TEQUILA IN THE BASEMENT!
It’s a secret bar inside a secret bar. The Clandestino, in the basement of the Boho bar, features 100 different mezcals and tequilas you can taste as a cocktail or the Mexican way: with citrus slices and grilled insects.
On Moleskine’s ground floor, the waiter jots down your salad and pizza order with a pencil suspended from the ceiling. On the floor above, you’ll find more elaborate, complete dishes with carefully paired wines.
Japanese notebooks, planners of all sizes, stylish pencils, colourful binders: the Nota Bene stationery store, next door to the Moleskine restaurant, will delight lovers of beautiful objects.
With its refined and creative Japanese-inspired food in Old Montréal, the Pastel showcases local products as much as possible. It’s worth the detour!
THE ICONIC BOUILLON BILK
Ask any foodie in Montréal what their favourite restaurant is. We bet a bagel they’ll answer Bouillon Bilk. Original and flawless dishes, friendly and professional service: they’ve been knocking it out of the park since 2011. You better book ahead of time!