Fine Dining in Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie

When it comes to the dining scene, trendy Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie can hold its own with many of Montreal’s more established neighbourhoods. With the Jean-Talon market, Saint-Laurent Boulevard, Beaubien Street and Plaza St. Hubert, the neighbourhood has no shortage of happening areas, and here are some of the restaurants to discover there.

Santa Barbara Restaurant

6696, rue de Saint-Vallier, Montréal, QC H2S 2P7

This nice restaurant located on rue Saint-Zotique offers primarily vegetarian cuisine, but carnivores have not been forgotten! There are always one or two meat options on the menu. Among the dishes offered are squash gratin, barbecued lamb, and pierogies. With its mismatched decor and small saint statues, Santa Barbara (our photo) is as beautiful as it is good.

Quai No4

2800, rue Masson, Montréal, QC H1Y 1W7

Le Quai no 4 is a neighbourhood tavern with trendy decor that offers complete meals and a wide variety of Quebec beers. The menu includes some original dishes like reverse shepherd's pie and classic dishes like ribs, tartares and fish & chips.

Bistro Détour

2480, rue Beaubien E, Montréal, QC H2G 1N4

Located just outside the beautiful Molson Park, this neighbourhood bistro offers French cuisine composed of fair trade and organic products. The great French classics such as steak, black pudding and steak tartare are all found on the menu. The atmosphere is warm and intimate.


3165, rue Rachel E, Montréal, QC H1W 1A3

Labarake is a tavern-style restaurant set in an old fire station. Nicknamed "the dining barracks" by the owners, Labarake offers urban cuisine. On the menu you'll find beef tartare, mushroom risotto, mussels and paella with seafood.


6389, boul Saint-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2S 3C3

The flagship restaurant of Chef Martin Juneau, Pastaga offers original cuisine in a contemporary setting. On the menu: savoury dishes prepared using local ingredients like scallops from the îles-de-la-Madeleine, piglet breast, Marieville duck magret and more. Pastaga also offers a wine list with several natural wines.

Hoogan et Beaufort

4095, rue Molson, Montréal, QC H1Y 3L1

Hoogan & Beaufort is the latest new restaurant to move to the Angus Shops. Located in an old train factory building, the restaurant offers a beautiful setting that's both industrial and warm. On the menu, there are several dishes comprised of vegetables, fresh pasta dishes and some fish, like cod served with clams and beets.


48, rue Dante, Montréal, QC H2S 1J5

Opened in 2013 by Stefano Faita and Michael Forgione, Impasto is a cozy restaurant that offers savoury and generous Italian cuisine. On the menu, you'll find fresh pasta selections, porchetta, homemade sausage and homemade desserts such as tiramisu.

Cul-Sec, cave et cantine

29, rue Beaubien E, Montréal, QC H2S 1P7

Chef Martin Juneau’s second restaurant recently opened its doors on Beaubien Street. Cul-Sec is a wine cellar and a canteen and offers privately imported wines and a short but appetizing menu. Among the suggested dishes are Norwegian trout, beef tartare and a Philly Steak sandwich.

Restaurant Montreal Plaza

6230, rue Saint-Hubert, Montréal, QC H2S 2M2

Since its opening in August 2015, Chef Charles-Antoine Crête new restaurant has gotten people talking and is often full. Amidst its colourful decor you can enjoy original dishes such as baloney cannelloni or "the nothing potato"! Whatever you order, savour the food and take time to admire the decor; there are details worth noting.

Pizzeria Gema

6827, rue Saint-Dominique, Montréal, QC H2S 3B1

Located at the corner of Dante Street and Saint-Dominique Street, Pizzeria Gema offers a selection of fine appetizers (starters) and pizzas. Owners Stefano Faita and Michael Forgione have seen the restaurant’s popularity grow by leaps and bounds since its opening in 2014. They offer classics such as Margherita pizzas, and less conventional pizzas such as the Vetri pizza, which as pistachios as a topping.

Gus Restaurant

38, rue Beaubien E, Montréal, QC H2S 1P8

This small restaurant on Beaubien Street offers Tex-Mex, French and North American inspired cuisine. With its open kitchen, Gus's atmosphere is casual and lively. There’s an intriguing mix of dishes on offer, including flank steak, duck confit and venison tartare.

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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