Make a reservation or book a private room at these top Montreal restaurants for groups!
Finding somewhere to dine for large groups can be tricky business, but luckily these Montreal restaurants are experts in making sure you and your family, friends or coworkers have an amazing experience, no matter what the occasion. Whether you’re simply looking for a table or a private room for more formal events, this list has you covered with all you need to know to spend a memorable evening enjoying good food in good company.
Reserve a Table
If you’re looking to make a reservation for dinner, these restaurants accommodate groups either by phone or online! Keep scrolling and you’ll find even more recommendations that offer private dining rooms for a more intimate setting.
1. Le Red Tiger
Le Red Tiger is a Vietnamese pub and restaurant. They serve street food inspired dishes in a colourful space with retro flair. Plus, a large garage door opens the restaurant up to the vibrant atmosphere of Montreal’s Gay Village in the summer.
Group booking info: They take reservations for groups as large as 14 people through the link on their website and can try to accommodate larger groups if you call well in advance. Note, this is an 18+ establishment.
1201 Boulevard de Maisonneuve East | website
2. The Mile End Montreal Food Tour
For an exciting and dynamic dining experience, several restaurants are surely better than one! The Mile End Montreal Food Tour takes you to 6 unique restaurants and local establishments. You’ll get to discover exciting stories about the neighbourhood and its history as you dine, making this is an enriching experience for family outings, corporate events and groups of all kinds.
Group booking info: Simply select the number of tickets you wish to purchase (with a maximum of 16) and your food tour guide will take care of the rest!
A popular and elegant restaurant in Old Montreal, Modavie is fit for any occasion. With a charming vintage vibe that’s fit for its setting, this French bistro is a classic jazz bar. Nightly live music, from jazz and beyond, sets a beautiful tone for a lush evening of flavours and sounds.
Group booking info: They’ll book groups as large as 14 directly through OpenTable, while private and semi-private rooms make their 240 seat dining room flexible for all kinds of events and occasions.
1 Rue Saint-Paul West | website
This Saint-Henri joint offers globally inspired plates in a rustic-yet-contemporary space that makes for a delicious dinner that’s still casual enough to have a little fun. The restaurant actually has its roots in operating the first food truck in Montreal! Thanks to its popularity, the large dining room makes this the perfect spot for coming together.
Group booking info: The reservation process depends on the size of your party. Groups of up to 10 people can book directly online. For 11-35 guests they offer a seasonal group menu (during regular restaurant hours) that you can reserve by phone or by filling out a booking form. Groups over 35 can even reserve the whole restaurant for a private event.
630 Rue de Courcelle | website
5. Caffe Un Po’ Di Piu
Looking out at the St. Lawrence River from its Old Port location, Un Po’ Di Piu is a destination in itself. Serving imaginative sharing plates, wines, cocktails and coffee, this elegant Italian “caffe” is somewhere to sit and enjoy time together at any moment of the day.
Group booking info: Flexible for both the type of event and number of guests, they offer different reservations for three group sizes: Piccolo (15 to 22 people), Medio (20 to 30 people) and Grande (up to 60 people).
3 Rue de la Commune East | website
McKiernan is what happens when Joe Beef and Maison Publique meet for lunch – which mean’s it’s amazing. Making its home in a loft next to the Lachine Canal, McKiernan is a more casual way to taste the market-driven menu and natural wines, with dinner also being served two nights a week.
Group booking info: Groups of 9 to 60 can email the restaurant directly to enjoy a family-style meal chosen by the chef. Larger groups are also able to reserve the entire space.
5524 Rue Saint-Patrick #200 | website
7. Brasserie Harricana
A famed brewpub located in Mile Ex, Brasserie Harricana offers a long list of inventive beers, brewed right here in Montreal, as well as a menu of pub food done right. With sleek and stylish decor, it’s perfect for celebrating with friends.
Group booking info: They take reservations by email only for groups of 10+.
95 Rue Jean-Talon West | website
A staple of Montreal’s plant-based dining scene, LOV stands for Local, Organic, Vegan making it a dinner destination that’s good for both your health and the planet’s. With two locations near downtown Montreal (and even more beyond), it’s an easy choice for groups both big and small.
Group booking info: The restaurant offers a booking form for groups of 8 to 24.
1232 Rue de la Montagne, 464 Rue McGill | website
9. Les Street Monkeys
Les Street Monkeys brings Cambodian food to Verdun with a selection of flavourful, authentic dishes that you won’t find on many other menus in Montreal. They offer tapas style plates in a chic space that’s inspired by an alleyway in Phnom Penh.
Group booking info: They are happy to accommodate groups but require a valid credit card to hold reservations of 8 people and more. Groups of 15+ will be served a group tasting menu.
3625 Wellington St | website
10. Ichigo Ichie Izakaya
Tucked behind the incredible ramen destination that is Yokato Yokabai, Ichigo Ichie is one of the best izakayas in the city. In the large and lively space you’ll find a selection of traditional sharing-style dishes (as well as a group menu) with some contemporary Quebec influences.
