Viva Montreal!

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Crescent Street (French: rue Crescent) is a southbound street located in downtown Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Running perpendicular to Saint Catherine Street, Crescent Street descends from Sherbrooke Street south to René-Lévesque Boulevard. Crescent is home to many who visit Montreal looking for great restaurants and nightlife. The strip between St Catherines and Sherbrooke boasts many restaurants and bars as well as clubs for those visiting downtown Montreal this holiday season.

Crescent Street is a popular attraction for both tourists and locals alike. North of De Maisonneuve Boulevard, one can find many luxury boutiques and art galleries in a Victorian architectural setting. To the south of De Maisonneuve the concentration of nightclubs, bars and restaurants makes Crescent Street one of Montreal’s most well-known nightlife strips. Saint-Laurent Street became a boulevard in 1905 and is affectionately referred to as The Main by many Montrealers. It serves as the city’s physical division of east and west. Street numbers begin at Saint-Laurent and continue outward, with street names being suffixed by Ouest (West) or Est (East), depending on their orientation. Entrance to Montreal’s Chinatown, Saint-Laurent and René Lévesque Boulevard.

Saint-Laurent Street divides Montreal by language, ethnicity, and class. Saint-Laurent Street was for generations the symbolic dividing line for the city, with the predominantly English-speaking population to the west, French-speaking population to the east, and immigrant communities in between along the Main and Park Avenue. The Main runs through many of Montreal’s ethnic communities, a first stop for immigrant communities for over 100 years — initially Jewish, Chinese and Italian, and later Portuguese, Greek, Arab, Haitian and others. Old Montreal (French: Vieux-Montréal) is the oldest area in the city of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, dating back to New France.

Old Montreal is located in the borough of Ville-Marie, the area is usually thought of as being bounded to the west by McGill St., to the north by Ruelle des Fortifications, to the east by Saint Hubert St., and to the south by the Saint Lawrence River. Following recent amendments, the district has been expanded slightly to include the rue des Soeurs Grises to the west, Saint Antoine St. to the north and the Saint Hubert Street in the east. It also includes the Old Port of Montreal. Most of Old Montreal was declared an historic district in 1964 by the Ministère des Affaires culturelles du Québec. These are just a few of the popular tourist destinations in Montreal where visitors come to enjoy the wonderful day and night life that this great city has to offer.

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Montreal During The Holiday’s

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Montreal was referred to as “Canada’s Cultural Capital” by Monocle Magazine. The city is Canada’s center for French-language television productions, radio, theater, film, multimedia and print publishing. The Quartier Latin is a neighborhood crowded with cafes animated by this literary and musical activity. Montreal’s many cultural communities have given it a distinct local culture.

As a North American city, Montreal shares many of the cultural features characteristics of the other metropolis on the continent, including representations in all traditional manifestation of high culture, a long-lasting tradition of jazz and rock music, and tentative experimentation in visual arts, theater, music, and dance. Yet, being at the confluence of the French and the English traditions, Montreal has developed a unique and distinguished cultural face in the world. Another distinctive characteristic of Montreal’s cultural life is to be found in the animation of its downtown, particularly during summer, prompted by cultural and social events, or festivals. During the Holiday’s this City really comes alive with visitors from all over the world as well as locals returning to spend time with family and friends.

The Montreal night life really comes alive this time of year with many Bars, Restaurants, Clubs and local hot spots coming alive with events and parties. Because of the friendly culture and European type of atmosphere Montreal attracts visitors from all over the world during the Holiday’s. Here at it will be our first Christmas in Montreal and it is our goal to help our visitors find all that is Hot, Hip, and Happening in and around the City. From local pubs, lounges, or if you are in the mood to sip on some cider and listen to some jazz music we help you know where to find it and what’s going on. provides a wide variety of venues for all different types of tastes from fine dining to casual eateries and late night cafes Montreal is the city for going out and meeting new people so if you are planning to visit Montreal during the Holiday’s let us help you find a great going out experience to cater to your mood.

Tis the season to be jolly!

