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6 Old Montreal Terrasses Gave Us A Sneak Peek At What To Expect When They Reopen (PHOTOS)

We can almost taste that first post-lockdown brunch.
6 Old Montreal Terrasses Gave Us A Sneak Peek At What To Expect When They Reopen (PHOTOS)
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Quebec has finally unveiled its three-stage deconfinement plan, announcing that restaurant and bar terrasses in Montreal can reopen on May 28 and June 11, respectively.

That means Old Montreal is currently preparing for a busy summer. Here's a sneak peek at what you can expect when six of its terrasses open on May 28. 

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Perché's rooftop terrasse at the Hotel William Gray is unveiling an "urban oasis" of chic green decor, offering a California-inspired menu for brunch and dinner.

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Also located in the Hotel William Gray — this one on the 8th floor — Terrasse William Gray will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and the terrace will be covered and heated depending on the weather. 

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Terrasse Place d'Armes was completely renovated in 2020, offering brunch and dinner, as well as its own cocktail list.

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Hotel Nelligan's rooftop terrasse will be open for lunch, brunch and dinner, offering a menu "bursting with color and freshness."  

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The garden terrasse at Vieux-Port Steakhouse is offering a backdrop of greenery and flowers for the perfect Insta shot during your first post-lockdown weekend brunch.

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Terrasse sur l'Auberge's panoramic view of the Old Port, the Saint-Lawrence River and Rue Saint-Paul is the perfect lunch spot for burrata and an Aperol Spritz.

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Old Montreal Terrasses Ready To Reopen 


  • Terrasse Place d’Armes: 55, rue Saint-Jacques O., 8th floor
  • Terrasse Perché: 153, rue Saint-Amable, 4th floor
  • Terrasse William Gray: 421, rue Saint-Vincent, 8th floor
  • Terrasse Nelligan: 106, rue Saint-Paul O., 5th floor
  • Terrasse jardin / Vieux-Port Steakhouse: 39, rue Saint-Paul E.
  • Terrasse sur l’Auberge: 97, rue de la Commune E., 6th floor 

Why You Need To Go: Some of the best terraces in Old Montreal will be ready to welcome you again for the summer season — and have we ever missed them!