Cobble-stoned Old Montreal is a prime destination for out-of-towners — and as a result home to its share of disappointing touristy spots. But the neighbourhood’s centuries-old buildings are also the backdrop to a number of Montreal’s top fine dining destination, run by some of the city’s most venerable chefs and popular young guns, too. Scattered among them are more casual options, largely catering to the area’s slowly returning office set. Together, the restaurants on this map make up a dining scene that even the most hesitant local should consider braving the crowds for.
This map stretches the boundaries of Old Montreal to include Cité du Multimédia to the west. Restaurants in the area bounded by Robert-Bourassa to the west, Saint-Antoine to the north, the St-Lawrence river to the south, and Berri to the east were all considered.Read More