Comfort Suites Downtown
1214 Crescent St.
Montreal, QC H3G 2A9
Phone: (514) 878-2711
Fax: (514) 878-0030
Trattoria Trestevere, popular Italian throwback is as warm, cozy and unpretentious as they come; which is to say that it is totally out of place on trendy Rue Crescent. Eschewing the glitter of surrounding restaurants and nightclubs, the kitchen and staff here focus on Italian comfort food in traditional surroundings. The all-Italian wine list is a bargain.
This pub is the real thing: there is Irish food, music and live entertainment on tap seven days a week. The ambiance is a heady mix of music, dance, conversation, hospitality and good old-fashioned fun. Warm, friendly service completes the experience. There is nightly entertainment ranging from traditional Irish music to dance to poetry readings. Customers can get in on the act by learning traditional dance steps, or by taking part in tailgate parties. In the summer, the fun spills out onto the large terrace.
A treat for the eyes and the palate, Mango Bay is an exciting little restaurant packed with a lively ambiance and delicious Caribbean dishes. Affordable and centrally located, Mango Bay is a very popular lunch and dinner spot for tourists and locals alike
Aside from perhaps the Beaver Club, this Bishop Street institution hosts the most established power scene in the city, the tastefully decorated interior has seen some of Montreal's best known faces. Despite this, the overall effect suggests relaxed sophistication more than an old boys' club. The Provençale cuisine, under the direction of Jacques Muller, is unabashedly carnivorous, hearty and expensive: the Pescadou, a traditional French seafood soup, is an oft-mentioned specialty.
This restaurant in the heart of Montreal's bar district has spent almost 40 years building its fine reputation. Considered one of the most elegant Italian establishments in the city, its inviting décor features mahogany staircases, high ceilings and working fireplaces. Specialties include all the Italian favorites from carpaccios and risottos to tender osso buco. Desserts are excellent, as is the all-Italian wine list.
Located on the corner of Sainte-Catherine & Crescent lies this establishment, which is an amalgamation of micro-brewery & restaurant. The atmosphere is such that this place can be enjoyed as much for its after-work drink value as for a meal with the entire family. Open every day of the week, this establishment is one with a passion for beer, & their master brewers are always experimenting, so don't forget to ask for the beers on tap when you drop by. On weekdays, Happy Hour is from 5p to 7p, a great opportunity to sample their famous Blonde & Amber brews.
It seems like Thursday's has been here forever, spreading its cheer to several generations of bar goers, especially younger businessmen. This is an excellent place to jump-start an evening of prolonged partying. Service is friendly and the food is good pub grub. For those settling in for the evening, there are pool tables as well as a small balcony terrace facing Rue Crescent. Or you can enjoy yourself on the small dance floor, with old-fashioned and not too strenuous rock and roll.
This restaurant is smack-dab in the middle of the Montreal bar scene, and the perfect place to be noticed. The atmosphere is warm and cozy. Service is friendly and efficient. The breakfast menu has a large selection including omelets, bagels, pancakes, and all your favorite breakfast dishes. The main menu has many diverse Italian entrees including Gnocchi al gorgonzola, Penne Romanoff and Margherita Pizza. Check out both menus and Pino's wine list on their website.
Created under the watchful eye of F-1 race driver Jacques Villeneuve, Newtown is everything you need to spend a couple of hours relaxing and having a good time. This tri-level club offers visitors' variety; with a club, a restaurant, lounge and a nice terrace patio overlooking the area. If you are looking for a quiet meal, head down to the restaurant that serves some authentic French cuisine with great decor and a lovely ambiance. At the lounge you can guzzle down some well-mixed cocktails while you listen to some soothing music and those who prefer the quite can gaze at the night sky from the terrace. Those looking for a partying scene can hit the club which is pulsating and buzzing with fantastic music and groovy lights. Hours vary at each of the sections of this multi-dimensional place.
This quaint little restaurant in downtown has a larger fan-following than you could imagine. Minimalist yet modern decor with mirrors and wood-paneled hallways are just another feather in the hat for this culinary castle. The food is top notch and is a gastronomical feast for those well-trained taste-buds. French food, modern interiors and an ambiance that is exemplaire is what sets Rosalie Restaurant a class apart.
Notable for its decor, service and top-notch kitchen, this steakhouse, only a block from the Bell Centre, is opulence itself. The setting reveals a turn of the century stable and wine cellar with a summertime terrace. The specialty is, of course, steak, including their renowned rib eye (Delmonico cut), but the menu also features veal, fresh fish and lobster. The wine list is excellent, with both lower and higher-end labels.
This high-end bistro is set in a beautifully designed Victorian Mansion, and features the cuisine of chef and owner Jerome Ferrer. The a la carte menu includes selections like braised Kamouraska lamb shank served with Aligot-style mashed potatoes, herb sauce and crispy carrots; slowly braised veal cheeks served with fondant potatoes and parsnip puree; and giant roasted scallops The restaurant has a good wine selection.