Bistro L'Arrivage has reopened at Pointe-à-Callière

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(Montréal, March 6, 2024) — Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal’s Archaeology and History Complex, is pleased to officially announce the reopening of Bistro L’Arrivage, located on the 2nd floor of the main building. Museum visitors and people working in the Old Montréal area can now get together to enjoy a delectable culinary experience, orchestrated by Olive Orange, in the bistro’s warm and friendly atmosphere.

A gourmet destination for lunch or weekend brunch, Bistro L’Arrivage features flavourful and generous options at affordable prices. On the menu, seasonal dishes highlighting regional flavours that are sure to please every palate, both carnivore and vegetarian!

Bistro L’Arrivage offers a spectacular view of the St. Lawrence River and some of Montréal’s architectural icons, including the quays of the Old Port, Habitat 67, and the grain silo, to name but a few. The dining room’s modern architecture runs along the river, with window bays that can open to let you take in the views, both in summer and in winter.

The bistro is an absolute must when visiting the Museum or making your way through Old Montréal.

Private events

Bistro L’Arrivage is the perfect spot to hold a private event. It can accommodate up to 125 people.

Bistro L’Arrivage Information

Off-season hours: Tuesday through Sunday, from 11:30 am to 4 pm
Address: 2nd floor of Pointe-à-Callière’s main building
(350 Place Royale, Montréal, QC H2Y 3Y5)
Reservations: 514 872-0553 / [email protected]
Follow us on social media: Facebook // Instagram @bistrolarrivage
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About Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex

Inaugurated in 1992, on the city’s 350th anniversary, Pointe-à-Callière is today the largest archaeology museum in Canada and the busiest history museum in Montréal. Rising above a concentrated number of historic and archaeological sites of national significance—including the birthplace of Montréal—, the Museum has a mission to preserve its collections and to further knowledge, while showcasing and fostering an appreciation for Montréal’s archaeological and historical heritage. This mission is carried out through various activities focused on conservation, research, presentation, education, and inclusion, along with community initiatives benefiting both Montrealers and visitors to the city.

Pointe-à-Callière, proud partner of the City of Montréal.

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