Explore Top Finds near Your Renaissance Hotel

Top Finds

Hand-picked recommendations from around the world.

Looking for Chinese street food in London? How about boutiques in Long Beach? Or a pop-up speakeasy in Chicago?

Throw away the guidebook and get connected to what the locals know. Whatever you want to experience on your trip, we’re plugged in and on hand to help you explore the neighborhood.

Our Navigators have curated a list of some of the most fascinating ‘must do’ experiences from each of our Hotels’ neighborhoods.

We’ve collected memorable must-sees for every one of our destinations around the globe, giving you the inside scoop on the best each Renaissance Hotel location has to offer.


3Sixty Restaurant & Bar

Upscale, but casual environment offering the best in comfort foods with 360° views of Oklahoma City
This spot offers the ultimate comfort food while providing an excellent dining experience. Start off with their Shrimp & Gouda dip served in a hot bread bowl. From there, move onto the Dry Rubbed Prime Pork Chop and add some Old-Fashioned Green Beans, just like mom use to make! Don't forget dessert; a must try is their 3Sixty Bread Pudding, featuring the famous Okarche Cinnamon rolls. Yummy!
Address: 5900 Mosteller Drive, Oklahoma City, 73112, OK, USA
Phone: +405.418.7686
Opening hours: 4pm - 10pm Mon - Sat
Website: 3sixtyokc.com
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Else's

Pair local craft brews with comfort food served with a gourmet twist at this conversation-friendly pub that's won the heart of locals.
Simple, inviting and friendly, Else's has everything you could want in a local pub. The low-lit square space enclosed by oversize windows looks out onto the busy street and allows plenty of people-watching opportunities. While the Norwegian founder, Else, is no longer alive, the mantle is ably assumed by Elliott Smith (her son) and partner Claude Pires, who've worked to retain the pub's original spirit and bonhomie. Though small, the expertly-manned kitchen run by Marielvi Falvino serves up moreish plates of house-made sausages, pork tacos, and mini quinoa burgers that pack a flavor-packed punch, served alongside an extensive beverage list. Stop by to discover why regulars and critics alike refer to Else's as "the Gem of the Plateau!"
Address: 156 rue Roy Est, Montreal, H2W 1M2, QC, Canada
Phone: +1 514 286 6689
Opening hours: Sunday to Saturday from 12:00 PM to 03:00 AM
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N Sur Mackay

Nostalgic cocktails served with a unique twist make for the perfect apéro at this stylish speakeasy in the city's iconic Golden Square Mile.
This subterranean bar isn't easy to spot, serving in-the-know Montrealers handcrafted cocktails with flair, and is worth searching out. Inspired by 1920s Prohibition era, this bar is inviting with its low lighting, Art Deco furniture, and crystal chandeliers illuminating brick-lined interiors. Creative mixology teamed with a true appreciation for classic libations offers a menu of perfectly-orchestrated Manhattans and bespoke concoctions. Whiskey connoisseurs can opt for a tumbler of single malt or rare whiskey from their carefully curated list; the eclectic collection spans everything from Glenlivet to Mackmyra. Try the cocktail of the week and unwind in style.
Address: 1244 rue Mackay, Montreal, H3G 2H4, QC, Canada
Phone: +1 514 938 1244
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 05:00 PM to 03:00 AM
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Le Sainte-Élisabeth

This lively pub offers multiple spaces to unwind after a long day, including an ivy-walled verdant terrace. There is often live music too.
This two-story pub features cozy fire-warmed interiors that open out onto a hidden elevated terrace. Mingle with fellow patrons over pints of home-brewed Ste-Élisabeth on the bustling first floor as the strains of light jazz set the backdrop for quiet conversations. During summer, the outdoor patio is a popular venue for Montrealers to gather and socialize and in winter patrons move to the glassed-in balcony with garden views. From on-tap beers to premium single malts and global wines, the beverage list is comprehensive. Pair your drink with small plates and relax in this pub's unique environs in the city's quaint historic district.
Address: 1412 Sainte-Élisabeth Street, Ville-Marie, Montreal, H2X 3C6, QC, Canada
Phone: +1 514 286 4302
Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 04:00 AM to 03:00 AM,Saturday to Sunday from 06:00 PM to 03:00 PM
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Marché Jean-Talon

Sign up for creative workshops and classes at this vibrant market filled with artisan bakeries, fromageries, florists, épiceries, and more.
One of North America's biggest public markets, the Marché Jean-Talon is a Montreal institution. Established in 1933, the market was originally called "Marché du Nord" before it was renamed after Jean Talon, the first Intendant of New France. The year-round market has a wide variety of vendors and offers a glimpse of the city's eclectic cultural milieu. This is one of the best places to purchase local fruit and vegetables, handcrafted gourmet products, house-made preserves, and the must-try maple syrup pie, a winter speciality. A smorgasbord of colors, scents, and flavors await you here. Explore this dynamic venue with a quaint village atmosphere - it's a foodie haven.
Address: 7070 rue Henri-Julien, Corner of Henri-Julien and Jean-Talon, Montreal, H2S 3A3, QC, Canada
Phone: +1 514 937 7754
Opening hours: Monday to Wednesday from 07:00 AM to 06:00 PM,Thursday to Friday from 07:00 AM to 08:00 PM,Saturday from 07:00 AM to 06:00 PM,Sunday from 07:00 AM to 05:00 PM