4 MTL Terraces To See And Be Seen

Jun 11, 2015
Terrasses Bonsecours - photo credit: montrealguestlist.com
What's the single best thing to do in the summertime in Montreal? I'd say unwinding on a terrace with friends while sipping cocktails. With the warmer days upon us, I thought I'd share with you four of my favourite spots to see and be seen this summer. Located in 4 different neighbourhoods, they offer a unique perspective on our vibrant city. Here they are...

A large industrial venue with an energetic and trendy vibe
Address: 950, Rue Ottawa
Popular drinkKhaleesi cocktail, a refreshing cocktail made with Absolut Berry
What to eat: Tacos & ceviche from their Matador pop-up kitchen

Le Balcon - Le Newtown
An elegant roofttop terrace with a classy atmosphere in one of the city's hottest spot
Neighbourhood: Golden Square Mile
Address: 1476, Rue Crescent, Montreal
Signature drink: The mojito bar offers six variations of the summery cocktail, including a delicious raspberry one
What to eat: Ceviche, try the scallop or salmon ones

Here I am with fellow blogger Anna from Working Chix
A garden chic terrace on four levels with a breathtaking view of Old Montreal and the St. Lawrence River
Neighbourhood: Old-Port
Address: 364, Rue de la Commune Est
Signature drink: A wide selection of sangrias, try the blue one made with white wine, hypnotic, curaƧao and pineapple juice
What to eat: BBQ tapas and tartares during cocktail hours, you can also try their boozy brunch every Sunday

Photo credit: montrealguestlist.com

Neighbourhood: St-Henri
Address: 3734 rue Notre-Dame
An intimate terrace offering an East Coast inspired menu and a laid-back ambiance
Signature drinks: Henri's Vineyard and The Limonade, both made with Ungava Premium Dry Gin
What to eat: The lobster rolls are a must!

Photo credit: George Alexandar, Hastag Media

Hope to see you around soon!

Catherine xo

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