Truly, no one is in a better position to boast the neighbourhood’s best places other the people of Old Montreal. So, without further ado, here are our friends and their choices.Pierre-Luc – Artistic Director at TinkPierre-Luc has a particular love for pizza and his dog Charlot.
So go ahead, Pierre-Luc, enlighten us:Five Guys
: Because it’s one of the few Five Guys in Montreal, and sometimes, we all need a burger/poutine the day after a festive 5@7!Commerce:
What a beautiful place with a great ambiance.Pretty much all the plates are made to share, so it’s pretty cool to be able to taste so many flavours in such good company.Les Sœurs Grises:
Because they allow us to host private 5@7 in their hidden room on the 2nd
floor. I also love their beer list, their pulled pork sandwiches and their vodka pickles
.Claudia - Coordinator at Casa Com Claudia loves to let off steam at the gym and has a great passion for Dirty Martinis.
Claudia, your favorite places?Café-bakery Cookie Stefanie
: Elegant. Scrumptious. Gluten-free. Five minute walk from work. Yes. Please.Bevo Bar + Pizzeria
: Truly a place to free your senses: people look nice, the music is great and their wood-oven-baked pizzas are delicious!Bota Bota :
Yea, having a really busy life in Old Montreal is thrilling, but sometimes you really need a break. Bota-Bota spa-sur-l’eau
is a truly peaceful oasis in an action-paced environment.
Camille - Distribution Assistant at RemstarCamille is always impeccably manicured, and weekly ladies nights are a real priority for her.
So, Camille, where can we find you if you’re not at work?Les Glaceurs :
Because when you get a sugar craving, it’s the place to go for the best cupcakes in town! The red velvet is truly a must-have…Santos Tapas bar:
Short of ideas for a great girls’ night out? Look no further than Tuesdays at Santos for unforgettable evenings!Terrasse Nelligan:
Because it’s your summer destination for (rooftop)
terrace mojito-sipping at the end of your work day.