- Restaurant on site
- Cooperatives and non-profit organizations
If there’s a trend happening, chances are you’ll spot it on Saint-Denis Street first. No matter where you wander along this busy cultural-commercial-residential artery, you’re sure to come across something to see, hear, do and enjoy.
A stroll along this upscale street reveals a multitude of charming boutiques, whose pretty windows beckon with creations from Québec’s renowned fashion designers, beautiful and exclusive wares for the home as well as treasures in music and literature.
Adding to the lively ambiance of the street are a wealth of cafés and restaurants, whose sidewalk terraces fill up with patrons who revel in the food, sun and scenery come warmer weather.
Saint Denis Street is a popular destination for Montréal francophone culture. From art galleries to bookstores to performance venues such as the Centre du Théâtre d'Aujourd'hui and the Théâtre du Rideau Vert, this strip offers a wealth of cultural experiences.
Saint-Denis Street may be on the cutting edge of hip, but its heritage charm cannot be understated. Stately 19th century stone townhouses with winding, wrought-iron staircases and adornments such as parapets and cornices provide the perfect backdrop to this neighbourhood’s bohemian vibe.
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