Where can I book a private room in Montreal?

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We get asked every week which establishments offer a private room in the city. Whether it’s for a family gathering, an office party, a birthday, to celebrate a special occasion, or simply to enjoy the company of others in a secluded space, you’ll be sure to find the perfect room to suit your needs among this list,

Firstly, there are the truly private room – perfect for hosting groups in a unique setting that allow you to really enjoy the moment and have a more exclusive experience.

Other restaurants offer smaller semi-private areas within their space that is perfect for a group that wants a little more privacy or a quieter atmosphere.

Finally, some even offer to reserve the entire restaurant! Whether it’s for a group of 10 or a reception of 200, you’ll find the right venue for any type of event on this list of private rooms.

Feel free to inquire directly with the venues to explore the menu options available to you; many venues will be happy to accommodate you or your group’s preferences. Here is our list of establishments with a private room in Montreal or a semi-private space where you can celebrate in a more intimate atmosphere.

L’Auberge Saint-Gabriel

In the heart of Old Montreal, Auberge St-Gabriel, a historic inn founded in 1754, is one of the most impressive addresses in Montreal. Indeed, the decor, conceived by designer Bruno Braën, has been recognized as one of the most beautiful over the years. This renowned establishment offers the ideal location for major events with not one, but four private rooms! The Montreal institution offers the Dulong (80 people for a cocktail and 64 people seated), the Grenier (200 people for a cocktail and 150 people seated), the Sabrevois (80 people for a cocktail and 50 people seated) and the Truteau (200 people for a cocktail and 112 people seated).

426 Rue Saint Gabriel

Bar Palco

Bar Palco has brought a breath of youth and fun to Wellington Street. With Marc-Antoine Coulombe and Isabelle Corriveau as the determined young owners, the neighbourhood bar has quickly become a success. Chef Valérie Doucet (formerly of Auberge Saint Gabriel) prepares a concise and delicious menu. There’s something for everyone: vegetarian options like their incredible burger, plenty of vegan options, and satisfying salty snacks like their nachos or roasted potato poutine. Our favourite thing about Bar Palco is the atmosphere, that is both casual and festive. Note that the bar’s magnificent mezzanine can accommodate up to 30 guests for your celebrations.

4019 Rue Wellington

La Fabrique

On St-Denis Street, the decor of the bistro La Fabrique merges its old industrial look with that of the late Chambre à Part. The atmosphere is elegant, warm and very comfortable and offers a semi-private open room. Its bar section, equipped with a magnificent skylight, can accommodate 30 guests for a cocktail reception and 22 seated guests. The menu features Asian, French and Quebec-inspired dishes, all created by chef Jean-Baptiste Marchand.  The restaurant also offers an external private room, L’Annexe, which can accommodate 43 seated guests and 70 for a cocktail reception.

3619 Rue Saint-Denis

Chez Victoire

We come here to celebrate, the room having been conceived so that the party can pick up quickly! At Chez Victoire, you can enjoy the menu of innovative and passionate chef Alexandre Gosselin. In addition to their oysters that they’re known for, you can enjoy excellent small plates paired with great wine from sommelier Sindie Goineau’s curated list. Their private mezzanine room can accommodate 55 people, but it remains open to the rest of the restaurant – ideal for birthdays or parties.

1453 Avenue du Mont-Royal Est

La Chronique

It’s quite a feat to last more than 20 years in the restaurant business in Montreal. To be consistently good is a combination of great talent, hard work, and a desire to do things the right way. La Chronique is one of the best restaurants in the city in its class – that of excellent restaurants with a French accent. The chic restaurant can accommodate groups of up to 24 people in a private room for a cocktail party, a tasting menu, a group menu or any other event.

104 Avenue Laurier Ouest

Ferreira Café

Carlos Ferreira opened Ferreira Restaurant in 1996, which, over years of hard work and renewal, has earned its reputation as a Montreal institution. Serving a Portuguese influenced menu, the chic downtown establishment has a private room that can accommodate up to 64 people seated and 150 people for a cocktail party.

1446 Rue Peel


In a chic and impressive setting, this is one of the best Italian restaurants in Montreal. Graziella surprises with the simplicity of its cuisine, its respect for tradition, the freshness of its products and the authenticity of its dishes. We also love this address for its generous hospitality and the cozy atmosphere (it’s on our list of places where we can hear ourselves talk). The house offers a set of three meeting rooms that can accommodate 10 to 80 guests, and one of the rooms can be adapted for a cocktail party of about 150 guests.

