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170 Prince Arthur | Rue St-Denis, Montreal, Quebec H2X 1B7, Canada
Plateau Mont-Royal
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All reviewsmont royalnice neighborhoodparc la fontainerue saint denisnice parkslots of food optionsprince arthurmile endstreet artbagelswonderful areainteresting shopsshops and restaurantsfew blocksgreat architecturepoutinenice walk
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Reviewed yesterday

Let's be honest it's not what it used to be but still a special street to visit for its bars terrasse theatres restaurants and other attractions of Montreal francophone community

Thank faustino j
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is an area of the city where locals live and play . Very diversive and variety of foods is endless , local shops with local flair . Had great bagel breakfast at Bagel Cafe and smoked beef at Shwartzes . We enjoyed mixing with...More

2  Thank Machet
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A nice trendy neighborhood, lots of vibrancy, lots to see and take in, good shops, restaurants, and places to drink and shop too. Mostly locals, not so many tourists. I enjoyed seeing this part of the city very much. Well worth checking out

1  Thank finesilver
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This area is trendy (as an American, it reminded me of Williamsburg Brooklyn) and features an impressive array of ethnic cuisine options. I was surprised by all of the homeless people in this area-it made some sections of the neighborhood feel less welcoming. Not a...More

Thank LW8415
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Lots of interesting shops and architecture. We spent a few hours here and really enjoyed the clean safe neighborhood.

Thank Brian D
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Oldest trendy neighborhood. Tons of streets are worth checking out St-Denis. St-Laurent. Mont-royal Duluth. If visiting Montreal , you must check this area out.

1  Thank RTrivia
Reviewed 25 May 2018

The plateau is simply the best neighborhood in Montreal. The street art, variety of shops, clubs and bars, everything is great and fun.

Thank Amélie H
Reviewed 9 May 2018

I find my way up here every four years or so, and what was once a nice yet working-class area has changed dramatically to a trendy, posh, hipster neighborhood. Nice old homes, good restaurants and a lively nightlife make Mont-Royal a nice destination for an...More

1  Thank MKB1701
Reviewed 2 May 2018

Houses had amazing, steep wrought iron steps going into them. Never saw anything like it. Neighborhood where people live and some nice shops, Worth a visit.

Thank goldiept
Reviewed 28 April 2018

After getting a bite to eat, we wandered around the cute neighborhood and admired the colors and the architecture. Row houses stacked one against the other. Some drab, some well decorated. Each "door" has it's own staircase. Everyone must feel like they have a private...More

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We used Uber as well. We asked the driver to stay while we took our photo op and then we headed back!
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