Montréal, Canada - Places to Visit
Places to Visit

The Montréal Biodome

Phone: (514) 868-3000
E-mail: biodome@ville.Montré
No matter what time of the year it is be sure to check out the Montréal Biodome. The Biodome isn’t really a zoo, aquarium or botanical gardens but all of these things combined. It brings together four ecosystems all under one huge roof. A must see.

Bens Deli

Phone: (514) 844-1000
Montréal smoked meat is a tradition and Ben’s is an institution. You wouldn’t go to Philadelphia without trying a Philly Steak Sandwich so why would you leave Montréal without trying a Montréal Smoked Meat Sandwich? As you walk through the front doors you're immediately transported to the 50’s. The original Ben’s Deli opened in 1908 and changed to its current location in the 1950’s. It’s open late on weekdays and until 4am on Fridays and Saturdays.

The Montréal Bonsecours Market          

Phone: (514) 872-7730
The Bonsecours market is one of Canada’s finest heritage buildings and has become an essential place to visit in Old Montreal. It is the headquarters of the Conseil des métiers d'art du Québec and the Institute of Design Montréal. The market hosts 15 boutiques showcasing the best in Quebec arts; there are 3 wonderful restaurants and even a glass blowing factory in the lower level. From fashions and accessories to sculptures and paintings, the Bonsecours Market is well worth the visit.

Restaurant Globe         

Phone: (514) 284-3823
Montreal is full of good-looking guys and gorgeous girls. On any given night along the trendy Saint-Laurent Blvd, you can’t help but notice the Globe -- A trendy, fashionable people-watching spot. Its modern but old-world bistro decor matches the “see and be seen” attitude that the Globe is dripping with. Be sure to make reservations as the Globe is always packed. If you do have to wait for a table, you’ll be ushered to the bar where you can sample a Martini or two. 

Buona Notte          

Phone: (514) 848-0644
Also on Saint-Laurent Blvd is a hot spot that could be in Manhattan’s Soho neighborhood. Buona Notte is arguably one of Montreal’s trendiest locations being more of a club experience than a simple restaurant. Open till late the house DJ spins the latest beats that accompany your fine Italian meal. The later the evening gets the faster the beats are pumped out. If you want to sample great food, dine with beautiful people or perhaps rub elbows with celebrities, Buona Notte is the place to be.