In summer, the portion of this southern-Plateau Street between St-Laurent and St-Louis Square is bustling with tourists.

Prince Arthur Street is Flanked on both sides by a wealth of chic restaurants and bars , all with LARGE outdoor seating areas – the avenue's renovated cobblestone street and antique lampposts attract a diverse crowd of Montrealer’s and tourists alike from all walks of life. With its abundance of fine restaurants and quaint outdoor terraces, nothing quite captures the spirit of summertime in Montreal like a leisurely stroll down Prince-Arthur Street. Many of the restaurants are quite reasonably priced. Restaurants without liquor licenses even encourage you to bring your own wine, which often means ducking into one of the nearby stores for a bottle.

Street performers, stages, outdoor cabarets and more are everywhere for walkers to enjoy.

    Restaurant Le Square
162, rue Prince-Arthur E
Montreal, QC, H2X 1B7

At Le Square restaurant, the staff will be pleased to welcome you in a warm and trendy atmosphere, everyday, at noon and in the evening.    
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    Les Deux Gamins
170, rue Prince-Arthur E
Montreal, QC, H2X 1B7

Where you can discover classic Parisienne style cuisine prepared with the freshest seasonal ingredients by our innovative young chefs who are some of the best in North America.    
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