It’s high time to soak up the sunshine and the best views Montreal has to offer.
These patios serve up cold drinks and al fresco dining that soar high above the rest! Here are the best rooftop terraces in Montreal.
This rooftop oasis, perched atop Hôtel Place d’Armes, offers sweeping views of downtown and Old Montreal. The partially cover patio is open rain or shine and known to host soirées on hot summer nights.
Address: 59 Saint-Jacques
Offer panoramic views of the Old Port on one side and St. Paul Street on the other, this rooftop hotspot is an ideal destination to watch the sunset while enjoying cocktails (or bottle service) and a “terrace-friendly” menu from Chef Jean-Philippe Tees.
Address: L’Auberge du Vieux-Port
Whether enjoying brunch or just bevies, this terrace offers Instagram-worthy views amongst Montreal’s rooftops.
Address: 106 Saint-Paul St W, Montreal
Located in the heart of downtown Montreal, this rooftop hideaway at the Renaissance Hotel offers great views of the shopping and financial districts. Complete with funky decor and a snack-bar menu, Terrasse Air is an ideal destination for your next cinq-a-sept.
Where: 1250 Boulevard Robert-Bourassa
The most recent location of the popular Les Enfants Terribles franchise has an appealing attraction: its panoramic terrace. Located on the top floor of Place Ville-Marie, the restaurant offers an ultra busy terrace that provides unobstructed views of the city. Open for brunch, lunch and dinner, you can enjoy a nice meal and a great view if you’re lucky enough to snag a table outside.
Address: 1, Place Ville-Marie
DJs, boozy brunches, and endless nights are among the top attractions at this popular patio located in the Old Port. Incredible views of the Saint-Laurent River is the cherry on top!
Address: 364 Rue de la Commune East
This elevated brasserie offers views of bustling Crescent Street below. Claim a table on the top floor to soak up the sunshine along with a menu from Chef Jean-Philippe Matheussen.
Address: 1449 Crescent Street
Located in the backyard of Hotel10, on top of Boulevard 44 Nightclub, this serene rooftop terrace offers great views of The Main as well as a menu of drinks and shared plates in this oasis far away from the downtown scene.
Address: 10, Sherbrooke St. W
Crowning this luxury hotel located on Place Jacques-Cartier in Old Montreal this rooftop terrace boasts unobstructed views of the St. Lawrence River and Montreal’s Ferris wheel. Go for the views and stay for brunch, lunch, dinner, or drinks.
Address: 421, Saint-Vincent
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