November 25, 2014 — It’s impossible to resist the English allure of the Dominion Square Tavern. From its colourful floors to its chandeliers, the charm of the Roaring Twenties has been lovingly preserved in this pub. Enjoy some classic European brews, or try out the bison ribs or the mussels with cider and bacon.
Also in the British pub spirit, the cuisine at Taverne Gaspar has a wonderfully comforting quality about it, with both Québec and French influences. Two patios—one on the roof, the other on De La Commune Street—offer guests the opportunity to flow as freely as the wine, cocktails, and beer the venue serves.
Meanwhile at Taverne F par Ferreira, you can share petiscos, the Portuguese version of tapas with a glass of wine or beer. While specialities like cod croquettes, grilled octopus, and spicy chorizo evoke Lisbon, the tavern is right in the middle of the Quartier des spectacles.
For that typically relaxed pub atmosphere, the Monkland Tavern is a friendly neighbourhood spot where you can enjoy a Happy Hour and a laid-back dining experience.
Chic, classic, or traditional, Montréal pubs offer great diversity to suit your style and mood.