Rooftop Bars Montreal
14 best rooftop bars Montreal
When the first sign of spring (finally) arrives, there is only one way to look: upwards, to the Montreal rooftop bars. During the warmer months, this is really a great rooftop city, with lots of elevated terraces and patios offering rooftop brunch, sunny lunch, late night cocktails and fantastic views. But which is the best terrasse Montreal?
With this complete guide you'll find the best Montreal rooftops, packed with all info you need about each terrasse: opening hours, dress code, photos, locations and much more. From downtown Monteal to the Old Port, something for the party animals and something for the epicureans. Just scroll down and find the rooftop Montreal bar best suited for you.
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Rooftop bar Montreal
Prime season: May-Sep
Residents: 4 millions
Climate: humid continental
The climate in Montreal varies greatly. From cold and rainy winters to hot and humid summers. As a result of this, the rooftop bars in Montreal are only open during the warmer months of spring, summer and autumn.
There are a lot of good terrace bars located in this fine city. Often with good views and central locations.
The atmosphere is usually very festive, and it’s very common that there are rooftop parties on most of the terraces in Montreal.
You can get incredibly cool pictures when the annual fireworks festival takes place in the city. So, which is the best rooftop bar in Montreal? Check out our map of the best rooftop bar in Montreal, and find the ones closest to your destination.
Montreal is Canada's second largest city. It is very famous for its multicultural population, where the French culture and language has a great influence. It is often said that Montreal is the city with the most French-speaking people in the world after Paris. The city is also a center for major international events and festivals. The Olympic Games, jazz festivals and Formula 1 Grand Prix are just some of the major events that are held here. The city is currently governed by a mayor.