Mount Royal Avenue

Mount Royal Avenue (officially in French: avenue du Mont-Royal), once named Tannery Road (French: chemin des Tanneries), is a street in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The main part of the street transects the borough of Le Plateau-Mont-Royal, from Park Avenue at the foot of Mount Royal, for which the road is named, to Frontenac St. Another section in Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie runs from Molson St. to Pie-IX Boulevard. West of Park Avenue, the road continues into Outremont (where it becomes Mount Royal Boulevard), skirting the northern rim of the mountain until Vincent d'Indy Avenue.

The western section of the avenue is the principal artery of the Plateau,[1][2] forming the southern border of the Mile End neighbourhood. Notable businesses on the street include La Binerie Mont-Royal[3] and Beauty's.[4] The Mont-Royal metro station is located at the corner of Mount Royal Ave. and Rivard St., at Place Gérald-Godin.

See also

  • 97 Mont-Royal (bus route)


  1. Linda Kay (1 November 1999). Romantic Days and Nights in Montreal: Romantic Diversions in and Around the City. Globe Pequot Press. pp. 30–. ISBN 978-0-7627-0471-2.
  2. Maria Francesca Lodico; Cynthia Kilian (1 June 2008). Montreal 2008/09. Zagat Survey. ISBN 978-1-57006-979-6.
  3. Brown, Ian. "A gourmet at the shelter". The Globe and Mail. Retrieved 28 May 2016.
  4. Lynne Kleinpeter; Jeff Siegel (March 1991). A Travel Agent's Inside Guide to Montreal. Taylor Pub. Co. ISBN 978-0-87833-729-3.

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