A great spot to do just this sort of thing is the kitschy or retro, depending on your persuasion Notre Dame des Quilles. Yes, yes you do. The citizens love it so much that they want it everywhere, not just in galleries and museums. Take a stroll and check out sculptures, monuments, photographs and larger-than-life murals.
The Village (Gay Village), Montreal, Quebec
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Le Saloon bistro and bar offers patrons a contemporary setting in which to enjoy lunch and dinner or a quick drink with friends. Tartares are a delicious choice at Le Saloon, served with fries and See More. The restaurant Paella welcomes you 7 days a week, offering you quality dining based on fresh ingredients. Our cuisine is traditional Spanish.
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Photo by: George Rose, Getty Images. Home to one of North America's most famous gay neighborhoods -- simply known as the Gay Village, or Le Village Gai to the city's predominantly francophone population -- Montreal even marks it as such on its official tourism maps. Canada's second biggest city also hosts a slew of gay-popular annual events and festivals, and was the site of the first-ever World Outgames a preeminent global LGBT sporting event in Montreal's long gay history dates all the way back to , when one Moise Tellier ran a shop on what's now Saint Antoine Street selling apples and cakes -- but more legendarily was a place for gay gentlemen to rendezvous. A century later in the Stonewall era, most of Montreal's gay life was clustered at the city center along Saint Laurent Boulevard.
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