5 a 7 suggestions in Old Montreal
Next month we're getting married in Montreal and we want to do a cinq a sept drinks get together with some Quebec/Montreal shared plates the night before our wedding. We're from Vancouver so we thought this would be fun to start out our Montreal wedding weekend. I was hoping for a tavern like environment with platters of meats, cheeses, maybe other tapas-like food on platters or wooden cutting boards. It would be nice if the place were lively but not too too loud or noisy so that we can still talk to the person next to us. Its not a rehearsal dinner so there is no need for people to make speeches and such until our wedding the next day :-) I was hoping for somewhere in Old Montreal as we will be staying in that area.
Thanks for your help beforehand!
Hi Everyone, I was gonna book the place you all suggested but I read reviews that it had a DJ and can get noisy. Any other 5 a 7 suggestions for next month please? It will probably be 6-8 people with some elderly people on a Friday night. We love the shared food platters but preferably where we can sit and talk to each other too. We're staying on St Paul, walking distance would be nice but we can taxi somewhere too.
Thanks for your help!
Thanks for all the great suggestions everyone! I just wonder how the walk is to these places. We are staying at a hotel at St Paul @ St. Sulpice St. and although most of these locations are a 1-4 blocks away according to the map, if I remember correctly some of the streets in old Montreal are kinda uphill or downhill off of St Paul Street right? I've visited Montreal once before but only visited Old Montreal briefly. Rain plus some elderly guests might make the walk challenging. Are Communion, Le Local or Hambar hilly walks from our hotel? I looked into Verses and it would be perfect but they don't seem to have share plate options :-( Perhaps if anyone has feedback on these locations or maybe a 5 a 7 location on Rue St Paul?