116 Rue McGill

Maison Boulud

Maison Boulud, the restaurant of the posh Ritz Carlton, is very chic and elegant. Chef Romain Cagnat, elegant chef from Burgundy, prepares outstanding dishes with his delicate French touch. The terrace adjacent to the restaurant’s dining room is also worth a visit – one of the most beautiful terraces in Montreal. La Maison Boulud has a private lounge that can accommodate up to 24 people, as well as a semi-private lounge that can accommodate six people. We particularly like the elegance of the space and the refinement of the menu offered by the house.

1228 Rue Sherbrooke Ouest


Milos is Montreal’s finest Greek restaurant. Opened several years ago, the renowned restaurant now has addresses in London, New York, Athens, Las Vegas and Miami. After a complete makeover of the Montreal restaurant, Milos welcomes you in a most plush and impressive environment, which allows for easy conversation. Milos is expensive, but the food is excellent. It is possible to reserve either a semi-private room that can accommodate up to 30 people, or a private room at Cava, ideal for about 60 guests or up to 90 guests for a cocktail party.

5357 Avenue du Parc


Pullman is Montreal’s first wine bar! The bar welcomes you in an intimate and original decor, which is both timeless and totally unique. The bar offers a multitude of fine wines and a short delectable menu. The establishment offers a private mezzanine room for 18-25 people, the lounge offers 26-45 people and the two together can accommodate 70-75 people. It is also possible to rent the second floor or the entire restaurant.

3424 Avenue du Parc


When you walk through the door, you have no idea that you’re entering the notorious enchanted forest that is the Soubois! After going down the stairs to the reception of this “forest”, you are immediately transported by the breathtaking decor by Alexandre Brosseau of the Speakeasy agency. It is also possible to privatize the restaurant completely or partially on request. The place impresses every time. Soubois impresses every time.

1106 Maisonneuve Boulevard West

Restaurant Toqué!

Toqué! is a Montreal institution that has been around for over 20 years! The quality of the products used by Toqué! is incomparable. Quality, consistency, and an intimate atmosphere are the hallmarks of this restaurant. Le Toqué! offers two semi-private rooms: the Salon Saint-Antoine which can accommodate up to 30 guests, or the Salon Jean-Paul-Riopelle which can accommodate up to 16 guests. You can also reserve the entire restaurant for a special occasion.

900 Place Jean-Paul-Riopelle

Henri Brasserie française

Henri Brasserie française is a lovely new restaurant in downtown Montreal. With beautiful windows, luxurious materials and soaring ceilings, the ambiance of the place is incredible. In addition to seating over 150 people in the restaurant, the house offers four private rooms that can accommodate between 12 and 140 people depending on the room – perfect for any occasion! Using local ingredients, the chef prepares traditional French dishes adding his personal touch. The result is unique and decadent. Try it for your next private party! Photo Henri Brasserie française

1238 Rue du Square-Phillips

Montréal Plaza

Under the new glass awnings of the Plaza St-Hubert, the Montreal Plaza attracts its guests with its casual decor and atmosphere. Each of the restaurant’s rooms exude a warm personality that encourages celebration and good times. One of the smaller rooms can be reserved to enjoy more privacy in the popular restaurant; perfect for your special occasions!

6230 Rue Saint-Hubert


Fiorellino is one of the best Italian restaurants in Montreal. Having first opened on de la Gauchetière, the restaurant is now opening a second address in the space of the former Laurier BBQ on Laurier West. Fiorellino Laurier takes full advantage of its new space, which can accommodate up to 180 seated guests. The restaurant has a private room, ideal for groups to enjoy one of the best pizzas in town, as well as delicious pastas and gnocchi, all in a simply beautiful setting.

381 Avenue Laurier Ouest


Nous avons parlé de cette maison sous le titre «Marcus: espace gastronomique au chic hôtel Four Seasons». Parlé avec plaisir tant Marcus offre de belles et bonnes choses. Belles pour le décor signé Zébulon Perron et bonnes pour la cuisine du chef Samuelson (prénom Marcus) et de son acolyte Jason Morris. Le Marcus met à votre disposition une petite salle privée pouvant accueillir une dizaine de personnes et deux plus grands espaces privatisables, le lounge et la terrasse.

1440 Rue de la Montagne

Amea Café

Installée dans le magnifique atrium de la maison Alcan, la maison Amea offre un espace élégant pour des événements professionnels, mariages, galas et autres occasions spéciales. Ce sont les membres du Ristorante Beatrice (ex-Bice), cuisine et service, qui assurent les services de traiteur exclusif pour tous les événements organisés dans l’espace maison Alcan.

1188 Rue Sherbrooke Ouest
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Photography by photo Alison Slattery

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