Travel Blog

28 Aug

4 Montréal Rooftop Terrasses to discover (or rediscover!)

The days are slowly getting shorter and nights are getting cooler but it’s still August! That doesn’t mean there isn’t enough summer left to squeeze in a few more patio sessions before we break out the down-filled parkas and winter tires. The city is filled with patios – or what we call in Montréal “terrasses”. Dining al fresco or stopping by to enjoy a drink or two before a night out on the town, there’s nothing more satisfying than enjoying the weather or basking in the city lights on a rooftop terrasse.


Hyatt Regency | Six Resto Lounge
Enjoy the sights and sounds of the bustling Place des festivals from the terrasse at the Hyatt Regency’s Six Resto Lounge. Overlooking the iconic esplanade of Place des Arts, the restaurant’s ultra-chic lounge pours out onto their patio where plush sofas and ample seating await you. Take advantage of their Thursday Happy Hour event (Les Jeudis en Vue) from 5 pm to 7 pm: The terrasse is open to the public to enjoy a trendy atmosphere featuring a live DJ, outdoor bar and grill.

Hyatt Regency | Six Resto Lounge 1255 Jeanne-Mance Street


Le Newtown
Nestled in the heart of downtown Montréal, Le Newtown is located near the corner of two very famous streets, Crescent and De Maisonneuve. A veritable hub of summertime events and entertainment – most notably during the Formula 1 Grand Prix festivities in June – it’s not uncommon to see Crescent Street packed with revellers no matter what time of year… or day!  With a bird’s eye view of the street below, enjoy Newtown’s signature cocktails while people-watching, meeting the gang for drinks or unwinding after work.

Le Newtown 1476 Crescent Street


Tokyo Bar
One of the city’s premiere nightlife party destinations, Tokyo Bar has been open for almost 20 years. Hosting some of Montréal’s finest as well as international DJs, this hot spot caters to partygoers from around the world. Voted as having one of the city’s best terrasses in local polls, Tokyo bar holds nothing back when it comes to partying under the stars. With its outdoor bar and vast lounge area, Tokyo’s weekly event nights are sure to keep your feet moving.

Tokyo Bar 3709 St-Laurent Boulevard


Société des Arts Technologiques
The Société des Arts Technologiques, known locally as “the SAT” is a centre for arts and technological research located in the south end of Montréal’s performing arts district, the Quartier des spectacles. Chef Michelle Marek heads the SAT’s “culinary creation lab.” The menu and wine list, centred on the discovery of different flavours and gastronomic experimentation, are created around a main theme and changed every month. The large rooftop patio is a favourite among those attending the SAT’s events and with folks meeting up with friends for a casual happy hour.

Société des Arts Technologiques 1201 St-Laurent Boulevard

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