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Sherbrooke St south to de la Gauchetiere, Montreal, Quebec H3G 2C1, Canada
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Reviewed yesterday

Crescent street is a must see street. There are a lot of irish pubs and restaurants. When it's the formula 1 event, there are a lot of nice cars there.

Thank WorldTravelerQC
Reviewed 3 days ago

My partner and I visited Divine Chocolatier here and took few pictures of the Leonard Cohen Mural. There are beautiful old houses and many restaurants and shops.

1  Thank PavlaPavla
Reviewed 1 week ago

There were more restaurants than I had time to visit. I found a Lebanese restaurant that did not look fancy but the food was great.

1  Thank Jo V
Reviewed 1 week ago

Based upon other reviews we went here to find a place to eat. We walked up and down the area, didn't see anything unique wish we had gone to another part of town but were hungry so settled here.

Thank T L
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a great street for restaurants and shopping Try Wienstein & Giovanis, Great itailan food and great service. The manager is there all the time and is very nice & greatful

Thank jim d
Reviewed 1 week ago

It's just a tourist trap with no local flair. I'd suggest going to the Plateau if you want to see interesting bars and shops instead.

Thank DanielleA1212
Reviewed 1 week ago

Been walking Crescent Street for 43 years - ever since i worked at RBC when i was 17 and worked not far and countless bar and disco hoping on Crescent street. Always an adventure always a good time

Thank Laurie E
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you find yourself in Montreal and you're hungry (yes, it's a rhetorical question), then head over to Crescent Street. You will find a plethora of restaurants for any palate. Italian? French? Indian? It's all here and something for every taste and budget. Plenty of...More

Thank Duke S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

And great restaurants to boot. A street well worth walking up, then down on when you’re not in a great hurry as there is much to enjoy...Real Montreal ambiance and flavor, a favorite for Montrealers and tourists alike, it feels like the world meets there,...More

Thank nikyfral
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I thoroughly enjoyed this area of Montreal. A short walk from our lovely hotel and loaded with great places to eat and drink! We enjoyed The Winston Churchill. La'Acadami, among others. The area has a lot of life and is very festive.

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