A gorgeous new pub from the Burgundy Lion Group has opened in Old Montreal

May 9 2019, 10:00 pm

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).

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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.”

Pub Wolf & Workman

Old Montreal


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.

Old Montreal

Pub Wolf & Workman

Pub Wolf & Workman

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.

Pub Wolf & Workman

Where: 139 rue Saint-Paul Ouest
Hours: 11:30 am – 1 am (Sunday – Wednesday), 11:30 am – 2 am (Thursday – Saturday)

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