Eating on Montreal's Fleury Street

Feel like going out tonight? Why not check out Ahuntsic? Several restaurants, cafés and small bars have taken up residence here, completely revitalizing Ahuntsic’s main strip, Fleury Street. The commercial artery now attracts Montrealers from all neighbourhoods. Here are some places to discover in this neighbourhood, from the traditional to the newer,

Café Le Petit Flore

1145, rue Fleury E, Montréal, QC H2C 1P9

One of the classic institutions of Fleury Street is still a go-to place in the neighbourhood. Named after the famous Café de Flore in Paris, the Café Le Petit Flore is a European-style bistro. Their specialties include flank steak and homemade fries, but you can also enjoy sandwiches and lighter meals here.

Bar le über

1011 Fleury E, Montréal, QC H2C 1P8

Both a bar and a café, Über Cafbar offers beers from microbreweries and a small food menu that includes nachos and the famous poutine from the restaurant-tavern Alexia, a neighbouring establishment. Fans of humour enjoy Über Cafbar’s Monday comedy nights, a date not to be missed!

132 Bar Vintage

132, rue Fleury O, Montréal, QC H3L 1T4

This cocktail bar is not content with throwing bottles in the air to impress its customers but, rather, committed to offering delicious cocktails concocted from quality ingredients. 132-Bar Vintage offers a cozy and warm atmosphere; you'll want to stay to try more than one cocktail!

Les Cavistes Bistro Bar A Vin

196, rue Fleury O, Montréal, QC H3L 1T5

Formerly located on Saint-Denis Street, the restaurant Les Cavistes moved to Ahuntsic in 2013. Both a restaurant and a wine bar, Les Cavistes offers friendly cuisine and a large wine selection. You can enjoy an aperitif or eat a full meal here, with dishes including (steak and fries, homemade black pudding, rabbit pasta, duck breast, etc.). Their selection of imported products will delight wine enthusiasts.

Les Incorruptibles

1432, rue Fleury E, Montréal, QC H2C 1R8

Open since 2013, the restaurant Les Incorruptibles offers delicious dishes for sharing, cocktails and a brunch menu. With its vintage accents decor, reminiscent of the ’50s and ’60s, you will sometimes feel like you are on an episode of Mad Men.

Restaurant Le St-Urbain

96, rue Fleury O, Montréal, QC H3L 1T2

Acclaimed by critics, the restaurant Le St-Urbain offers modern European-style cuisine. It prefers local products and privately imported wines. The menus change regularly, sometimes featuring, for example, salmon trout fillet, black truffle risotto, breast of veal and a six-course tasting menu.

Considered the cultural heart of the city, the Quartier des spectacles has become one of the liveliest neighbourhoods in Montreal since the redevelopment of the Place des Festivals. It has eight public spaces that host an average of 40 festivals per year. Here is a list of restaurants where you can enjoy a bite to eat before or after your outing!
With Mother’s Day coming up, it’s time to think of an appropriate way to say “thank you” for all the great things that mothers do. And what better way than to sit down for some quality time over a delectable, perhaps even decadent, brunch. The Mile End has quite a few suitable destinations for just such a celebration, and we list them here. [Image credit:]
Mother's Day is fast approaching, and for many that means it’s time to invite their favourite Mom out for brunch! Whether it is for "deux œufs miroir" (two eggs fried in butter, served in a pan) or a croque-madame with béchamel sauce, you have an amazing variety to choose from in Montreal. Here are a few restaurants where you can enjoy brunch in Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie.
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