By Anne Lagüe
Worth checking out during your stay at Le Germain Hotel Montréal and Alt Hotel Montréal.
LA RÉCOLTE–EAT LOCAL
Inspired by the “farm to table” movement, La Récolte is a small, relaxed restaurant where the owners serve excellent dishes created with fresh local ingredients that are also as organic as possible. Brunch is particularly delicious.
Tasting original dishes surrounded by the works of Jean-Paul Mousseau: that’s what chef Antonin Mousseau-Rivard’s restaurant has to offer. Lauded by critics, he has quickly carved out a spot for himself among the city’s finest restaurants.
POINTE-À-CALLIÈRE–MONTRÉAL ARCHEOLOGY AND HISTORY COMPLEX
Take a guided tour to find out about Montréal’s history! The Queens of Egypt exhibit about the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs promises to be fascinating.
PUB BURGUNDY LION
Famous for its whiskeys and English-style brunches, Burgundy Lion is also a great place for afternoon tea on Sundays, in the four-season solarium.
THE reference when it comes to tableware in Montréal. Beyond splendid place settings and tablecloths, you’ll also find decoration and fashion accessories.
What could be more “Montréal” than a bit of surfing, stand-up paddle yoga, or kayaking on the Lachine Canal?