If you're getting a late start to the evening, no worries - the kitchen is open 'til late. Where else can you order booze by the liter and have it served to you in a mason jar? They have one of the largest whiskey collections in Quebec of which you can sample with their tasting set, including three different glasses of selected whiskey. About Montreal Montreal is Canada's second largest city. Up here you get lovely sights of the Old Port and St. Served in both glass and pitchers, you can choose from red, white, melon or bubbly.
Get there: A top spot for soccer football fans and French expats in particular, but showcasing other sports games as well -rugby, if you're lucky- Avenue du Parc's Bar Monsieur Ricard serves a slew of drinks featuring pastis as well as baguette sandwiches and assorted bar fare. The ambiance is sultry with dimly lit, oversize paper lanterns hanging from from the ceiling. This is a chic place to hit up for a date night. Headed up by Nader Chabaane with a menu organized around flavour profile instead of base spirit, and has found loopholes in Quebec's restrictive liquor laws, allowing the bar to barrel-age its own Negronis, amidst a host of exceedingly creative libations. The city is also a center for major international events and festivals. Also, you get jars of goldfish crackers to snack on while you drink. This New Orleans-themed bar offers great drinks all for under 10.
Sometimes, however, it can be difficult to choose just which bar to hit up this weekend. The red leather-lined decor and atmosphere are unbeatable for anyone looking for a new take on the sports bar experience. The atmosphere is classic Cuba, with beautiful tiles, dark wood, and a stunning chandelier. The company recently announced Canada's Best New Bars of 2018 and of course not one, but two bars from Montreal made the cut! Chez Serge is the Montreal sports bar for local scenesters and nightlife butterflies who really love sports, especially hockey. Alternatively, you could try a pairing of champagne and foie gras, ice wine and chocolate, or porto and cheese. Djs on Saturdays and the place stays open until 3 am.
Photo credit: Brutopia Brew Pub Free live music on a weekly basis!? You can watch the full documentary about it on. Tokyo Bar is a fun, pretentious-free space, caterings to an international party set. It is often said that Montreal is the city with the most French-speaking people in the world after Paris. Watch out: it gets crowded. For a taste of what Montréal offers, visit , which is known for its inventive cocktails, or lounge about in and discover the ambience that 10Best users appreciate.
This year, the annual rankings from include the country's , and wow do we ever want a cocktail now. This is a place where the younger Montreal party elit gathers every weekend to party and and have a good time. It's open Wednesday to Sunday evenings from 10pm. This low-key spot is a hidden gem within the Notre-Dame-de-Grâce neighborhood of Montreal. Paul Street in the other.
Schwartz's it the most famous with queues going round the block. It has a really friendly atmosphere with an outdoor drinking area during the warmer months and a large dancing area inside. Every local gay guy we met told us we have to visit a gay strip bar at least once in Montreal. This map hones in on new bars, restaurants with solid beverage programs, and even older spots shaking up their menus and venues. The French culture mixed with the American way of living is a good combination on the rooftops. Most are both and are open until 3am due to the licensing laws.
It's a great place to come for lunch or coffee during the day — we recommend their delicious mac and cheese. The interior has ample room for getting your groove on to techno and hip-hop, but if you're not a dancer don't let that deter you. But alongside the newbies are mainstays like La Distillerie and The Emerald Hotel, equally worth your attention. Feast on a number of succulent Mediterranean-style dishes before dancing the hours away to popular house beats. Every menu explains how strong and or sweet your drink will be. This lounge and restaurant offers an impressive wine bar, local and international beers and a nice set of house cocktails. This is our gay guide to Montreal featuring the best bars, clubs, hotels and things to do, following our visit during the in August 2017.
Especially on a Sunday afternoon when you're nursing a hangover… For more, check out our. The W is a luxury design-driven hotel, located in the Banque du Canada building in Old Montreal. In their places, please welcome rum-focused Broken Coconut, the newest outpost of Saint-Houblon, the inter stellar Milky Way, and chic hotel bar Les Cousins. Serving lunch, dinner, crafted cocktails, a large selection of wines and everything in between, the roof terraces is stylish and modern in decoration. Canada's 100 Best Restaurants Toronto's Alo is ranked the No.
Drinks include refreshing Spanish fizz cocktails made with crystalline, hand-carved brick ice, cava and your choice of vermouth. They also have an fascinating display of outdoor exhibitions in front of the museum and along the main road outside, which is worth checking out. Don't be put off by its status as a hotel bar located in the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth , new arrival Nacarat has one of the. Rooftop bars Montreal A complete guide to the 4 best rooftop bars in Montreal in 2019. In addition, the gay pride parade passes right outside the front door of the Fairmont, so you can watch it from the comfort of their outdoor terrace with a birds eye view. From whisky and cigar bars to great dance music of all stripes to romantic patios and rooftops, you'll find your perfect lounge experience in Montreal.