Conveniently located between downtown and the Old Port, Old Montreal is one of the most dynamic boroughs in town. W Montreal is a clever choice for travellers seeking the modern and fashionable, with its recently renovated rooms and a brand new restaurant on site. A bit further downtown, the Germain Montreal is a great option for those curious to stay in a Quebecois family-owned establishment.
The botanical decor transports you to a lush garden and the menu will surprise even the most sceptical of guests
20:00 – Get gastronomic
Montrealers love to eat and drink, so arrive ready to feast. If you're staying in Old Montreal, there are plenty of options within easy walking distance. Stop by LOV, one of the newest additions to Montreal’s food scene. Its name stands for Local-Organic-Vegan and there's absolutely nothing boring about this restaurant. The botanical decor transports you to a lush garden and the menu will surprise even the most sceptical of guests. Try the buckwheat and sweet-potato gnocchi, with hemp-basil pesto, arugula, and LOV Parmesan – but be sure to make a reservation in advance though, as it’s been a popular spot since its opening in 2016.