Where to eat on a terrace during MTLàTABLE

Laure Juilliard

Laure Juilliard has been written for over 10 years. She specializes in lifestyle, tourism, travel and food, she writes as much for the media as for companies, agencies, freelancers or associations. Always in search of innovative concepts and good addresses, she is also constantly preparing her next trip.

We have selected some of the best terraces for outdoor dining during MTLàTABLE. Whether you want a bird's eye view, to ensconce yourself in an intimate garden or people-watch discreetly (or not), we have the terrace for you. 

Old Port and Old Montréal

 

Terrasse Perché

Nestled on the 4th floor of Hotel William Gray, this urban oasis is an inviting space where you can enjoy a refreshing menu (think poké, guacamole, watermelon salad or fish tacos) with a prime view of Place Jacques-Cartier.

 

Boris Bistro

Savour an entirely gluten-free menu accompanied by a glass of organic winen on a delightful intimate terrace, set between historic buildings and shaded by trees and parasols in Old Montréal.

 

Vieux-Port Steakhouse

Established more than 30 years ago in a superb century-old building, this Old Montréal institution features cuts of AAA certified aged Canadian beef to devour on a sublimely verdant terrace. To top it off, it has a stunning view of bustling rue Saint-Paul.

Downtown

 

Renoir

A well-kept secret in the city center, this French restaurant at the Sofitel hotel boasts a lovely and pleasant terrace where you can savour the refined cuisine of chef Olivier Perret.

 

Labo culinaire - Foodlab

Hidden on the roof of the Société des arts technologiques, on the same floor as the Satosphere dome, this incredible terrace overlooking the city center offers innovative, delicious, and environmentally responsible cuisine in line with the “farm to table” philosophy.

Quartiers du Canal and Pôle des Rapides

 

Restaurant Le Richmond

The restaurant in which "to see and be seen". Set in a sumptuous 19th century building, this trendy restaurant offers northern Italian cuisine on its magnificent 3-season terrace decorated with accents from Piedmont, Veneto and Emilia-Romagna.

Plateau-Mont-Royal and Mile-End

 

Joséphine

This very pretty Plateau restaurant features seasonal cuisine that gives pride of place to fish and seafood. The result: small classic dishes combined with different flavours of the world that you can enjoy on the terrace, with a view of the passers-by on rue Saint-Denis.

 

Caribou gourmand

In the heart of the Mile-End, sample comforting cuisine (Québec tomato gazpacho, Québec duck drumsticks glazed with maple, elk burgers, etc.) on the welcoming terrace of this Franco-Québec bistro.

Mont Royal, Outremont and Westmount

 

Fiorellino (Laurier)

This sublime restaurant, decorated by renowned designer Jean-Guy Chabauty, serves Neapolitan pizzas, pasta, antipasti, meat, and fish. On the terrace, you will have plenty of time to watch the beautiful people of Mile-End and Outremont strolling by.

Hochelaga-Maisonneuve and Rosemont - La Petite-Patrie

 

Rose Ross

Located on the Promenade Masson, this friendly neighborhood restaurant concocts comforting and sophisticated market cuisine. Pique your culinary curiosity with flagship products of Québec, chosen and prepared according to the season while dining on the terrace in the heart of a lively family-friendly neighbourhood.

Laure Juilliard

Laure Juilliard has been written for over 10 years. She specializes in lifestyle, tourism, travel and food, she writes as much for the media as for companies, agencies, freelancers or associations. Always in search of innovative concepts and good addresses, she is also constantly preparing her next trip.

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