An inclusive neighborhood in Montreal, the Village is no less than 255 businesses located on Sainte-Catherine Street East between Berri and Cartier, and on Atateken Street between René-Lévesque East and Robin.
Every year, this world-renowned 2SLGBTQ+ district attracts over 2 million visitors!
All summer long, this part of Sainte-Catherine Street becomes pedestrianized, with tables, benches and swings to make the most of the atmosphere. In August, the neighborhood comes alive with Montreal's iconic Pride celebration.
Here are our must-visit places to eat and/or drink!
1333 Rue Ste-Catherine E, Montréal, H2L 2H4
Renowned for their great atmosphere, diverse cocktails and varied menu, it's no wonder Le Saloon has been an iconic Village spot for 30 years. Many specials during 5 à 7s, so keep an eye on their social media to find out more.
1487 Rue Saint-Catherine E, Montréal, H2L 2H9
Restaurant Palme offers fragrant, hearty and unpretentious dishes from the Caribbean. You'll find Jamaican and Haitian classics on colorful, mouth-watering plates. The exotic decor will bring warmth to your day!
1603 Rue Ontario E, Montréal, H2L 1S6
This Oriental-style neighborhood bar is the perfect place to get together with friends over cocktails and comfort food. The menu is entirely inspired by Asian cuisine, with a creative twist that reinvents some of the classics. The Tao general poutine is an excellent choice!
1641 Rue Atateken, Montréal, H2L 3L4
A wine bar specializing in imported organic and natural bottles, it also serves excellent cocktails. Don't be surprised to see the bar lights change according to the mood and time of day! Perfect for aperitifs, there are boards and dishes to share with your friends!
1201 Boulevard de Maisonneuve E., Montréal, H2L 2A1
The Red Tiger is a Vietnamese pub that offers a casual experience with Vietnamese street food. The menu is designed so that you can share dishes to sample all the delicious options on offer. Pair your meal with a creative, thirst-quenching cocktail for an even more perfect meal.
1237 Rue Atateken, Montréal, H2L 3K9
Warm brasserie with exposed brick walls and dark wood, serving burgers, grills and cocktails. Featuring a wood-fired oven, it makes all the difference in the taste of grilled meats. If you like oysters, look out for their $1 Tuesday night specials.
1653 Rue Ontario E, Montréal, H2L 1S8
Le Dame Tartine is a small, simple breakfast restaurant, ideal for hearty, comforting meals. The rustic decor will comfort you, and the hearty plates will fill your belly! An array of options to suit different dietary styles: vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, keto and lactose-free!
1101 Boulevard de Maisonneuve E, Montréal, H2L 1Z6
This magnificent Japanese restaurant will take you on a journey with its decor and tasty cuisine. The ambiance is romantic and relaxed, and the dishes will awaken your taste buds with their varied flavors and fresh ingredients. Le Blossom is also one of the places in Montreal where you can discover one of the most impressive selections of sake!
1272 Rue Ste-Catherine E., Montréal, H2L 2H2
Le Renard is a busy neighborhood bar that's perfect for after-work happy hour, late-night festivities or a bite to eat with a cocktail. The food menu is designed so that you can simply nibble or indulge in a good meal. Come evening, it's definitely the place to party in the Village.
1112 Boulevard maisonneuve E, Montréal, H2L 1Z5
A small neighborhood bistro on Maisonneuve, this is where you'll find dishes that blend know-how with local products. The main inspiration comes from the products of the St. Lawrence River, herbs and wild flowers. Meats come from small-scale livestock farms and vegetables from small-scale market gardeners. As a result, the menu evolves according to the availability of products and the season. The presentation of the dishes is meticulous and the service welcoming. A must-try.
1023 Rue Ontario E, Montréal, H2L 1P8
Le Mousso is one of Montreal's finest gourmet restaurants. You'll enjoy a culinary experience completely out of the ordinary. Several tasting formulas are available, including one that includes a wine and food pairing. It's worth noting that the bill will be rather high, but we promise that once you've eaten, you'll think of nothing else but the experience you've just had.
1310 Boulevard de Maisonneuve E, Montréal, H2L 2A5
Le Passé Composé is an excellent brunch restaurant that reinvents classics to bring you unique and delicious dishes. Each dish is prepared with care and love, so you'll go home with a smile on your face. Those who like a sweet breakfast will be delighted to try the succulent French toast with panko breadcrumbs.
1550 Rue Fullum, Montréal, H2K 3M4
Italian cuisine prepared with local ingredients, Rose-Marie is a charming little restaurant. In summer, the flower-filled terrace will make you forget you're in the center of town. Don't leave without tasting one of the bottles from their wine cellar!
1190 Rue ste-Catherine E, Montréal, H2L 2G7
This Hawaiian snack bar takes you on a journey with its light, fresh dishes. The food at Kamehameha is tasty and the ingredients chosen are good for you. You'll find poke bowls, smoothie bowls and, more recently, ramen. The exotic decor will remind you of a seaside restaurant and the warmth of summer days!