Discover the best top things to do in Pointe Claire, Canada including Fairview Pointe Claire, Marche de l'Ouest, Musee d'histoire et du patrimoine de Dorval, Reserve Faunique Marguerite d'Youville, Cinema Cineplex Kirkland, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue Canal, Brasserie Le Manoir - Pointeclaire, Skytag, Smiley Park, Nemesis Video game lounge / Centre de jeux Nemesis.
Restaurants in Pointe Claire
4 based on 116 reviews
Haven't been here for 30 years so I was pleasantly surprised to find a still-vibrant shopping venue offering a good selection of stores. It was bright, clean and seemed to enjoy a good amount of traffic and people seemed to be enjoying themselves.
In this age of declining malls, Fairview seems to be holding its own.
4 based on 67 reviews
Oh the pastries and treats here are to die for. Reasonably priced and so delicious. The outdoor vendors were scarce because of the season but this places rocks even more in the warmer weather. Parking can be tricky on weekends
4.5 based on 7 reviews
The Dorval Museum of Local History and Heritage is dedicated to highlighting various events and people who featured prominently in the City’s history. Located in the former coach house of the Forest and Stream Club and enriched by an atrium offering an unparalleled view of Lake Saint-Louis, the Museum combines historic cachet, innovative multimedia installations and original exhibits to offer its visitors a unique experience in the heart of Dorval’s history.
Very interesting exhibits that highlight the history of Dorval. They also have special exhibits that highlight events and things that influenced Dorval and its growth. When we were there they had a special on the Lachine Rapids and what they meant to Dorval.
The museum also talks about the English heritage that strongly influenced the culture of the area along with the French connection. Tribute is also given the peoples native to the land.
Ample parking is available. There are restrooms also inside. There are stairs that take you to he second floor. While some exhibits are in French, they do have translated transcripts available to read.
The host and hostess the day we were there were very helpful and provided some very interesting insights regarding the people in the pictures on display. Definitely worth a visit even if it isn't raining.
5 based on 35 reviews
First, a warning to folks not familiar with the area, coming from the East, without GPS: coming in through the Kahnawake reservation, there are not street signs! So study your maps carefully, because I had trouble knowing where to turn without signage.
Once there, the beginning was quite busy, with a full parking lot and lots of families with kids there to take walks, pick apples, etc. Once in the reserve with fees paid (plus tax, as always!), it was busy for the first kilometer or so with people pushing baby strollers (never advisable if you ask me, but at least here the trail at the beginning is wide/flat enough) and with little kids. Once you get past the Grande Digue it got quieter. Near North Point I saw a buck. Walking back on the east side of the island was the nicest and most quiet area. Taking the Petite Digue back, I saw 3 great egrets, many mallards, and a blue heron.
4 based on 29 reviews
There are not a lot of theatres in this area so it is nice to have this one with a number of different movies playing.
4.5 based on 140 reviews
3.5 based on 37 reviews
Well friends if you are planning to go back to Manoir for lunch or supper, you will find that some of the favorite menu items are back on but they are still not the same top quality as before the reno. The food was ok but obviously pre prepared and ordered in for cooking. The service was VERY slow and most of the evening all you heard from the kitchen was smashing plates. Not encouraging.
I would only consider the restaurant as a 3rd choice as it is no longer a Montreal pub but an American style chain joint.
Sorry to state but a great memory in the city is now gone for the almighty buck.
4 based on 29 reviews
I brought my 12 and 2 year old there. It is great for older kids, the smaller kids, though they have a section dedicated to them, older kids still run through and they could easily be knocked over or hurt. I had my son's bday there when he turned 12 and took the trampoline and laser tag package. He and his friends enjoyed both. If you do not want to go barefoot you need to buy their special socks. They are pretty cheap and worth it in my opinion.
4 based on 2 reviews
It's a nice small neighborhood park. Right next to the larger sports venue park, it has some smaller sports fields, open grassy areas, and walking sidewalks.
5 based on 6 reviews
At Nemesis, We make it our business to have the latest games and greatest titles available for play. Our center is packed with over 300 titles. From Mario Kart to Call of Duty. Nemesis has something for everyone. Check out our Game List and Latest Titles Today! Rainy Day Specials also available. NEW - Virtual Reality Experiences Now available on site!
Booked the Groupon package and was extremely pleased. Staff was so helpful and willing to let us try any of the games. I highly recommend the extra money for the virtual reality....it will blow your mind!!!
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