May 23, 2013 ─ Love, tenderness and cuddling… February unfolds in a flurry of passion, and Cupid has his sights set on some of Old Montréal’s most romantic restaurants.
For a little 19th-century seduction, there’s nothing like a cocktail and dinner fit for a king at the Maison Pierre du Calvet. A massive fireplace, brick walls and ornate drapes lend an atmosphere of opulence to an establishment celebrated for its fine French cuisine, enjoyed as a table d’hôte or à la carte.
Warmth and refinement greet guests at Chez Queux, whose inviting atmosphere of history and fine cuisine conspires to seduce the senses. One of the city’s cornerstone buildings, this exquisite restaurant never ceases to charm with its warm stone walls and rich woodwork.
The oldest inn in North America, L’Auberge Saint-Gabriel has conserved its grand stone fireplace from its beginning in the mid 18th-century. Montréal chefs invite you to discover fresh and unctuous local products in a charming decor reminiscent of yesteryear.