Montreal venue help!

posted 3 years ago in Montreal
Post # 3
Member
7 posts
Newbee

Here are a few potentials

Saint Gabriels

 

http://aubergesaint-gabriel.com/nos-salles/

 

http://www.hotelnelligan.com/index_en.php

 

 

This one isn’t in Old Montreal, it is in lasalle, but I always thought it had character.  It is the Vieille Brasserie

rents from the city

http://ville.montreal.qc.ca/portal/page?_pageid=8117,89131584&_dad=portal&_schema=PORTAL#

 

There is also March Bonsecours which has about four rooms to rent with a histori flare.

 

http://www.marchebonsecours.qc.ca/en/location.html

 

Hope these help! Good luck

Post # 4
Member
83 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: November 2014

@fleurtyle:  I actually booked La Vieille Brasserie which was mentioned above. They release dates for the venue on a monthly basis one year in advance. If you’re looking for a Saturday in May 2014, it’s probably not doable at this point. It is also a venue set up to be very DIY as in you get a liquor license, outside caterer, etc… This offers a lot of flexibility but probably would not be best if you’re coming from Australia.

We wanted that which is why we went with it but you may want to check out the Vieux Port Steakhouse. They have some nice rooms and solid food. Since it’s a restaurant, you’ll be able to get a package with servers, booze, food, etc… all in one which would probably be ideal for you. They do weddings all the time. Their dinner food is solid and their brunch is awesome. It’s not super cheap but it’s not a rip off at all either. It’s also in the Old Port which you mentionned.

http://www.restaurantduvieuxport.com/en/

Not sure if you’ve figured this out already but figured I’d chime in anyway just in case.

 

 

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