The rich heritage of Notre-Dame street in Lachine, the birthplace of industrialization in Canada, gives it a unique character. Follow La Belle Dame de Lachine Facebook page to stay abreast of the upcoming events and activities on this street.
Thanks to the initiative of the Lachine borough and PME MTL West-Island, several businesses have joined the revitalization movement of this historical street. The financial support they received ensures their success and that of the revitalization project.
DISCOVER THESE BUSINESSES AND SEE WHAT MAKES THEM DISTINCTIVE!
Bar L’Hôtel de Ville
The Bar L’Hôtel de Ville (HDV), located at 900 Notre-Dame street, is established since 1992. Combining a neighborhood bar and restaurant, it is the first bar to have joined that revitalization movement on Notre-Dame street.
The establishment notably received a $30,000 grant from the Renouveau Notre-Dame Program. Open every day, the Bar L’Hôtel de Ville is a choice gathering place which offers clients a lunch table d’hôte, an evening menu, as well as a weekend brunch. You must try their tapas, fried calamari, tartars, stuffed mushroom and reinvented poutine!
To discover what HDV has to offer, follow their Facebook page.
GLUP, located at 1238 Notre-Dame street in Lachine, is a company that designs and sells accessories made in Quebec for infants and children. It brings to the revitalization movement a boutique which distinguishes itself by its enchanting décor and a commercial offering that includes a mix of Quebec-based artisan creations, décor accessories and objects sure to please the whole family, not to mention GLUP-BÉBÉ collection.
The boutique received a $30,000 grant from the Renouveau Notre-Dame Program enabling it to anchor itself in the community as THE destination for an original gift!
IMAGINAMI, located at 1260 Notre-Dame street in Lachine, is a boutique workshop where designer and founder Sandra Bean creates lasting friendships, incredible stories and, above all, unforgettable memories for little ones. IMAGINAMI products are a slew of coquettish characters and snuggly objects created and made locally.
With retail points everywhere in Quebec, the company received a $30,000 grant from the
Renouveau Notre-Dame Program to bring its creative touch to the revitalization movement.