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Restaurant type

  • Pub,

Cuisine type

  • Regional,

Dishes

  • Finger Food,

Features

  • Restaurant With Party Services,
  • Wheelchair-accessible Restaurant,
  • Restaurant With Live Entertainment,

Atmosphere

  • Casual,

Products and Services

  • Beer Brewed On Premises,
  • Local Microbreweries,
  • Brewery,
  • Pub,

Languages Spoken

  • French,
  • English,
Location
3632, rue Ontario E, Montréal, QC H1W 1R7
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  • < $10,

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Meet the owner

It all started with an off-the-cuff remark by Pierre Lessard Blais. An entrepreneur with a degree in political communication, Pierre is the father of two and the president of the Hochelaga-Maisonneuve Business Development Corporation. "I came back from an unsuccessful surfing trip and I joked that we should open a tavern in Montreal," he explains about the history of L'Espace Public.

Nothing more was needed for Pierre and his partners, Frank Privé, Dominique Gingras and Rémi Bonneau, to pool their resources and embark on an adventure to become co-owners of the first "post-tavern" bar in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve. L'Espace Public opened on January 3, 2010, in the middle of winter. "We were told it's the worst time of year to open a bar, and yet there was a huge line outside our door. People were waiting with bated breath," recalls Pierre, laughing.

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