Oregon bar à vin

Fine wines and market cuisine now on boulevard Curé-Labelle!

It is hard to imagine a fine cuisine in this charmless commercial sector of Sainte-Rose. Yet this is the challenge that faced five founders by opening their wine bar in a strip mall typical of this well-known boulevard. Involved in the creation of both the space and the cuisine, the young associates managed to create a restaurant in their very personnal image: chic, casual and unpretentious. Indeed, the meals are now the main focus, thanks to the classical design that reveals the real ingredients of the restaurant: the selection of wines at the bar and the preparation of dishes in the kitchen. With its leather benches, used bistro chairs and reclaimed furniture, it would seem that the charming wine bar has always existed. A future gastronomic classic of Montreal’s North Shore? Who knows! Long live Oregon!


L. McComber – architecture vivante


Olivier Lord, Laurent McComber


Inframax Construction Inc., Antoine Landry





Sainte-Rose, Laval, Québec


1 720 sf