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Nightlife

Within Walking Distance of our Bed & Breakfast

House of Jazz

A decadent, authentically jazzy atmosphere, House of Jazz won’t disappoint with posh, vintage-inspired décor and spectacular live music. Enjoy fine dining and cocktails amidst ambient surroundings.
Downtown: McGill Metro (map)

Just for Laughs

Located just a 14 minute walk from our University B&B, Just For Laughs is the comedy capital of Canada, attracting millions of visitors to its month-long Comedy Festival every July. Whether you are catching A-List comedians at the festival or at any time of the year, this is a tourist attraction that’s sure to only be cheesy in a good way.
Downtown: Saint-Laurent Metro (map)

Montréal en Lumiére (Montreal Highlights) Festival

Every February, Montreal lightens up the dragging winter blues with Montréal en Lumiére, one of the largest winter festivals in the world. Located in the Quartier de Spectacles, it celebrates the entertainment and culinary comfort that get us Montrealers through the winter months. Warm up your taste buds with culinary events that combine the artistry of top chefs from Montreal and around the world and watch stages heat up with music, theatre, dance, circus art, and more!
Downtown: Place Des Arts / Place D’Armes / Saint-Laurent Metro (map)

Pullman

Trendy wine bar Pullman is ideal for a 5-7, a late-night tapas mission, or any night out on the town. It has a very chic ambiance and layout, with many individually designed chambers. Pullman boasts a comprehensive wine menu, punctuated by a fitting selection of appetizers to compliment your drink of choice.
Downtown: McGill Metro (map)

Dominion Square Tavern

Feel like you’ve stepped back in time as you step through the doors of the Dominion Square Tavern, where, once you’ve stopped gaping at the vintage scene around you, you will definitely want to take off your coat and stay a while. Aside from looking just plain spiffy—this local gem specializes in serving delicious drinks prepared the old fashioned way, with none of that watered down business. They also have a flare for elevating ordinary dishes to sumptuous heights, thanks to the skill of their staff.
Downtown: Peel Metro (map)

Upstairs

One of the finest jazz venues in town, Upstairs generally attracts a mature crowd, and is the perfect choice for those of you who are on your second honeymoon (or would like to feel as though you are!). Be enthralled by jaw-droppingly amazing jazz set to the backdrop of truly inspired décor, featuring charming wood panels, exposed brick walls, and a snazzy bar. If that isn’t romantic enough, there are great martinis here, too! Reservations are recommended, as seating gets pretty tight.
Downtown: McGill Metro (map)

Crescent Street

You won’t have properly experienced Montreal nightlife until you have taken a late-night gander up Crescent Street, which though is busy all year round, offers especially hopping terraces in the summer. Here are a couple of Crescent Street highlights to get you started:

  • Sir Winston Churchill Pub: Gigantic and famous Crescent street staple. A good place to stop in for a sandwich and beer.
  • Stogies: Have an authentic Montreal experience in one of the few last places in the city where patrons can smoke (cigars only!). Good selection of martinis and authentic Cuban cigars.

Downtown: Guy-Concordia Metro (map)

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