Old Montreal’s top culinary gems give way to good eating this Grand Prix weekend. After an afternoon at the track, travel a mere ten minutes to discover the city’s favourite fine-dining neighbourhood. What’s more, several of these top restaurants double as local favourites for Montreal’s late-night cocktail crowd. Take a look:
Grand Prix Weekend Fine Dining
With a market fresh cuisine assembling Quebec’s finest meats and fresh produce, the menu is composed of such specialties as marinated duck breast, Oysters, pan-seared duck foie gras and rack of venison.
Quality cuts, cooked to perfection for almost three decades. All its beef is AAA Canadian Certified and aged for at least 30 days. Inside, you’re greeted by old stone walls, wood floors, cozy fireplaces and an attentive staff.
International flavours accent fresh fish, first-choice cuts of meat, innovative pasta dishes and its specialty, lamb—all amid live jazz music seven nights a week.