Trendy joints in Griffintown

Whether it’s for a 5 à 7 or for dinner, the residents of Griffintown don’t need to travel far to find a quality restaurant. A bit like it is everywhere in Montreal, this neighbourhood is fortunate to have magical places. People come from every corner of the city to eat here!

Brasseur de Montréal

1485, rue Ottawa, Montréal, QC H3C 1S9

This microbrewery offers good beer, of course, but its bistro classic meals are probably the main attraction. They serve some of the best fries in town!

Restaurant Le Richmond

377, rue Richmond, Montréal, QC H3J 1T9

Chic, glamourous, trendy, sparkling, luxurious, small portions – and glasses of bubbly!


1619B, rue William, Montréal, QC H3J 1R1

This Turkish restaurant, which was once the most expensive restaurant in Montreal, has been reinvented, with a menu offering Ottoman tapas and Turkish, Italian and French wines.

Le Boucan

1886, rue Notre-Dame O, Montréal, QC H3J 1M6

The American-style barbecue of chef Jonathan Nguyen and the rustic look of this little restaurant on Notre-Dame Street make it a must for enthusiasts of this culinary genre.

Restaurant Nora Gray

1391, rue Saint-Jacques, Montréal, QC H3C 1H2

This Italian restaurant is small, discreet, low-profile and may just be one of the best restaurants in Montreal. It certainly competes for the title of best Italian restaurant in town!


1708 rue Notre-Dame O, Montréal, QC H3J 1M3

Grinder now has its own butcher shop. A steakhouse that has its own butchers and ages its own meat is worth a trip.

Le Bureau Bar A Tapas

1642, rue Notre-Dame O, Montréal, QC H3J 1M1

This is the perfect place for a 5 à 7. Good tapas, great cocktails, and a classy but relaxed atmosphere.

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