During normal times, the historical neighbourhood of Old Montreal is a prime destination for tourists. These days, out-of-town visitors are few, and so are the neighbourhood’s office workers, but it remains a veritable mecca for fine dining at establishments run by some of the city’s most prized chefs, and popular young guns, too.
This map stretches the boundaries of Old Montreal to include the ambiguous Cité-du-Multimédia section. Restaurants in the area bounded by Robert-Bourassa to the west, Viger to the north, the St. Lawrence river to the south, and Berri to the east were all considered.
Note: Several notable Old Montreal restaurants, such Toqué, Stash Café, and newcomer 212 are still on hiatus following the province’s ban on indoor dining during the pandemic. When they reopen, they are also worth your visit.Read More