La Société is located in the Loews Hotel Vogue. The concept unites style with a cosmopolitan atmosphere. The décor is trendy bistro, highlighted by an immense mahogany bar and a spectacular stained glass ceiling. Traditional Parisian dishes are interpreted by popular Chef Sean Reeve. What makes it worth the detour? The meat, an expansive oyster bar, and appetizers and seafood dishes that can be shared with friends. The restaurant also houses an impressive wine cellar, a variety of French cocktails from yesteryear, as well as evening musical performances.
Psst! The Sunday brunch is worth getting up for!
1415 rue de la Montagne, Montréal (514) 507 9223 – lasociete.ca
The restaurant serves market cuisine in a modern design setting inspired by metro stations. Acclaimed chef, Charles-Emmanuel Pariseau, former Executive Chef at Le Local, offers a distinctive, yet casual menu and tasty cuisine featuring bold combinations. Examples include duck croquettes, stuffed guinea fowl or a savory prime rib with bone marrow. The wine list is also very interesting, including many private imports. A warm and intimate spot in the Quartier des spectacles which promises to become a landmark on the Montreal gastronomic scene!
3435 boulevard Saint-Laurent, Montréal (514) 845 5115
By: Michèle Coulombe