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June/July 2015

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June | July 2015 | Ignitemag.ca | 29 Terrace Place D'Armes Montreal Overview: A well-heeled crowd sips cocktails overlooking Place d'Armes Square, on the border of Old Montreal and downtown. Selling Point: Versatility. The terrace is spread out over two levels, the lower accommodating 60 for cocktails and 40 for a sit-down meal, and the upper level suiting twice that many. Details: You can custom-create your own menu, using one of the hotel's two restaurants as a starting point: Suite 701, with its elevated French comfort food, or Kyo Bar Japonais, with creative sushi and Izakaya-style dishes. Standout: Guests are encouraged to concoct their own signature mojitos, selecting any fruit base they want— mango, strawberry, citrus, you name it. hotelplacedarmes.com Stella Osteria Ottawa Overview: Elegant Italian eatery in the thick of things overlooking Clarence Street at Byward Market. Selling Point: Location. Close to everything—major ho- tels, the convention centre, museums and Parliament Hill. Details: The space suits 35 people for dinner or 75 for cocktails, with fully customizable menus including lots of gluten-free and vegetarian options. Standout: The (Italian-leaning) wine list. stellaosteria.com The Chase Toronto Overview: High-end yet unpretentious crowd-pleaser. Selling Point: One of the more luxurious rooftop experiences downtown. Details: Five stories up, fantastic view, cool vibe and relaxed but luxe atmos- phere. Seats 60 with room for 100 cocktail-style. Standout: Small plates with big fla- vours. Simple, contemporary North American cuisine with a focus on quality ingredients. thechasetoronto.ca good to know

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