25 Bucket List Restaurants To Try Downtown Montreal, Le Plateau, Mile End, Old Port, & Griffintown - Page 6

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Old Montreal Restaurants:

1.  Bevo

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410 St Vincent St

For pizza right out of the wooden oven that will make you feel like you are in Italy, you need to take your date out to Bevo in Old Montreal. Not only is the location beautiful, but the food is delicious and the melted cheese will make your girl's heart melt even more!

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2.  Venice Mtl​​​​​​​

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40 St Francois Xavier St

Feel like you stepped right off the metro and into Venice beach with your date when you enter Venice MTL! Their food is fresh and delicious for a crazy anniversary that neither of you will forget.

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3.  Terrasse Place D'armes​​​​​​​

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55 Saint-Jacques Street, 8th floor

If you love skylines and delicious (but a bit $$$) food on a hot summer night or cool spring evenining, then Terrasse Place D'armes is the perfect place for you! This restaurant is lowkey in the sense that it's a rooftop terrasse, great drinks, and amazing food!

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4. Terrasse Nelligan

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106 Rue Saint Paul O

My personal favorite terrasse happens to be Terrasse Nelligan located in the heart of Old Montreal. It is absolutely stunning! The views are amazing considering that the Basilica is your view from one side and the water front is your view from the other side.  They have amazing fish tacos and it is truly great for an anniversary this summer.

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5. Le Club Chasse et Pêche

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423 Saint-Claude

For a truly fantastic anniversary where you spend a couple of bills, I recommend looking into Le Club Chasse et Pêche! They are most known for their superbbraised piglet risotto with foie gras, an appetizer that will impress your special someone. They are also known for their roasted duck (served with sour cherries in a balsamic sauce) and the “The Bomb" desert, (a caramel-chocolate tart with 80& chocolate sorbet).

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