makes for an intimate affair.

5. Le Richmond

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377 Rue Richmond, Montréal
QC H3J 1T9, Canada
(514) 508-8749
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This Italian restaurant in Griffintown likes to do things all the way—see the array of on-site farm animals at its seasonal sugar shack brunch — and when it comes to weddings, the room just lends itself to that over-the-top feel. With its high ceilings, ample greenery and generous-sized bar, it’s a good bet if you’re looking for a glammed-up supper-club vibe.

6. Gibbys

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298 Place d'Youville, Montréal
QC H2Y 2B6, Canada
(514) 282-1837
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If you’ve been to Gibbys in Old Montreal before, you’ve surely noticed the quaint courtyard to the side of the restaurant, tucked away behind wrought iron gates. This charming spot is a popular one for vows or an intimate cocktail, with the option of a steakhouse dinner indoors to follow. One caveat: the aforementioned is actually a public courtyard, meaning music cannot be played in the space.

7. Sinclair

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414 Saint-Sulpice, Montréal
QC H2Y 2V5, Canada
(514) 284-3332
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If the cobblestoned streets of Old Montreal are calling you, Sinclair is worth looking into. The St-Sulpice Hotel’s restaurant has two rooms that couples can choose between for a classed-up affair, the larger of which can seat up to 80. The terrasse also opens up to a gorgeous garden in the summer.

8. Sucrerie de la Montagne

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300 Chemin Saint-Georges, Rigaud
QC J0P 1P0, Canada
(450) 451-0831
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For an outside-the-box (and outside the city) option, popular Rigaud sugar shack Sucrerie de la Montagne puts on a wedding that’s about as rustic as possible without actually taking place in a forest (which is actually an option here, for those interested in exchanging vows amid the maple trees). With hearty Québécois plates, there’s also zero threat of guests leaving hungry from here.

1. McKiernan

5524 Rue Saint-Patrick #200, Montréal, QC H4E 1A8, Canada

When the owners of Joe Beef and Maison Publique brought McKiernan back from the dead, they made it way more than a luncheonette. Located in Côte-St-Paul, version 2.0 doubles as an event space, which can pack up to 200 people in without feeling cramped.

5524 Rue Saint-Patrick #200, Montréal
QC H4E 1A8, Canada

2. Grumman'78

630 Rue de Courcelle, Montréal, QC H4C 3C5, Canada

Tacos make most things in life better, including weddings. Especially lovely in the warmer months when Grumman’s garage doors open up the room into a part-indoor, part-outdoor venue, weddings here are guaranteed to be wholly unpretentious. And delicious.

630 Rue de Courcelle, Montréal
QC H4C 3C5, Canada

3. Beatrice

1504 Rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montréal, QC H3G 1L3, Canada

There’s a reason Beatrice (formerly known as Bice) has long been one of Montreal’s most sought-after places to get married. The indoor-outdoor dining room holds up to 200 guests and, strewn with string lights year-round, makes for a magical place to say “I do”.

1504 Rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montréal
QC H3G 1L3, Canada

4. Jatoba

1184 Place Phillips, Montréal, QC H3B 3C8, Canada

Another one of the city’s very-petty-to-look-at dining rooms, this business crowd favourite turns out beautiful events, with its vine-and-lantern-draped ceiling and pan-Asian-fusion fare. For summer weddings, the terrasse seats 60 and makes for an intimate affair.

1184 Place Phillips, Montréal
QC H3B 3C8, Canada

5. Le Richmond

377 Rue Richmond, Montréal, QC H3J 1T9, Canada

This Italian restaurant in Griffintown likes to do things all the way—see the array of on-site farm animals at its seasonal sugar shack brunch — and when it comes to weddings, the room just lends itself to that over-the-top feel. With its high ceilings, ample greenery and generous-sized bar, it’s a good bet if you’re looking for a glammed-up supper-club vibe.

377 Rue Richmond, Montréal
QC H3J 1T9, Canada

6. Gibbys

298 Place d'Youville, Montréal, QC H2Y 2B6, Canada

If you’ve been to Gibbys in Old Montreal before, you’ve surely noticed the quaint courtyard to the side of the restaurant, tucked away behind wrought iron gates. This charming spot is a popular one for vows or an intimate cocktail, with the option of a steakhouse dinner indoors to follow. One caveat: the aforementioned is actually a public courtyard, meaning music cannot be played in the space.

298 Place d'Youville, Montréal
QC H2Y 2B6, Canada

7. Sinclair

414 Saint-Sulpice, Montréal, QC H2Y 2V5, Canada

If the cobblestoned streets of Old Montreal are calling you, Sinclair is worth looking into. The St-Sulpice Hotel’s restaurant has two rooms that couples can choose between for a classed-up affair, the larger of which can seat up to 80. The terrasse also opens up to a gorgeous garden in the summer.

414 Saint-Sulpice, Montréal
QC H2Y 2V5, Canada

8. Sucrerie de la Montagne

300 Chemin Saint-Georges, Rigaud, QC J0P 1P0, Canada

For an outside-the-box (and outside the city) option, popular Rigaud sugar shack Sucrerie de la Montagne puts on a wedding that’s about as rustic as possible without actually taking place in a forest (which is actually an option here, for those interested in exchanging vows amid the maple trees). With hearty Québécois plates, there’s also zero threat of guests leaving hungry from here.

300 Chemin Saint-Georges, Rigaud
QC J0P 1P0, Canada

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