The Angus sector, Little Italy, Cité-Nature, the Promenade Masson, the Petite-Patrie area, the surroundings of Molson Park, are many urban villages with a distinct personality that are part of the Borough of Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie. In the heart of these lively villages, you will find several green spaces, a diverse cultural life, and an unparalleled commercial offer. Discover some of our favorite spots by KnightsBridge's Le Barista, Le Sainte-Hélène, and Le Hub!
For a dinner out with your other half or between friends, there is a wide range of places for you to discover. Located only a short walk away from our Barista project, you will never have to leave your neighborhood again!
- Impasto and his little sister Pizzeria Gema: Try the delicious Italian dishes imagined by Stefano Faita and Michele Forgione.
- Régine Cafe: The creative breakfast and lunch menu makes Regine Cafe one of Montreal’s favorite. The ubiquitous queue confirms the craze for this restaurant. On the bright side, the Barista residents will probably be able to wait in line from their living room!
- Isle de Garde, Kitchen Galerie, Montréal Plaza, La Récolte Espace Local, Ballpark, Chez Chose, Pizzeria Napoletana are all a few minutes away.
- Miss Napoletana: For authentic Italian gelato.
- Les Givrés: For the best corn ice cream!
- Monsieur Crémeux: For a sundae made with local ingredients.
- L’Armoire à Glaces: To try one of their original flavors for instance carrots and pink pepper!
Established in Montreal for 64 years now, the Fruiterie Milano will allow introduce you to the best Italian food. Prosciutto, fresh pasta, olive oils are just some of the ingredients you will become addicted to.
Meeting place between foodies and merchants, the Jean-Talon market is a must for Montrealers who are willing to travel several subway stations to get there ... what luck to have in our neighborhood!
SPEND THE AFTERNOON AT MAISONNEUVE PARK
With 63 hectares of greenery, Maisonneuve Park is ideal for a picnic with friends, playing Frisbee, running, cycling or even playing golf.
With an investment of more than $60 million from the city of Montreal, Plaza St-Hubert promises to become more modern and interesting to the locals.
Cyclists, pedestrians, and runners rub shoulders on the Réseau-Vert, a 3 km multi-functional trail alongside the Canadian Pacific Railway. You will discover multiple seating options, outside training installations and playgrounds.
Renowned for its selection of French repertoire films, the Beaubien Cinema is a paradise for movie fanatics.
- Population: 134 000 residents
- 36.2% of residents are between 20 and 39 years old
- 55 parks
- 10 community gardens
- 3 outdoor pools, 1 indoor pool, 8 paddling pools and 4 water games
- 30 community and recreation organizations
- 3 libraries and 1 house of culture
- 2 arenas and 11 outdoor rinks