Restaurants open on Tuesdays

Finding a restaurant open on Tuesday nights is becoming increasingly challenging. After often hectic weekends, many Montreal restaurants decide to take a break at the beginning of the week to recharge their batteries and reignite their creative spark. After all, even the most passionate deserve a moment of respite, don’t they? That’s why we shared our list of restaurants open on Monday nights with you.

However, we’re aware that the quest for a restaurant open on Tuesday nights can be a real puzzle. The disappointment of finding a closed door after a busy day can be disheartening. But don’t despair! To spare you from tedious searches and disappointments, we’ve undertaken to compile a selection of great spots that open their doors on Tuesday nights.

While our list may not be exhaustive, it’s full of enticing choices that promise to delight your taste buds and provide you with a memorable experience. From cozy bistros to gourmet restaurants, and even some hidden gems, here are a few suggestions where you can enjoy a delicious meal on a Tuesday night.

Bon appétit!

Café Parvis

Café Parvis is one of our favorite spots in Downtown Montreal. Just a few steps from Place des Festivals, this restaurant is worth a visit from early morning until late at night – you always leave feeling happy.

433 Rue Mayor

Bar Furco

Furco Bar opened its doors in October 2012, and since then, it’s been a bustling spot. With friendly and welcoming staff, a relaxed atmosphere, comforting food that’s easy to share, and a festive vibe, Furco Bar truly stands out as a fantastic place to hang out in Montreal.

425 Rue Mayor

Bar Henrietta

Bar Henrietta is a wonderful neighborhood bar that’s perfect for grabbing a drink and a bite to eat. It’s one of our favorite bars. You can enjoy a selection of delicious Portuguese-inspired small plates prepared by David Le Gloahec and his team. They offer a variety of sharing plates that change regularly.

115 Avenue Laurier Ouest

Le Darling

We especially love the unique décor of the bar and appreciate that it doubles as both a great café and a lively bar in the evening. You can work there during the day and end with a few drinks and some beautiful bites with friends. It’s the perfect place to hang out or grab a drink at any time of the day.

4328 Boulevard Saint-Laurent

Le Majestique

Open since April 11, 2014, Majestique is a bar we hold dear and is among the best places to eat in Montreal. What makes Majestique a success is its overall package: its festive atmosphere, quality products in both cuisine and wine list, and the fact that the house is open every day until 3 a.m., with the kitchen closing at 2 a.m.

4105 Boulevard Saint-Laurent

Montréal Plaza

Le Montréal Plaza is the renowned restaurant of Charles-Antoine Crête and Cheryl Johnson located at Plaza St-Hubert, an essential address in Montreal!

6230 Rue Saint-Hubert

Le Serpent

With its balanced combination of stunning decor, pleasant atmosphere, delectable menu, and warm service, the restaurant is a must-visit in Montreal, which we frequent with great pleasure. It’s included in our list of the best Italian restaurants in Montreal!

257 Rue Prince


The restaurant Cadet opened its doors in May 2015. ‘It’s called Cadet because it’s the youngest, it’s like our second child,’ explains Mélanie Blanchette, the co-owner. A highly anticipated little sibling of the iconic restaurant Bouillon Bilk and older sibling of Place Carmin, Cadet lives up to all our expectations, and they were numerous.

1431 Boulevard Saint-Laurent

Hoogan et Beaufort

Hoogan et Beaufort opened its doors in December 2015 at the edge of the Rosemont neighborhood, in the Shops Angus. This superb restaurant, under the direction of one of Montreal’s top chefs, has since been the host of numerous delightful moments in pleasant company.

4095 Rue Molson

Restaurant Tuck Shop

The Tuck Shop restaurant is a must-visit in the city and has been one of our favorite spots since it opened in 2010. What we love most about Tuck Shop — and what makes it an essential restaurant — is the balance between its various aspects: cuisine, decor, service, and ambiance, all of which blend together perfectly!

4662 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest

Satay Brothers

The Satay Brothers is a success story between brothers Alex and Mat Winnicki. Their restaurant on Notre-Dame Street West is one of the most popular in the city. Montrealers flock there to enjoy beloved classics inspired by Asian street cuisine in a splendid and vibrant setting.

3721 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest

Café Gentile

Café Gentile opened its doors on June 1st, 1959, on Avenue du Parc. Since then, this institution has earned a golden place on the list of the best Italian cafes in Montreal. The result is superb: Café Gentile Westmount seems to have existed forever and now offers a splendid decor to savor the classics of the house.

4126 Rue Sainte-Catherine


The superb restaurant Foxy, intimate and delightful, is a must-visit and also one of the best restaurants in Griffintown. People come to Foxy to enjoy comforting cuisine, indulge, celebrate special occasions, and enjoy great drinks. An address worth trying!

1638 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest


The restaurant Elena opened its doors in early February 2018, and after months of hard work, Marley Sniatowsky, Ryan Gray, and Emma Cardarelli (of Nora Gray) welcome us to their superb establishment! Elena is now among the best Italian restaurants in the city, our top suggestions for celebration venues, and one of the most romantic restaurants

5090 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest


Located just a few steps from Jean-Talon Market, Casavant offers a French brasserie experience that charms with its splendid decor, friendly atmosphere, and delicious menu with great value for money.

350 Rue de Castelnau East


With its menu boasting flavors from New Jersey, impressive selection of natural wines, and excellent sound system, this newcomer on Plaza St-Hubert has everything to turn heads – and the turntables!

6600 Rue Saint-Hubert

Buvette Beaubien

As soon as you step into Buvette Beaubien, you feel right at home. With good, affordable small plates to share, a great wine list, and a warm welcome, the bar has everything to please.

211 Rue Beaubien Est

An Choi Plaza

An Choi Plaza est une buvette vietnamienne installée sur la Plaza Saint-Hubert où l’on mange et boit très bien. Ouvert depuis juin 2023, l’adresse propose une offre qui s’adapte parfaitement au quartier!

6553 Rue Saint-Hubert


In June 2019, Antonietta restaurant opened its doors on Papineau Avenue in Rosemont—La Petite-Patrie. Since then, the neighborhood has discovered a beautiful restaurant offering refined Italian cuisine.

6672 Avenue Papineau

Garde Manger

In the heart of Old Montreal, on Saint-François-Xavier Street, you’ll find a fantastic restaurant-bar that appeals to many: Garde-Manger. With its buzzing atmosphere and delicious cuisine, Garde-Manger has become a classic restaurant to celebrate in.

408 Rue Saint-François-Xavier

Le Boulevardier

The Boulevardier is a superb restaurant located in the heart of downtown where you can enjoy delicious plates inspired by Parisian brasserie cuisine in a very elegant setting, served by attentive and caring staff.

2050 Rue Mansfield
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