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You cannot miss these ten best bars of Montreal city

In this list we bring you the ten best bars in Montreal, for all tastes and styles: wine, beer, classic cocktails or handcrafted.

 

El Pequeño

El pequeño bar was nominated as one of Canada’s best bars on Canada’s Best New Bars list 2018. It is indeed the smallest bar and offers a variety of Cuban-style cocktails.

401a Rue Saint Vincent, Montréal, QC H2Y 3A4, Canada

 

Nhau Bar

Another of Montreal’s bars that made it onto Canada’s Best New Bars list 2018. In this two-story restaurant you can taste the exquisite oriental food of the Há restaurant and delicious drinks such as Pandan Sour: rum with pandan, -a plant whose vanilla flavor makes it incomparable-, kombu and lemon.

600 Rue William, Montréal, QC H3C 1N6, Canada

 

Córdova

If you want to go straight for classic cocktails, Córdova Bar is a good place for this craving. Negroni, Old Fashioned, Martini, the one you are looking for is a safe choice.

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4606 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Montréal, QC H4C 1S4, Canada

 

Brasserie Harricana

Looking for a brewery? Excellent for focusing on beer, Brasserie Harricana offers craft seasonal beers. You can’t miss the flight of beers: four different beers served in 5 ounces glasses for a perfect tasting.

95 Rue Jean-Talon, Montreal, QC H2R 2W8, Canada

 

Le Vin Papillon

And as we think of everything, at Le Vin Papillon you will find what you need for a wine tasting. The place specializes in wines from every corner of the world and you can also dine on site, taste dishes from a menu in constant change.

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2519 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Montréal, QC H3J 1N4, Canada

 

Flyjin

If you want to transport yourself in Asia, there’s Flyjin. In this bar you can taste seasonal cocktails prepared with Asian ingredients and flavors such as sake, plum wine, Japanese whiskey and soju, the Korean vodka.

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417 Rue Saint-Pierre, Montréal, QC H2Y 2M4, Canada

 

Alexandraplatz Bar

In search of something different no doubt Alexandraplatz Bar has it. Here you can only enjoy their original cocktails during the beautiful season as they call it, starting in April, during the summer, until the end of autumn. Their menu is small but complete and with a good selection of wines and non-alcoholic drinks. Great choice for a different night.

6731 Avenue de l’Esplanade, Canada

 

Bar Pamplemousse

Cider, cocktails and beer. A selection of over 20 beers is available at the Pamplemousse, and its long tap at the bar will reveal it. A bar that is said to be fresh because of both its name and its decoration. Stout, ale, sour, chocolate, fruity, it is up to you to choose.

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1579 Boulevard St. Laurent, Montreal, Canada

 

Henrietta

This bar is a little piece of Portugal in Montreal. Therefore we will understand naturally that they propose a good selection of Portuguese wines and of the old continent. Cocktails are tropical with Caribbean flavours.

115 Avenue Laurier O, Montréal, QC H2T 2N6, Canada

 

Big In Japan bar

A Japanese theme in this bar that offers a large selection of Japanese spirits, including whisky Suntory Toki, and cocktails with names dedicated to the country of the rising sun, such as Tokyo Mule. Classic cocktails don’t go unnoticed here either.

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4175 Boul St-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2W 1Y7, Canada

 

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Don’t drink and drive. Enjoy responsibly.