Navegando pela net encontrei um Guia de Montreal, lugar que é ADORADO por todos na F1. É, juntamente com Austrália, um dos GPs favoritos do pessoal. E imaginando Montreal (já que nunca fui até lá) fica fácil entender por que ... hehe
MONTREAL CITY GUIDE
Where to visit?
If you want to enjoy the rich variety and texture of city life, then pay a visit to St. Laurent Street. It’s a true reflection of Canadian multiculturalism. No stay in Montreal is complete without a visit there.
If shopping is what you’re after, then St. Catherine Street has the answer. Stretching for 15 kilometres across the city from east to west, the Street is lined with major department stores and shops.
For a taste of the artistic side of Montreal, head along to Crescent Street to visit luxury boutiques, haute couture showrooms and art galleries.
Where to drink?
The Whisky Café is the place to go for lovers of Scotch whisky with over 150 blends to try. Inside you’ll also find a cigar lounge.
For cocktails and high-end bar tending at its finest, pay a visit to L’Assommoir. With over 250 unique cocktails on the menu, there’s plenty to keep you entertained on Saturday night.
Koko restaurant and bar is also worth a mention. Located in the heart of the action during Grand Prix weekend on St. Laurent Street, it’s the venue of choice for the stylish and sophisticated. It also boasts a great terrace and cocktail list.
Where to eat?
A visit to Schwartz’s restaurant, located on Boulevard St. Laurent, is a must. Serving world-famous smoked meat, it’s a Montreal landmark that has welcomed celebrities and visitors from all over the world.
For the best in Italian dining, why not try Graziella, located in Old Montreal. A creative menu that captures the artistry of cooking includes some delightful culinary treasures.
The choice of the locals seems to be Leméac – a French bistro that serves up sophisticated cuisine while adding a new twist to some French classics.
Lovers of sushi should make their way to Kaizen for some of the freshest sushi in Montreal. The menu is complemented by a great wine list and Montreal’s largest selection of premium Japanese sake.(fonte: F1pulse)
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