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Four Seasons Montreal opens new terrace restaurant

Four Seasons Hôtel Montréal, in partnership with Moët & Chandon, invites guests to experience the Mediterranean with the opening of Mistral on July 1, an all-new terrace inspired by the coastal ambience of the south of France.

The secluded oasis, located on the fifth floor of the Hotel, offers an intimate setting adorned with luscious greenery and pastel décor. Meticulously designed by Madame Bombance, olive trees, hanging flowers and an assortment of lanterns create a path leading guests to the picturesque terrace with a provenance-like feel. Guests are treated to the best view in the city, with a sweeping skyline and the iconic Leonard Cohen Crescent Street Mural visible from every point in the space.

Once seated, guests are treated to a culinary journey featuring the region’s summer favourites. The expertly curated menu by Chef Hugo Belanger features fresh ceviche with yuzu, delectable oysters and panzanella with heirloom tomatoes and feta. Award-winning head mixologist, Jonathan Homier, brings a splash of fun into his thoughtfully designed cocktail menu. In particular, the Pinky Promise features refreshing flavours such as lemon, honey and citrus, perfect to enjoy on a warm Montreal evening. For those wishing to sip on Champagne, the vast selection of Moët & Chandon is a menu highlight.

“We’re excited for all our guests, locals and travellers alike, to experience another elevated culinary experience that encompasses the world of Four Seasons,” says David Wilkie, General Manager. “Mistral, referencing the Mediterranean winds, allows guests to drift away to the coast of Provence by way of delicious drinks and fresh fare while dining al fresco in the heart of the city.”

The hotel is also home to MARCUS, the first Canadian location for renowned celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson.

Mistral will be open from July 1 until the end of summer. Reservations are highly encouraged as limited walk-ins are available.

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