In Montreal right now? Check out our shortlist of bars to try in Montreal, from pubs to the fanciest cocktail bars.

The Club Cocktail – Atwater

One of the first cocktail bars on the scene in Montreal in 2016. The design of the bar is beautiful and elegant. You can taste cocktails with a southern taste. Think hibiscus, jalapeño, agave. Also, tropical vibes. It’s a well visited place so expect to arrive early.

¿Where? 514 Atwater Avenue, Montreal, Canada 


The PuB – Pamplemousse

A bar to taste beers without the typical atmosphere of an ordinary pub. In Pamplemousse fun and colour are not lacking. The selection of beers is very varied from sours to milk stouts. You can also accompany your beers with intriguing passports with influences from India and the Caribbean. A special place to taste beers, but do not forget that cocktails and wine are welcome, and quality.

¿Where? 1579 Boul St-Laurent, Montreal, Canada


The Speakeasy – The Coldroom

For more mystery, The Coldroom clandestine bar shows you the right way thanks to an illuminated patico that guides you to the bell of the bar. Once inside you can taste cocktails with seasonal ingredients. It’s a very popular place so take your precautions. Top Ten regional Tales of the Cocktail Spirited Awards 2019.

¿Where? Rue Saint Vincent, Montreal


The New Bar – Alkadémie

Alkadémie is one of the new bars that opened this year in Montreal. An experimental place, where you are received from Thursday to Sunday until 11:00 pm. One of the cocktail experts, Tao Zrafi, takes care of the creations with his free creativity. This bar is transformed according to seasons, in autumn it changes to a pop-up bar called Funk Boréale. In this version you will be able to taste cocktails with forest flavors of Quebec.

¿Where? 6484 Boul St-Laurent, Montreal


The Restaurant Bar – Club Pelikano

A sophisticated bar is located behind the Japanese-Peruvian restaurant Tiradito, Club Pelikano. It’s a very modern place with an often lively crowd, good quality cocktails, delicious hors d’oeuvres and a décor that doesn’t go unnoticed in the city, inspired by Paris’ legendary art-déco Molitor swimming pool.

¿Where? 1076 Rue de Bleury #001, Montreal


Don’t drink and drive. Enjoy responsibly.


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