Enjoy the view from these rooftop patios in Montreal

Accustomed to long, cold and snowy winters, Montrealers know how to enjoy a hot sunny day: with a cold beer at one of the city's numerous open-air terraces. What a view! Here are some suggestions.

Tokyo Bar

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3709, boul Saint-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2X 2V7

At the Tokyo Bar on Rue Saint-Laurent, they don't half-terrace it. This immense terrace is heated and home to BBQ'ed food that will tickle even the most demanding of palates. Feel like dancing? Bring your best shoes and step inside. Just make sure you can digest it all!

Terrasse Place d'Armes

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8-701 Côte de la Place d'Armes, Montréal, QC H2Y 3X2

The Hôtel et Suites Place d’Armes rooftop terrace offers truly incomparable views of Old Montreal, Downtown, and the Place d'Armes square. You can have dinner, share a meal with a lover or friends, and stay up late. Very late. On weekends, the venue is open until 3am. That’s how you make summer last even longer!

Terrasse sur L'Auberge

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97 rue de la Commune E, Montréal, QC H2Y 1J1

With rue Saint-Paul on one side, and Old Montreal and the majestic St. Lawrence River on the other; what more can one ask for when sharing a cocktail or tasty meal with friends, colleagues, or lovers? This cozy terrace can hold a hundred guests. All that’s left is to order a Sangria, Cosmo, or Pink Watermelon Rosé.

Kevino @ Daylight Factory

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1030, rue Saint-Alexandre, Montréal, QC H2Z 1P3

The magnificent wooden terrace of this restaurant-bar-café situated on St-Alexandre Street is the place to be for an enjoyable 5@7 on Thursday nights, one of their specialties. Here, we’re in the middle of the Quartier international de Montréal, but prices remain very reasonable. The Daylight Factory is an ideal location for meetings after work, surprise birthday parties and various celebrations.

Six Resto Lounge

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1255 rue Jeanne-Mance, Montréal, QC H5B 1E5

Six for 6th floor: this is where the Montreal Hyatt Regency terrace is located; the ideal place to enjoy the many festivals the city is privy to. You’ll find it in the heart of the Quartier des spectacles, where all the action happens. But no need to celebrate: you can go there to relax with a glass of red wine.

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