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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.
Terrasse Place D'armes is a terrace lounge, located at Place D'Armes Hotel's rooftop. It features a serene setting to drop in for few drinks post work, or a quick bite during lunch time. The open-air lounge is partly covered, to give an uninterrupted experience during rains or a sunny days. The specialty of the roof top lounge is their Raspberry Mojito. Enjoy your drinks with a beautiful view of downtown Montreal city.
The fifth floor of Hotel Nelligan is unique; it provides some views of the Old Montreal area that cannot be accessed from anywhere else. From this rooftop restaurant & bar one can easily view the architectural details of the Notre-Dame Basilica as well as get some fantastic angles of the St Lawrence River & the Old Port. Of the many cocktails you can sip on here, the most famous is the white sangria. You can also enjoy a range of smoothies, alcoholic as well as without alcohol. Terrasse Nelligan specializes in meat & fish tailor-made for you on the outdoor grill. The restaurant takes reservations only upto 3p, so make sure you get there well in advance for dinner.
Chic and classy, L'Abreuvoir pub is your answer to a chilled out place, where you can relax with your friends and colleagues. Offering choicest variety of liquors and wines, this venue can accommodate a decent crowd and is mainly overcrowded on weekends. The best thing about this place is that it features a terrace that offers a stunning view of the surrounding area. This pub serves some delectable snacks like Chicken Wings and Pizza, apart from exotic cocktails. You can watch your favorite matches on the seven television screens indoors or listen to some awesome live music played by the bands. There are plenty of events happening here at all times, so join in the fun! Whether you're the one to relax and enjoy your beer or the kind to shake it up to the DJ beats, L'Abreuvoir caters to both kinds of audiences.
Located in a huge hall on the second floor of a nondescript building on The Main, this isn't so much a restaurant as a gathering spot for Montreal's Spanish community. As you'd expect, the food is authentic and the atmosphere lively. Dishes include anchovies in vinaigrette, Spanish Omelette, fried calamari, mussels in tomato sauce and Paella Valenciana. Service is exceptional and prompt. Dinner for two, excluding wine or tip, comes to around CAD40. Only cash is accepted.