Rue Sherbrooke
Rue Sherbrooke
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This famous street includes the city's most upscale shopping thoroughfare and a historic atmosphere.
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Neighborhood: Le Plateau Mont-Royal
Go native in Plateau Mont-Royal, where bespoke shopping, hip eateries, and wacky paint jobs attract locals and transplants alike, making it one of the city's most diverse and distinctly authentic experiences. A creative hub, Montreal's artistic elite pack the cafes along Rue Saint-Denis, where young painters and fashion designers draw inspiration from the playful murals and stately Victorian homes that dot the Plateau's side streets. Not a major sightseeing destination, a visit to Plateau Mont-Royal allows you to enjoy a local perspective, soaking in indie films, latte art, contemporary galleries, and the city's best bagels. A center of polyglot culture, Québécois accents mingle with shades of Portuguese, Greek, and Hebrew in the area's iconic Mile End district, where restaurants straddle chic designer boutiques, serving up chorizo and caldo verde. Friendliest to those on foot, it's a jungle of colorful awnings and sidewalk umbrellas, pedestrian walks and luxury shopping.
How to get there
  • Sherbrooke • 6 min walk
  • Saint-Laurent • 6 min walk
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digitalroc
Calgary, Canada1,532 contributions
Jul 2022
I walked along Sherbrooke briefly one evening while I was in Montreal, as well as drove on it from our work facility back to the hotel. There are lots of restaurants, pubs and shops along here, definitely worth a longer visit next time. Also, Sherbrooke Street happens to be the second longest street on the island of Montreal.
Written August 15, 2022
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Thomas V
Oakland, CA15,295 contributions
Nov 2022
Very very kong street that takes you through some of the most classy parts of the city. It runs along the base of Mont Royal and past McGill University. Museums and cultural institutions are here as well as fancy hotels;. And the Metro is here.
Written November 12, 2022
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Traveller & Foodie
Montreal, Canada3,443 contributions
Jun 2019 • Friends
Sherbrooke Streets runs from East to the West for many km. From the west of St. Laurent the buildings have spectacular architecture. There are many luxury hotels on Sherbrooke, luxury shopping and great restaurants. The Ritz Hotel is on Sherbrooke Street and is the main place for Formula One Activities during the second week of June. Sherbrooke street has many museums too and walking distance to popular streets like Crescent, Peel, De la Montagne. It’s a street I love to take when I am downtown because I always discover something new.
Written June 7, 2019
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Frank C
Hackensack, NJ148 contributions
Sep 2014 • Family
Spend a day and you will want to move to Montreal. Such a relaxing place, and the best of all is that everywhere you go is clean and people are courteous. Now I do not understand why people go to that garbage Manhattan and not Montreal.
Written October 25, 2014
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JimmyJackk
San Marcos, CA5,170 contributions
Apr 2019 • Couples
This is a very cool street with some amazing architecture. The hotel we selected happens to be on this very street. Everyone to take a stroll on Rue Sherbrooke.
Written April 28, 2019
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Andre E
Shawinigan, Canada241 contributions
Mar 2016 • Solo
Sherbrooke is a long road that starts in the Montreal West (train station), then straddles Concordia University (Loyola) , a lovely Campus, then heads to Decarie where Chalet BBq is great if you like chicken, then heads into Lower Westmount straddling the stately Campus of Dawson College on the intersection of Atwater, then heads to Downtown, its Art Galleries and Museum District around Crescent and Peel, bypassing the Regal Ritz Carlton Hotel and Mansions of the Golden Squatre Mile , then straddles McGill University's lovely Campus, then heads towards Park Avenue and Jeanne Mance with the stately and ornate Cegep du Vieux Montreal, then intersects St Laurent with the Monastere du Bon Pasteur (music concerts) right after, ..then heads to Parc Lafontaine , a lovely park...if you keep going , you'll end up at Pie IX and the Montreal Bootanical Garden..and then Viau with the Village Olympique, Parc Maisonneuve Sector..if you keep going, you'll end up in Pointe aux trembles where it's refineryland...lol. I suggest taking a Bixi at Montreal West and heading East until you get tired and turn it in elsewhere..You could loop back a bit via Ontario Street, a pleasant array of shops and keep going west, until you hit de Gaspe, then visit the Gay Village on Ste Catherine, take in the Fireworks along Rene Levesque...best views are under the Jacques Cartier Bridge (de Lorimier) or in the Radio Canada Parking..it's great because Sherbrooke Street is nearly all flat all throughout which is perfect if you're not in the best of shapes...lol
Written April 20, 2016
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Ruth305
Miami, FL3 contributions
Jun 2014 • Solo
From the moment I went walking through Rue Sherbrook, I fell in love with Montreal. A different world from where I live. The townhouses were beautiful, great restaurants at even greater prices and courteous natives. Make sure to go to Concordia University, the campus there on Rue Sherbrook. Lots of budget friendly places to eat. I will without a doubt return to Montreal, maybe even live there (although I might imagine I would have to endure the winters)
Written November 26, 2014
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on_the_go_98765
Tucson18,322 contributions
Aug 2019
This is one generous stretch of street with an East/West delineation made by the crossing of St. Laurent Blvd. Our 2-day adventure in Montreal centered upon the area below St. Laurent Blvd.

Although Mt. Royal is technically to the west, it is "north" to the Montrealer so, if St. Laurent divides Sherbrooke, the area below thus becomes West. Just accept that the compass has no significance here and life goes along just fine from here on out.

The West of Sherbrooke has a lot of excitement and vitality and nearly all the museums, as well as any other urbanized delight. The Latin Quarter lies just within the Easterly direction. West Sherbrooke also contains the Golden Mile (subject of a separate TA review) and just happened to be the street our hotel, Ritz Carlton, was located on.

Our various walks up and down Sherbrooke (on this, the West side of Sherbrooke) was a constant source of delight and enjoyment. I am certain we could spend a full week here and never see it all.

My focus walking the streets of Montreal was to search for its Public Art (or its public soul). It enriches the community and adds enjoyment to themselves and others. I was not disappointed and found some really great examples of outstanding art that deserved recognition.
Written September 22, 2019
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Helenjen
Brisbane, Australia783 contributions
Sep 2017 • Couples
If you like your artwork.....this is without a doubt THE most interesting street in all of Montreal. When we were there in September all the world flags were proudly flying high and it was interesting trying to work out some of the ones we weren't familiar with. The number and variety of art pieces along this rue is fascinating....our hop on hop off bus guide told us there were more than 70....really..... we only located/photographed 30+. Take your time.....there is plenty to see...enjoy!
Written October 12, 2017
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Tal_Hameed
Toronto, Canada446 contributions
Sep 2013 • Friends
Stayed at a hotel on this street. Plenty of different types of shops and restaurants, and it's right downtown in Montreal near McGill. Nothing more to say than that.
Written August 18, 2014
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