Pointe-Saint-Charles seems to have all the luck these days: Located inside the true heart of the neighbourhood at a nexus point where a lot of new names have opened in recent memory (read on for another!), June Buvette is a true-to-form buvette focuses on gathering around good wine with snacks. The term ‘snacks’ doesn’t do this place from Thomas Engasser and Kevyn Houpert of La Traversée and Thomas Vernis and Patrick Marion from the Tomahawk Group justice, though: Scallop pogos, fried halibut sandwiches on potato buns, rigatoni with a PEI beef ragu, and other plates leaning decadent are light and reasonably priced for the inflationary times we’re in right now. But don’t skip drinks at this MRDK-designed spot, with cocktails like coffee-infused negronis and a lot of glou-glou ‘n’ funky wines with Italian and French focuses.

Wine Bar
June Buvette

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