You Can Stay Warm & Cozy On These Heated Terrasses In Montreal This Fall

The drinks will keep you warm, but the heaters will keep you warmer.
Contributing Writer
You Can Stay Warm & Cozy On These Heated Terrasses In Montreal This Fall

Worried that the colder weather means terrasse season is over? Think again! You can still enjoy two of Montreal's most popular spots, Perché and Terrasse William Gray, thanks to patio heaters.

While it may no longer be summer, fall is still a great time to get to enjoy the last bits of outdoor weather.

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Plus, it's the perfect time to get amazing views of the city among a sea of gorgeous leaves. All while sipping a cocktail.  It's the perfect spot for a 5 à 7.

Open seven days a week, both spots are open for brunch, lunch and dinner. 

"Book brunch at either of the two terrasses and tuck into reinvented classics. Think syrupy French toast, elevated eggs Benedict paired with hot coffee and crisp mimosas – need we say more?!" said a spokesperson for these terrasses. 

Since reopening back in the summer, health and safety for guests and staff have remained the number one priority.

The necessary measures and protocols have been put in place, so you can feel at ease during your dining experience.

Because if we're going to cheers a toast to another terrasse season coming to a close, we may as well do it with a drink in hand.

And definitely with a little extra heat. 

Perché and Terrasse William Gray

Price: 💸💸💸

Address: 153, rue Saint-Amable, Montreal, QC; 421, rue Saint-Vincent 8e étage, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: To enjoy fall views of the city, while you stay warm under the heaters!

Perché, Terrasse William Gray

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