Photo credit : Caroline Bergeron
Photo credit : Caroline Bergeron

Lobby Bars

Lobby Bars

Before a show or at intermission, Place des Arts offers a choice of wine, cocktails, alcoholic beverages, soft drinks, water, juice, and coffee, as well as snacks. Also available: full meals in a choice of restaurants.

Enjoy a gourmet snack before your show!

Before certain shows, a pop-up wine bar with catering service by Olive Orange is located at the bar on the cloakroom level in Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier. The gourmet menu is available as soon as the doors open for all ticket-holders to shows in Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier.

Bar service is available in our performance halls: Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier, Théâtre Maisonneuve, and Jean-Duceppe, as well as in the 5e Salle. Place des Arts’ lobby bars open 45 minutes before the curtain goes up, and at intermission, when applicable.

Alcoholic beverages are permitted in the performance halls, except if otherwise indicated by the show’s producer.

Payment methods: cash and credit card.

Once inside the performance hall’s lobby, pre-order your drinks at the bar before the show starts—then skip the line-up when you pick them up at intermission.

Other restaurants and cafés

  • Place Deschamps, Bar à vin : A light-filled setting surrounding a magnificent sculpture by artist Pierre Granche, entitled Comme si le temps... de la rue. Kitchen led by chef Jean-Baptiste Defaut, with over 10 years of experience preparing French cuisine. He now offers his fresh take on simple, authentic, homemade cooking. Hours and reservations.
  • Seingalt : Bistro cuisine concocted by chef Benoît Lechasseur, who has developed a true culinary philosophy focused on his desire to put healthy ingredients on your plate. An enlightened choice of fresh and light products. Very efficient and courteous service. Hours and reservations.
  • Café Van Houtte : Curb your craving for a snack or satisfy your heartiest of appetites. Over coffee, sample a simple and varied menu built around fresh, healthy, and tasty food. Open from morning to evening.
  • Havre-aux-glaces : There are now four Havre-aux-glaces locations in Montreal, including one at Place des Arts, with its storefront on St. Catherine Street. Havre-aux-glaces is focused, first and foremost, on seeking out the ideal ingredients to develop its treats. The array of ice cream flavours changes with the seasons, offering a range of fresh and creative options. Open every day during the summer. Website.
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