Coronavirus (Covid-19)

New shows go on sale and are presented in our performance halls every week, in compliance with public health requirements. As of September 1st, 2021, all spectators aged 13 or over will be required to show a vaccine passport, along with a photo ID (photo optional for people aged 13 to 15, and 75 or over), to be admitted to shows presented at Place des Arts. See the latest updates


Restaurants in the Area

Looking for a restaurant within walking distance of Place des Arts? Downtown Montréal and the Quartier des spectacles are overflowing with options for every budget.

Trendy spots, fine dining or fast food: here’s a glimpse of the restaurants located within a few minutes of our show venues.

A few restaurant suggestions

Here is a non-exhaustive list of restaurants near Place des Arts:

Inside Complexe Desjardins: La Cage Brasserie sportive, Bâton Rouge, Eggspectation, St-Hubert, McDonald’s, Mikes, food court, SIX Resto Lounge (Hyatt hotel).

In the Quartier des spectacles: Brasserie T! (tartar, charcuterie), Le Balmoral (French-inspired bistro), NYK’S (bistro-pub and microbrewery), Furco (wine, cocktails and snacks), Café Parvis (fresh salads and pizza, brunch), Sésame (Asian), La Traite (fast food), Biiru (Japanese cuisine), Accords (seasonal cuisine and natural wines), Bouillon Bilk (seasonal cuisine and wines), Le Central (gourmet food hall), and more.



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