I know how annoying it is when you get to a restaurant and then end up circling the block for another half an hour trying to look for a parking spot. That's why I thought it would be great to put together a list of Montreal restaurants where you won't have to worry about parking your car at all. So here is a list of Montreal restaurants with available parking lots:
Rib'n'Reef Steakhouse Restaurant
8105 Boulevard Décarie
Legendary Montreal classic steakhouse with a cigar lounge, a rooftop terrace (that we won't really care about until next summer) and a large parking lot with valet service.
777 Rue de la Commune O
Refined Italian dishes and handmade pastas in a dark yet welcoming underground atmosphere. Da Emma has a free parking lot, which is a rarity in the Old Port area.
40 Westt Steakhouse
2305 Route Transcanadienne
You will need to do a bit of driving to get to this place, since it's located in the West Island, but it's totally worth it. 40 Westt is an upscale steakhouse with a great menu, live jazz and a huge parking lot.
Photo cred - Mikasa
Mikasa Sushi Bar
9835 Boulevard de l'Acadie
If you love sushi, you will love Mikasa! Sashimi, specialty rolls and other mouthwatering options available in a contemporary dining setting. And, of course, free parking! What's not to love?
3961 Boul St-Laurent
Venerable Montreal steakhouse serving great meats in a beautiful traditional atmosphere. Free parking is available for clients behind the building.
P.S. Yes, it's a steak poutine.
479 Rue Saint Alexis
Great Old Montreal restaurant with Quebec farm-to-table concept menu. Parking lots and spaces available outside the restaurant.
361 Rue Saint Paul E
Celebrity chef Chuck Hughes' restaurant serves vibrant seafood and comfort food menu options. There is also a huge parking lot next to the restaurant.
Photo cred - Dayjobsnightlife
Queue de Cheval
1181 Rue de la Montagne
Famous Montreal steakhouse with a great ambiance and a secret QDC burger joint in the back of the restaurant overlooking the parking lot.
209 Rue de la Rotonde (Nuns Island)
It's a Québécois bistro atmosphere with recycled wood and concrete floors. Great menu and cocktails. Don't forget the huge parking lot right next to the restaurant!