A whole day of terrace hopping in Quartier des spectacles

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Montreal centre-ville

Terrasse Quar

Events, festivals, artistic installations, screenings… Quartier des Spectacles is known as the cultural heart of the city and is always hosting full of activities throughout the year. Since the beginning of the pandemic, the streets have been turned into a playground where many families were able to have fun and explore different worlds of culture while respecting social distancing. This is a place where one can easily get lost for a full day, in case of course, they have plenty of food options to enjoy, preferably under the sun.

That’s why we pinned down 5 terraces in Quartier des Spectacles that will satisfy all of your envies, from breakfast eggs, to late-night ice cream.

Breakfast

Universel

The best way to kick start your morning! Starting at 8 am, every day of the week, you can sit on Universel‘s terrace to enjoy a delicious full breakfast. Whether you fancy a more complex plate or a traditional plate of bacon & eggs, this restaurant is sure to fill up all of your morning cravings before you go out to explore the city.

359 Sainte-Catherine Street W

Universel
Universel
Universel

Lunch

Pizzeria no.900

Pizzeria no.900 is an artisanal chain of Neapolitan pizza prepared according to the rules of the art and cooked in 90 seconds. The pizza choices are inspired by Italy and adapted to the Quebec palate in addition to being prepared with as many local ingredients as possible. Their central terrace in Quartier des spectacles is the ideal place for a quick lunch between two activities.

280 Sainte-Catherine Street W

Pizzeria 900
Pizzeria 900
Pizzeria 900

Happy Hour

Sésame

For a refreshing happy hour in the heart of the action after a long day filled with activities, head to Sésame’s terrace. On Wednesdays, wines and sakes are half price and On Thursdays, all cocktails, signed by mixologist Lawrence Picard, are at a reduced price. Complement your happy hour experience by adding Sea Salt Lime Edamame or another delicious appetizer to your order.

305 Sainte-Catherine Street W

Sesame
Sesame
Sesame

Diner

Kamúy

After cultural exploration, culinary exploration. For dinner, we suggest Kamúy, Paul Toussaint’s new pan-Caribbean restaurant. Kamúy, which means sun in Taino, combines the flavors, spices and colorful creations of Caribbean food with gourmet French cuisine. It is a community concept, created by the people, for the people, celebrating all the goodness the islands have to offer. It’s the perfect place to end your day in a festive atmosphere.

1485 Jeanne-Mance Street

Kamúy
Kamúy
Kamúy

Dessert

Chocolats Favoris

No need to be hungry to make one last stop at Chocolats Favoris. Take advantage of their summer menu to end the evening with a frozen dessert in hand. Do not miss: the ice cream kooky cookie, the homemade sorbets and the 12 flavors of real chocolate in which you can dip your ice cream cone. The biggest challenge: to pin down one item from their long list of guilty pleasures.

150 Sainte-Catherine Street W

Chocolats Favoris
Chocolats Favoris
Chocolats Favoris

With the support of Ville-Marie borough