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St Denis has tons of restaurant and bars, cafes and flavourful places and of course your regular chains. During summer, I would suggest you to enter in any of the more local restaurants and seat outside. Many are well-known for a happy hours before you...More
Great atmosphere and perfect street for walking around and taking in the more quirky side of Montreal. I was there during the weekend day and there were lots of people and various activities on the street (games, etc). It has many different types of restaurants...More
When we pulled in at night we thought this was a great area - and it is at night. In the daytime it's really just mediocre restaurants, one after the other. In the daytime it is quiet. It is very near the University and an...More
This street has it all. Restaurants- Tomato La Boîte à Pizza has the best pizza I've ever tasted. Went there three times the week we were ther in summer '17. Beauty supplies, clothing, kitchen needs, shoes... everything, along this beautiful, breezy street.
Go native in Plateau Mont-Royal, where bespoke shopping, hip eateries, and wacky paint jobs attract locals and transplants alike, making it one of the city's most diverse and distinctly authentic experiences. A creative hub, Montreal's artistic elite pack the cafes along Rue Saint-Denis, where young painters and fashion designers draw inspiration from the playful murals and stately Victorian homes that
dot the Plateau's side streets. Not a major sightseeing destination, a visit to Plateau Mont-Royal allows you to enjoy a local perspective, soaking in indie films, latte art, contemporary galleries, and the city's best bagels. A center of polyglot culture, Québécois accents mingle with shades of Portuguese, Greek, and Hebrew in the area's iconic Mile End district, where restaurants straddle chic designer boutiques, serving up chorizo and caldo verde. Friendliest to those on foot, it's a jungle of colorful awnings and sidewalk umbrellas, pedestrian walks and luxury shopping.
Both are just outside the Down town core. The St. Denis is closest to the Gay Village. As for reputation I cannot add any more that Tripadvisor. The Faubourg is further south and west of the St. Denis. Yet, within a short... More
Both are just outside the Down town core. The St. Denis is closest to the Gay Village. As for reputation I cannot add any more that Tripadvisor. The Faubourg is further south and west of the St. Denis. Yet, within a short walking distance. The St. Denis is closest to fine eateries in the Village and quicker access to out Metro system. I trust this is helpful.