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Maple Delights is a charming spot and a must visit if in Old Montreal. This sweet bistro and museum is a wonderful way to discover this national pride. At the bistro you can relish delish baked goodies, gelatos, candies, waffles, milkshakes, coffees and sorbets, all with the goodness of maple syrup and sugar in them. Check out their small museum that gives an insight of how the sap is collected. You can also taste the products made from maple that highlight its unique quality.
Terrasse sur l'Auberge is an airy roof top lounge close to the city's bustling port. Drop in to experience the spectacular 360 degree views from the lounge, while you enjoy your drinks. As the lounge can accommodate up to hundred people, it is an ideal place for group parties and gatherings. On special occasions like the International Fireworks Competition, the view from the roof top lounge is breathtaking. Stop by to enjoy live music played by the DJ at the lounge.
Warm ambiance, friendly staff and of course, great food makes Vieux-Port Steakhouse a must-visit for those who love Steak. An Old Montreal favorite, the restaurant is popular with tourists and locals alike. Whether you're looking for the perfect place for a business lunch or a nice place for a special Sunday brunch, Vieux-Port Steakhouse has plenty of dining options. Their Sunday Buffets serve a sumptuous array of dishes, while the Lunch menu is a great value for money option on week days. Items to try on their menu include the Fillet Mignon, Osso Bucco, and Grilled Salmon Fillet. Accompanied by a classic glass of wine or a perfectly prepared dry Martini, it makes for a wonderful meal. On pleasant summer evenings enjoy dining Alfresco on their lovely stone terrace, perfect for larger groups.
For a warm, sociable and friendly ambiance, stop by Creperie Chez Suzette. Whether you're looking for a more urban cafe experience, an intimate meal or a brunch out with the family, spread out over two levels; Creperie Chez Suzette effortlessly combines all three. With a charming view over the Old Town, the location is only one of the factors that draw tourists and locals to this family-style restaurant. Serving up a mouth-watering selection of sweet and savory crepes, wonderful fondues and fresh salads and hearty warming soups it's a great place to check out a local speciality.
For a nice evening of delicious Mediterranean cuisine head down to Modavie. Housed in a prime location, enter this cozy restaurant which is complete with wooden furnishings and tables set close to each other. The bar is large and stacked with bottles of wine, single-malt scotches and assorted wines. The entire space is neat, illuminated by the tiny overhead lights and has a welcoming ambiance thanks to the flowers in almost every corner of the room. The food is also a big hit, with lamb being a major favorite here and bison or tiger shrimp in Grand Marnier sauce being other specialties. With live jazz concerts featured six nights a week, you can be assured of an entertaining gastronomic affair.