From good addresses to new residential projects, Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie has become in a few years a trendy neighbourhood where many people dream of settling, we explain.

Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie, le nouveau quartier branché de Montréal

Ranked among the seven best areas in Montreal according to Cult MTL, Rosemont, located in the borough of La Petite-Patrie, has nothing to envy the other areas of the city, quite the contrary. In just a few years, Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie has become a space where modernity reigns thanks to the TAK village project, the Rachel Julien development and its successful Quarter 54, as well as Rose Phillips‘ “attractive and intelligent” project. A peaceful neighbourhood life, with an abundance of activities that can be found throughout the year. As you can see, Rosemont is a perfect balance between home, work and leisure.

A lively and growing neighbourhood

The Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie district includes Saint-Laurent Boulevard and its many shops, bars and restaurants, as well as its skate park in Père Marquette Park.

But also popular Beaubien street, famous for its cinema but especially its unique architecture, of which the Saint-Edouard church is a part. We also think of Papineau Avenue, which leads to the popular Plateau Mont-Royal district.

As for restaurants, in Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie, it is hard not to find something to enjoy. In this growing neighbourhood, new places are opening their doors and are just waiting to be explored. Among the most renowned are the Régine Café for its hearty brunches, Chez Chose with their comforting Quebec dishes, and La Grand-mère Poule for a delicious breakfast.

And how can you not miss such must-sees as Joe Beef’s Vin Mon Lapin restaurant or Charles Antoine Crête’s Montréal Plaza. 

For lovers of cosy cafés, Rosemont is the place to be. From Café Dei Campi, which offers vegan pastries and treats, to the Kittel micro-torréfacteur or Café Hublot, there’s plenty to feast on!

A prime location

In the heart of Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie, you will appreciate the many local shops and boutiques. Whether you’re looking to fill up your wardrobe, stock up on natural cosmetics, or beautify the decoration of your home, you’ll be charmed by the choice, beauty and originality offered by the merchants in this magnificent family-friendly neighbourhood.

You should know that from the Rosemont district, it is easy to get to the oldest public market in Montreal, the Jean Talon Market, or to visit the Botanical Garden. 

Well served by public transportation, this charming neighbourhood is also pleasant to walk in. Your strolls will allow you to discover Rosemont from a new angle.

Find out more about its history here! (article in French)