Montrealers love drinking and eating. this statement is probably the strongest fact of all time. More so then that Montrealers love to drink and eat outside on terrasses, preferably high up top over looking our beautiful city. Some of the nicest most fun rooftop terrasses in Montreal are located in the Old Port. Here we have our 3 favorite for you to discover as well as potentially end up attending to get a serious drink and eat on.
1. Terrasse Nelligan: Hotel Nelligan Terrasse
Located on 100 St. Paul Ouest, this rooftop gem offers a spectacular view of Old Montreal's beautiful architecture, featuring an eye-level vantage of Notre Dame Basilica and the St Lawrence River. Rain or Shine The Hotel Nelligan's rooftop bar encourages Montrealers to come up and try their signature white Sangria or their Nelligan Martini. The terracee, located on the fifth floor of the hotel, offers protection from any possible rain by umbrellas, but fingers crossed that rain wont impede upon your next trip there. Enjoy cockatils, spiked smoothies, or premium cuts of meat; Terrasse Nelligan offers and welcomes all.
2. Terrasse sur L'Auberge
Located at 97 de la Commune Est, Terrasse sur L'Auberge offers an exceptional panoramic view of the city. With a Terrasse seating 100 people, this bar invites Montrealers to join them in enjoying the most exceptional display of lights during the International Fireworks Competition, running from June 30th to August 3rd. Offering a variety of tapas accompanied by Moet, it is hard to find a terrace as visually pleasing as this one.
3. La Terrasse Places D'Armes/ Suite 701
Located on 701 Cote de la Places D'Armes, Suite 701 boasts ranking #1 in Askmen's top 10 VIP Lounges in Montreal and Toronto in 2011. You can find Suite 701 hosting a very popular 5 a 701 every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. The rooftop terrace La Terasse Places D'Armes definitely pays homage to it's award of recognition by creating the strongest lounge vibe of the four top terraces found in the old port. Come enjoy looking upon Places D'Armes Square while sipping on a cool raspberry-mojito.