8 Montreal Terrasses Have Been Ranked Among The 100 Best In All Of Canada

Ah, summer. A time for sunshine, festivals, good vibes, and lots and lots of terrasses.

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Luckily for us, Montreal has pretty much the most fun and chill terrasses in the whole country. (Yes, friends. The whole entire country).

Don't believe me? No worries. Open Table just released their list of the best terrasse restaurants in Canada - and more than one glorious Montreal spot appears to have made the cut:

Bistro Nolah

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Chez Levesque

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H4C Place St-Henri

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Hoogan & Beaufort

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Maison Boulud

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Taverne Square Dominion

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Check out the complete list of restaurants right here!

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