The oldest inn in North America and the first to be granted a liquor licence under British rule, the Auberge Saint-Gabriel in Old Montréal offers fine dining wrapped in elegance, charm and 300 years of history.
Executive Chef Ola Claesson highlights market cuisine with fresh, local ingredients. Dishes such as cod with dill beurre blanc, honey glazed duck magret with roasted figs and hanger steak in a peppercorn and cognac sauce complement an inspired selection of international wines and cocktails.
A true landmark, built in 1688 by a French soldier, the Auberge Saint-Gabriel’s décor incorporates iconic touches of Québec history with modern flourishes. Styled by renowned designer Bruno Braën, the dining room’s stone walls, exposed wooden beams, black leather chairs and thick wood-topped tables set the scene for an elegant dining experience.
In addition to a terrace and speakeasy nightclub, the Auberge Saint-Gabriel offers four stunning halls to host private events for up to 200 guests. Furthermore, Auberge sur la route high-end catering delivers delectable menus, from business lunches to sit-down dinners, cocktail parties and more.
- Number of private rooms: 4
- Capacity of the largest private room: 450
- Group capacity: 450
Tue, Wed, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Thu, Fri, Sat, 6 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Bar menu offered starting at 5 p.m. Open for banquet on reservation only.
- Reservation of the Entire Restaurant
- Parking ($)
- $45 to $65 - 3-course meal at night
Types of cuisine
- New Cuisine
Montréal, QC H2Y 2Z9