26 Jan 2023
Here are the newcomers who have decided to settle in the neighborhood this year!*
*The article is updated throughout the year as new businesses move into the area.
Mr. Pretzels, 170 Saint-Amable Street
Mr. Pretzels stores need no introduction and there is now a branch in Old Montreal to the delight of pretzel fans. These snacks are made of whole wheat, with incomparable freshness and flavors, you will be conquered from the first bite. You can enjoy them in the classic version or by adding sweet or salty seasonings according to your desire of the moment.
Lola Resto, 60 Saint-Jacques Street
After having an amazing night and drinking some cocktails at Lola Lola Lolita bar, enjoy authentic Latin cuisine at Lola Resto. You'll find birria, pancita, rib broth, chilaquiles and more! The best part is that the restaurant opens as early as 9 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday mornings, making it the perfect place to "take away your hangover."
U&I, 445 St-Sulpice Street
Known as "one of Montreal's most innovative fashion boutiques", U&I has opened a third location in Old Montreal. Established in 1997, U&I's mission is to convey the dialogue between art and fashion through its original clothing. If you haven't visited this place yet, now is the time to visit their third boutique and get a unique piece of clothing.
Roze Pilates, 759 de la Commune Street West
Looking for a way to get back into shape and rehabilitate your body? Roze Pilates offers Pilates classes on the Reformer and on the floor in private, semi-private or group formats. Pilates helps strengthen muscles, release tension, improve posture, reduce stress and much more. You won't be able to live without it!
Photos credits: Mr. Pretzels, Lola Resto, U&I, Roze Pilates
N.B.: Have you just started your company, office, or business in le Vieux and want to let us know about it, or did we miss one of your newly moved-in neighbours? Write to us at email@example.com and we will be happy to add it here!