10 Montreal Terrasses Where You Can Actually Take Your Dog This Summer

Treat Fido to a night on the town.
10 Montreal Terrasses Where You Can Actually Take Your Dog This Summer

Compared to other cities, Montreal doesn't have too many places where you can bring your four-legged pal for some wine-and-dine. As a dog owner, I'm constantly searching for new places where I can relax with my dog while sipping a latte or having a meal. 

There are a growing number of businesses that are allowing you to bring along your pup, and just in time for all the summer foot traffic. Some even offer a full dog-safe menu so everyone can fill their foodie cravings. Just make sure to double-check with staff and bring your pup on their best behaviour.

Terrasse St. Ambroise

Via McAuslan

Where: 5080 rue St-Ambroise

What: This spacious patio serves up pitchers of beer brewed on site as well as your classic pub fare. The staff will even bring out a bowl of water for Fido. Just make sure to keep your dog on leash.

Brasseur de Montreal

Where: 1485 rue Ottawa

What: An upbeat microbrewery that offers some great pub grub and even better brews has a pretty big patio that'll let you bring your leashed pooch along.

Burgundy Lion

Via Burgundy Lion

Where: 2496 rue Notre-Dame O.

What: This local English pub has some really cool neighbourhood vibes, awesome shareable plates, and the largest collection of whisky in Quebec. They have a front and back patio, both allowing your dog to join you as you drink the day away.

Café M

Via Café M

Where: 24 ave. des Pins O.

What: This cute little café is a great place to wind down and grab a caffeinated drink after walking your best friend. Sit on the small outdoor patio with your dog and enjoy the summer weather. Coffee not your thing? They also offer a decent selection of fresh salads and baked goods.

Restaurant Gault

Where: 449 rue Sainte-Helene

What: Located in the boutique Hotel Gaunt on Saint-Hélène, this is the go-to place is you want to treat your pup to a fancy meal and amazing views of of Old Montreal.

Via Pain d'Épi

8. Pain d'Épi

Hungry for some fresh croissants and baguettes? Hit this café up and indulge your sweet tooth in the many baked goods to choose from. After deciding what you want, you and your furry friend can sit outside and soak up the summer sun.

9. Bar à Beurre

This adorable café and snack stop is known for their delicious macarons and Italian butter cookies. Bring your dog in (on leash!) while you order and even choose from a selection of dog biscuits made fresh daily. Afterwards take a seat at one of their outdoor seating options and let your buddy enjoy their snack!