DANS MA COUR... Ç’A DU CHIEN !
Until May 30th, Dans ma cour, ç’a du chien ! presents slightly kitschy little scenes inspired by backyards. They’re inhabited by colourful, silly, adorable dogs that are sure to make you smile.
Discover the Esplanade Tranquille, located within a stone's throw of the project!
In summer, enjoy a terrace and its street furniture as well as various activities and events. In winter, take out your skates and enjoy the refrigerated outdoor ice rink.
Printemps numérique – Montreal Digital Spring is the result of a partnership initiated by La Conférence régionale des élus (CRÉ) de Montréal (regional conference of elected officers) with about 120 organizations from creative fields of interested in the digital arts.
LOCAL TAKE OUT
With the closing of dining rooms, support local restaurants and enjoy a delicious meal in the comfort of your own home.
Consult the list of restaurants offering delivery or take-out.
Your Condo in Quartier des Spectacles
The Quartier des spectacles is now the heart of a major cultural metropolis. Straddling the city’s eastern and western halves, it draws people together to enjoy creativity, celebration, and new discoveries.
In 1896, at the Palace Theatre, the Lumière brothers held the first film screening in North America —even before New York City! The Monument-National theatre had just opened its doors; young talents performed there, such as La Bolduc, the first major Quebec singing star.
The era of clubs and cabarets hit its peak after the Second World War, when Au Faisan Doré cabaret hosted Charles Aznavour. Édith Piaf performed at Sans Souci, Charles Trenet sang at the Café de l’Est, Frank Sinatra seduced his hordes of female admirers at Chez Parée. Montreal nightlife was legendary.
Inside, at home, a comfortable, serene and peaceful setting awaits you. Outdoors, there are concerts, shows, museums, the finest dining, a profusion of trendy boutiques.
You are here
A few steps farther west, past the Maison symphonique and Place des Arts. To the east, you’ve got a multitude of choices. A film at the Quartier Latin? Take Sanguinet Street right up to Emery. Or hop over to the Grande Bibliothèque.
Head directly south and in just a few steps, you’ll reach the Société des Arts Technologiques, facing the Monument-National. Go a bit farther, and let your curiosity be your guide. Then, take a brisk walk up the hill toward Old Montreal. Don’t lose sight of the north: Montreal’s most cosmopolitan area begins. And why not venture higher, toward Jeanne Mance Park and Mount Royal? See?