salade de pommes de terre
salade de légumes du marché
ricotta maison, asperges, pumpernickel
toast aux tomates épicées, pecorino
tapenade de poivrons rouges, tomates séchées, amandes
toast à l’avocat, concombre, melon, coriandre
viande fumée, cornichon à l’aneth, pain de seigle
gravlax fumé, concombre, herbes fraîches
tartare de boeuf
assiette de charcuteries
assiette de fromages du qc
plateau du marché
charcuteries, fromages du qc, marinades, salades et autres accompagnements
bulles, blancs, rosés, rouges, cava brut reserve, dibon, catalogne, espagne.
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Montreal is famous for its nightlife and party scene — the music is bumping and the cocktails flow until the wee hours of the morning. For a guaranteed good time, be sure to check out these fun bars in the city.
A magnet for good-looking crowds of cocktail lovers, this Old Montreal bar is focused on the craft of making good drinks. Come prepared to stand and mingle with friends over a few martinis as the unobtrusive music and overall casual vibe make it a great evening hangout.
Philémon is a trendy establishment, without being too pretentious. If you’re not dancing on the speakers at 2 a.m. (yes, this place can get a little rowdy), then you’ll likely be mingling with the young professional crowd around happy hour. In case you’re in the mood to celebrate, they offer a wide selection of champagnes and sparkling wines by the glass or by the bottle. You can get a decent bottle of sparkling wine for as low as $43.