Old Montreal just got a tad classier as a new, stone-walled, gastro-pub has opened up in the city’s most storied area, giving Montrealers and tourists a tasty option to break, just in time for all the spring and summertime foot traffic.
You know, in case you need a quick pit stop.
Like their sister locations, Burgundy Lion, Bishop & Bagg, and Brit & Chips, Wolf & Workman shares the same high-end pub cuisine (along with the classy “&” in their names).
Besides offering a tasty and modernized take on classic English meals, Wolf & Workman focuses primarily on local products.
“We use local spirits as the base of all of our cocktails,” says co-owner Sean-Michael McCaffrey. “Our extensive list of micro brews, both on draft and in bottles, helps flaunt Quebec-made products much to the delight of locals and tourists alike. Our food menu changes seasonally and we use local farmers to showcase the amazing Quebec terroir.”
Originally built in the 1830s, the authentic, cozy, pub seats over 100 patrons in the main bar and dining area and features a 55-seat courtyard for guests itching for a whiff (and a pint) of Old Montreal.
Located smack in the middle of historic rue Saint-Paul, it seems like Wolf & Workman won’t have any trouble contributing to Old Montreal’s vibrant, and constantly growing restaurant scene.
Where: 139 rue Saint-Paul Ouest
Hours: 11:30 am – 1 am (Sunday – Wednesday), 11:30 am – 2 am (Thursday – Saturday)