Visionary chef Marcus Samuelsson takes the traditional brasserie in exciting new directions. With an expansive third-floor terrace, this is Montreal’s hottest new destination to dine, drink and connect – from power breakfasts through to late-night cocktails.
Located in the heart of Downtown Montreal on Crescent street, Wienstein & Gavino's is a Montreal icon with buzzing energy 7 days of the week. With three levels, it offers everything from a unique open kitchen with a large outdoor terrace to a fabulous bar.Wienstein & Gavino's satisfies all tastes, serving pizza from a spectacular oven, homemade fresh pasta and other Italian favourites while maintaining a rustic Mediterranean atmosphere.
***A Winter Terrace above it all***As soon as you step outside, you’ll be treated to a breathtaking view of Place Jacques-Cartier, the St. Lawrence River and the glittering Montreal Ferris Wheel. With its six domes seating four to eight people, Terrasse William Gray offers a chic, warm and unique atmosphere.
The Keg Steakhouse + Bar serves the finest cuts of succulent steak, aged for tenderness and grilled to perfection. Prime rib is a Keg specialty, slow roasted, hand carved and perfectly seasoned with special Keg spices. The restaurant also serves delicious seafood, memorable appetizers, crisp salads and decadent desserts. A casual ambiance and friendly, very knowledgeable staff are proud and reliable trademarks of The Keg Steakhouse + Bar. You'll find a truly comfortable and satisfying dining atmosphere accompanied by a fun and up-scale bar setting where guests can enjoy an excellent wine list, signature Keg martinis, and fresh squeezed juice cocktails.
Da Emma is a hidden Italian gem located right in downtown Montreal. Since the restaurant itself is located below street level, many people pass by this little trattoria every day without realizing it. The only sign for it is painted on a nearby brick wall in black and white and consists entirely of a downward pointing arrow and the word "Emma". It is because it is a little hard to find that diners feel like they are in on a secret not everyone knows about.Inside, Da Emma goes with a sleek and modern style complete with dark wood tones and white tablecloths. The menu consists of both classic and modern Italian plates. Some of the intricate plates that the kitchen puts out include fettucini with porcini mushroom and truffle, veal breast in rosemary sauce, four cheese tortellini in alfredo sauce and house made meatballs in marinara.
In 1993, Toqué! opened featuring local produce: a showcase for Quebec's terroir and its suppliers. The ongoing contributions of these artisans is no less important today. We have them to thank for foie gras de canard or salicornia; lamb of heirloom vegetables; seafood or fine herbs. These tireless farmers, foragers and fishermen inspire Toqué!'s cuisine, on which they bestow tastes, textures and natural aromas and unparalleled freshness.
It's on the historic site of New City Gas that a variety of chefs, artisans and artists have chosen to combine their talents to create Bazart. Specializing in mezzes and charcoal grilled dishes, our menu features local produce and handmade dishes in a typically Mediterranean atmosphere.During the winter season, our culinary experience has moved indoors for an equally warm trip.Bazart is ages 18+ | We do not allow minors in our restaurant or bar.
Located in Old Montreal, Brasserie 701 is inspired by the great Parisian brasseries, offering French classics in a chic setting with neoclassical architecture. Come taste our brunch, lunch and dinner or simply for happy hour!