Montreal is especially famous for a few specific things. Whether it’s poutine, French culture, or something else, ground zero for everything Montreal is the rink downtown on a Saturday night watching the Montreal Canadiens play hockey. While going to a game is often the start of a great night out, counting on an expensive hockey game to kick off your night is risky.
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Crescent Street Bars
Then choose your own adventure book of Montreal bar scenes. Located between Ste. Catharine and Rene Levesque on Crescent Street, this downtown strip ranges from seedy to exquisite within a few metres. Want an Irish Pub? There’s one there. Brew Pubs with unique beers? Yup. Ageless dive bars featuring dollar beer nights? You bet. In addition to bars, you can grab great slices, poutine, and hit up a dec all within a one minute walk. You wanna push the envelope, this is the place to be.
Recommended Stops: Mad Hatters, Crobar, Hurley’s Irish Pub
A recently built-up area in Montreal, St-Henri is the new hot spot in the city. You can start your night at any of the awesome restaurants on this drag including Campanelli, The Tuck Shop, or AA. Once you’ve eaten there are a few bars worth checking out, but none as great as Loic. Whether downstairs for a refined night out at the aforementioned Loic, or upstairs at Turbo Haus to randomly check out a punk show or DJ night, this one stop shop for good times is the hot spot to check out in St-Henri.
Recommended Stops: Loic, Campanelli, AA, Miracle Pizza
Considered the hipster quadrant of Montreal, The Plateau may lack some character, but makes up for it in quantity of places to check out. Whether its hanging out in one of the seemingly endless number of parks in the area, or cautiously pub crawling down Mont Royal, The Plateau has endless restaurants, bars, and clubs to check out.
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