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8 patios you need to check out in the Plateau

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8 patios you need to check out in the Plateau

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DH Montreal Staff May 19, 2017 10:15 am 349

Now that summer has arrived, it’s time to start eating every meal possible outdoors. To make this dream a reality, we’ve compiled a list of 8 terrasses to check out in the Plateau.

Whether you’re craving cheese fondue, Tex-Mex, or southern bbq, we guarantee there’s a restaurant patio waiting for you!

Check out 8 patios to dine at in the Plateau.

La Raclette

Specializing in Swiss raclette and cheese fondue, La Raclette is a BYOB restaurant that also happens to have a pretty great terrasse. Sit outdoors among the hedges and take in the cute neighbourhood around you as you get your fill of cheese and bread!
Where: 1059 Rue Gilford

Terrasse Lafayette

As if Terrasse Lafayette (which is also BYOB) could get any better, come the summer months a quaint terrasse that wraps around the corner of Jeanne-Mance and Villeneuve opens to the public! Serving up everything from poutine and burgers to their specialty Greek dishes, this is a great spot to dine with friends on a summer night.
Where: 250 Rue Villeneuve O

Icehouse

The patio at this small Tex-Mex eatery in the Plateau might be small, but it’s still pretty damn great. Sit back, relax, and enjoy a bucket of fried chicken with your friends while sipping on a cold beer only steps from bustling Saint-Laurent.
Where: 51 Rue Roy E

Le Reservoir

International tapas, microbrewed beer, and a rooftop terrasse are just a few of the perks of Le Reservoir. This hipster bar in the Plateau is a great spot to go for a small bite to eat and some beer. Its industrial vibe and prime location just off of Saint-Laurent make it the perfect spot to visit on a Friday night.
Where: 9 Avenue Duluth E

Cafe Santropol

Tucked away on St Urban St is Cafe Santropol, a Plateau institution. There’s simply no better way to spend an afternoon than relaxing on Cafe Santropol’s large backyard patio with a mile-high sandwich in hand.
Where: 3990 St Urbain St

Les Deux Gamins

Off the cobblestone paths of Prince Arthur you’ll find Les Deux Gamins. This French bistro is the perfect spot for a romantic night out. Sit beneath the twinkling streetlights and enjoy everything from duck confit to creme brulee.
Where: 170 Rue Prince Arthur E

Diablos BBQ Smokehouse Saloon

Take in the sights and sounds of bustling Saint-Laurent while indulging in some top-notch southern BBQ. Diablos BBQ Smokehouse Saloon is the perfect spot to sip on a colourful cocktail under the sun thanks to their modest, yet lovely terrasse.
Where: 3619 Boulevard Saint-Laurent

Tokyo Bar

Popular with Montreal’s student population, Tokyo Bar, while known for its specialty clubbing nights, also has a pretty great rooftop terrasse to enjoy in the summer. Open from May until October, Tokyo Bar is located right on Saint-Laurent (perfect for club-hopping afterwards).
Where: 3709 Rue Saint Laurent

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