Au Pied de Cochon
Maverick chef Martin Picard’s restaurant, largely credited with setting off Quebec’s dining revolution, makes the most of local ingredients like foie gras and maple syrup.
The industrial-chic restaurant from Dyan Solomon and Éric Gerard focuses on well-executed grilled and wood-fired dishes.
Bar Big in Japan
There are no signs advertising this speakeasy, one of the city’s top cocktail venues, so look for the unassuming red door for entry.
This three-story natural wine trailblazer, one of the first of its kind in the city, boasts 450 bottles to choose from.
Belly up to the marble bar at this Russian-inspired parlor for espresso drinks by day, and craft cocktails by night.
This Portuguese-inspired tavern serves up craft cocktails, old-world wines, and traditional dishes in a casually chic space.
Agrikol is a rollicking, art-filled venue with an excellent rum-based cocktail menu, a satisfying short list of Haitian dishes, and a party vibe.
This microbrewery is one of the city’s most inventive beer destinations, thanks to the rotating selection of its own creative craft brews.
The 25-seat bar hidden inside a stately 19th-century building offers a bespoke drinking experience inside a Mad Men meets film noir setting.
Come to this inviting bar designed by local favorite Zébulon Perron for the wine, stay for the atmosphere.
The wines are the main draw at this unfussy bar located in a landmark former bank building built in 1905.