Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie is found in the heart of Montreal, and is famous for their tree-lined streets, various parks, small specialty boutiques, and a myriad dining options. With neighbouring areas such as Little Italy, Le Plateau, and Parc Extention, the borough boasts an impressive number of “urban villages” providing an attractive and energetic environment for all!
Appreciating the unique culture of Quebecois art is something many travel to Montreal for. While the area is a melting pot of many communities, Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie has iconic hot spots where you’ll be able to enjoy francophone art year round. Cinema Beaubien, a grand looking not for profit French movie theatre shows independent, Canadian and art-house films throughout the year. TOHU, a part of The National Circus School campus, is a large, contemporary theatre that hosts circus shows, unique performances, art shows, day camps and outdoor events in their own Frédéric-Back park!
The borough is home to many fantastic pubs and will be bustling with people once the warmer weather hits. Popular microbrewery spots like Broue Pub Brouhaha and MABRASSERIE are always an excellent choice, but if you’re looking to bar hop, there’s an entire street filled with unique spots. On Rue Masson you’ll find La Distillerie No. 3 the sister site of the popular mixed drink bar in Griffintown, Quai No. 4 which has a fantastic menu of locally-sourced French classics to pair with their craft beers and wine, Aquarium Cafe Bar known in the community for its eclectic live music and Chez Baptiste Sur Masson where locals gather for quiz night on Mondays!
Culinary Tour of The World
Take a trip around the globe, without having to leave the comfort of the borough. Restaurant La Carreta is famous for its Salvadoran dishes like pupusas, burritos and churros. Trattoria Piatto Pieno will surely become a date night favourite; this Italian BYOB serves up delicious pasta, pizza and veal. Rose Ross draws inspiration from its Quebec DNA, utilizing market fresh ingredients in its fares. If Portuguese tapas is what you crave, Douro‘s cuisine is rich with unique flavours, textures and aromas.
Sprawling Green Spaces
Living in the city is great and all, but sometimes you need to reconnect with nature to unwind. Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie residents enjoy an overabundance of gorgeously lush greenery, especially those living in the Tak Village that’s100% pedestrian, with a bicycle access index of 93% and walking access index of 80%. Better yet, the village will include a new 16,150 square feet of linear park and 40% green spaces!
Ready to fall in love with Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie? We invite you to discover DevMcGill and KnightsBridge’s incredible new build in the heart of it all! To get in on the action and to find the right condo for you, visit Tak Village or call one of our agents at 514-900-3434.
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