It’s always nice to walk in Montreal’s streets.
With family, friends or our dog. However, it’s not
always easy to stop for a beer or a coffee when we
have our companion with us. Some restaurateurs have,
however, understood and allow customers to accept pets.
Here’s a top 5 of bars and cafés in Montreal where
you can take your beloved companion according to
1- For those who like to enjoy the hot bread or croissant,
there is the “Bread of Corn” restaurants, locate at 3296 Rue Saint Antoine O.
2 For those who like a terrace, the St-Ambroise at 5080 Saint-Ambroise street,
located near the Lachine Canal will suit you and your best friend.
While you enjoy a good beer, your dog can meanwhile relax by
drinking water from his own bowl.
3- For fans of beer, there’s also the Montreal brewery, which
is one of the biggest in town. Located in the historic neighbourhood
of Griffintown, you and your pet will be delighted by the decor.
4- The Burgundy Lion is an Irish microbrewery that will be happy to
welcome your four-legged companions. The staff is always happy to see them!
5- Finally, De La Commune is a restaurant located in the Old Port that
allows pets, as long as they respect the people around. Your friends can
even have a bowl of water and a treat upon arrival.
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At Clanimal, our mission since Day-1 is to improve relations between
humans and animals. Restaurants who agree that pets can stay with their
loving family for a meal on a terrace is a good step in that direction.
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