Addresses worth getting to know near Hôtel Le Germain Montréal.
Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal (MAC)
Standing proudly at the centre of the brand new Quartier des spectacles, just steps from Hôtel Le Germain Montréal, Musée d’art contemporain is a real treat for all contemporary art buffs. Don’t miss this fall’s multimedia exhibit by Brooklyn artist Janet Biggs.
185, rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest – macm.org
A new arrival on rue McGill, the Helena restaurant specializes in Portuguese cuisine as you’ve never tasted it before, shaped by the feminine touch of chef Helena Loureiro. Take a seat in the sun-drenched dining room and try the asparagus salad with a grilled seafood platter to share.
438, rue McGill – restauranthelena.com
Espace Pepin: For the man or woman in your life, and your home, Espace Pepin in Old Montréal is a treasure trove of one-offs.
350, rue Saint-Paul Ouest – pepinart.com
With a gorgeous design by Bruno Braën, a peerless list of wines by the glass, and exquisite bites to share, Pullman is the place to go for late after-work drinks downtown and to rub shoulders with Montréal’s most dynamic business crowd.
3424, avenue du Parc – pullman-mtl.com
Mount Royal looks down over the city, an outdoor playground for young and old. The surroundings are inviting all day long, whether it’s for an early-morning jog or a spectacular sunset.
Burger Bar Crescent
Feel like a burger? See you at Burger Bar for a whole new take on burgers, just a ten-minute walk from Hôtel Le Germain Montréal.
1465, rue Crescent – burgerbarcrescent.com
Le Marché Atwater
Foodies and strollers head for Atwater Market to meet dozens of local food artisans.
138, avenue Atwater – marchespublics-mtl.com/Atwater
The latest addition to the chicest of streets—McGill, in Old Montréal, Hambar is the destination par excellence for deli meat aficionados. Choose from dozens of hams and charcuteries in friendly, laid-back surroundings.
355, rue McGill – hambar.ca
by Clarah Germain