Group booking info: Groups over 9 can call the restaurant to make a reservation.
360 Rue Rachel East | website
Book a Private Room
If you’re looking for a more formal and intimate setting for your group dinner, these Montreal restaurants also offer private rooms. Booking one is sure to make any occasion feel special, from a birthday to a co-working event, and beyond.
This downtown Montreal wine bar offers a wide menu of sharing plates that encompasses both classic favourites and seasonal selections. Plus, the wine list features over 500 bottles. Pullman adapts to your group’s needs with a wide array of private rooms and facilities. You can even take a virtual tour of the space to get acquainted!
Group booking info: Groups of 10 to 150 can meet for dinner in their private and semi-private rooms. Groups over 12 will be asked to order a dinner cocktail menu or sharing platters to be prepared in advance.
3424 Ave du Parc | website
12. Old Montreal Evening Food & Drink Tour
The Old Montreal Evening Food & Drink Tour is available only by private request, making it an intimate way to get to know Montreal’s historic district. Among compelling tales from your local guide, you’ll have the chance savour much more good food than you could at any ordinary dinner. Perfect for a bachelorette party or team building event, the private tour will take you to 4 unique culinary destinations.
Group booking info: Fill out the Group Request Form and the team at Local Montreal Food Tours will help you create the perfect tour for you and your group.
13. Orange Rouge
Orange Rouge is a sleek spot serving Asian fusion dishes in Chinatown, and their discreet private room feels like the neighbourhood’s best kept secret. Meet at Table 50 in a wood-panelled room hidden behind the restaurant and you’ll feel like you’re dignitaries undercover.
Group booking info: The private room can seat up to 14 patrons with a set group menu.
106 Rue de la Gauchetière West | website
14. L’Auberge Saint-Gabriel
This historic inn has been restored into an elegant French Restaurant but you can still sense the history that lies in the building’s stone walls. This past life also indicates one other thing: plenty of space reserved for private occasions in 4 distinct event rooms.
Group booking info: The Auberge Saint-Gabriel’s halls are spacious enough to seat 20 to 150 people for dinner, and up to 200 for a cocktail party.
426 Rue Saint Gabriel | website
This upscale chef-driven restaurant is Montreal’s newest big-league fine dining establishment, and it has the space to prove it. Monarque’s private room offers an all-inclusive experience. A private kitchen, dedicated staff and soundproofing mean you can build your own little world.
Group booking info: The private room is available for reservation to parties of up to 32 people, or 45 in cocktail mode. Groups of 8 to 12 can also dine in the Brasserie or Salle à Manger but must call ahead to make a reservation.
406 Rue St-Jacques | website
16. Le Diplomate
Offering small plates and an adventurous wine list, Le Diplomate is a more casual option that offers a warm and welcoming environment for hosting your group. The chef’s table is located behind the kitchen and is a cozy and intimate space tucked away from the industrial landscape of Mile-Ex.
Group booking info: Groups of 10 to 25 can dine at the chef’s table with a menu tailored to your tastes.
129 Rue Beaubien West | website
17. Crew Collective & Cafe
More than just a place to eat, Crew Collective & Cafe is a complete co-working complex set in a vast historic bank with vaulted ceilings. Make meetings more special by hosting them here with food and drink from the Crew Cafe, or host a memorable weekend brunch with family. The main room is also available to be rented for whatever your heart desires.
Group booking info: Meeting rooms have a capacity of 8, the East Wing can seat 20 (30 standing), and both are available at an hourly rate. You can also contact Crew to host an event in the Main Space or the Private Balcony.
360 Rue St-Jacques | website
18. La Chronique
Another French restaurant to indulge in, La Chronique stands out for its inventive plates and pure sophistication. Tucked into a bright, little space in Mile End, the intimate and elevated experience has made it a consistent fine-dining favourite for the most special occasions.
Group booking info: Their private room seats around 24 people and the expert chefs can prepare a custom menu that aligns with the sprit of your event.
104 Laurier Ave West | website
Coming at group occasions from a different perspective, Soubois also doubles as a club, making it more than a typical fine dining destination. Dining in the jungle-themed private room offers a full restaurant experience with the mystique of a speakeasy, and dinner easily transitions to dancing.
Group booking info: The private room seats up to 30 people.
1106 Maisonneuve Blvd West | website
20. Bar George
Finally, Bar George is an immaculate complex of style and class. Serving modern English cuisine with Quebecois flair and excellent cocktails, they blend ideas both old and new. Located in a historic mansion, the private dining rooms turn the former living quarters upstairs into the perfect backdrop for your own intimate gatherings.
Group booking info: 6 unique rooms offer flexible options seating as few as 6 guests all the way to 40. Meanwhile, up to 60 can be accommodated for a reception.
1440 Rue Drummond | website