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Hello Holiday visitors and welcome to this is the season to be jolly and shopping is going into over drive for this Holiday season and once the shopping is finished for the day you will probably want to find a great lounge, bar or restaurant to kick back and have a drink at with friends and family well we have a great selection of wonderful bars and restaurants for you to choose from. From Crescent street to Old Montreal to Saint Laurent we have found many great establishements that will cater to your socializing and dining out needs. will guide you through the Montreal night life. Montreal is a city full of culture and rich history boasting more than 5000 eateries it is truly a city for socializing. Looking for a light lunch or a wonderful gourmet dinner, well take a look at what we have to offer. is a site which takes out visitors from the day right into the late night. Sadie is our host and it is her job to Tweet, Blog and review all of the hot spots in and around beautiful downtown Montreal with such a large selection of bars and restaurants in and around Montreal it is hard to find the type of establishment that you might be looking for and so our site provides a snap shot of some of the City’s best spots. From Winnie’s to Pino’s on Crescent St and Factory bar to Muzique on Saint Laurent is your one stop for all that is hip and happening in and around beautiful downtown Montreal. Montreal contains everything that you could ever wish for; in terms of language, culture, food and entertainment, no city is richer.

With its great array of European Architecture, few cities in the world are as photogenic. It is a town of many faces, all of them Striking, Styling and Friendly. Montreal is a city with a life of it’s own; there is always a new hot spot, fashions change on a daily basis, to the point where it can be hard to keep up. But one thing is for sure, from the dazzling array of cutting-edge cocktails, fun party people and no shortage of hot spots for everyone and every taste, we do our best here at to find your ideal venue for a wonderful night out in this great city.

Entering the holiday season blog!

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Hello and once again welcome to while we have only been around for a relatively short period of time we have been extremely well received by the wonderful downtown Montreal night life establishments. From clubs to lounges and bars to restaurants we have managed to compile a variety of Montreal’s best for visitors to this wonderful City of ours. We are now entering the holiday season which will have many parties and events around the city and it is our mission to let visitors coming into the city know about as many of them as possible. Montreal is a destination for the young and old both those seeking a cultural experience to those looking to party till the wee hours of the morning. Montreal is also home to some of the most diverse cultures around the globe boasting some of the best restaurants in North America here at we aim to help guide you and your guests to these wonderful establishments. boasts upwards of 30,000 hits per month and growing, what this means is that there is allot of interest in Montreal as a destination for travelers coming to Canada while we like to promote Montreal nightlife we also promote responsible drinking and throughout the holidays we will add a few car services for those who have had a bit of fun during the evening and need to get home safely. So if you are new to the city and looking for a great bar, club, restaurant or sushi bar to spend the evening at, then let us guide you through the wonderful mase of fun which is Montreal.


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First of all, we apologize to all our visitors who have been reading our blogs religiously, that we have not posted anything lately. On the other hand our twitter accounts have gone wild! We have so much activity going on here and many of the top clubs in Montreal have been added on our site and this is just the beginning. In a very short time frame in the very near future we promise our visitors to give them a greater and more complete picture of Montreal by adding many of the top notch restaurants, bars, clubs, lounges and events to our site.

As the saying goes; a cherry on the sundae, here at Bar Montreal we added our own cherry, but this time with a tilt! Much more new information is about to come, but for now just check out our new additions to the site.

Club Lambi: Lambi is a delicious sea food, but also an instrument that has been around centuries in the carribean Islands and was primarily used for celebrations or in time of urgencies to gather the nations. This instrument gathers all types of music from Pop, Rock, Ska, Techno and many more.
For a night of musical celebration and experience live bands at various occasions during the week go to Lambi.

Light Ultra Club: Located on the trendy Crescent street, if you are looking to experience a stylish and fun and pleasurable night, with Light Ultra club you got the right address. Looking for and edge to your party life then just kick off your week-end with Light Ultra Club and check it at

Bains Douches: You are looking for something that is above and beyond what you have experienced, you are searching for that star-studded crowds. Bains Douches is the pinnacle of the senses: delightment, sensuality, rapture and bliss. Just hang on for the ultimate experience that Montreal has to offer.

Take care everyone and just keep watching how Bar Montreal is about to transform how and where the beautiful people visiting Montreal go and let it loose!


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Halloween! What does it really mean for you all. Here are some interesting beliefs that we would like to share with all of our visitors and readers of our blogs at . Some of the most common beliefs held today are one that it is a Celtic tradition, secondly that Jack-O-Lanterns are meant to light the way for wayward spirits to the beyond and costumes or other scary paraphernalia are used to scare away “evil” spirits. Where most people disagree is in the nature of the worship performed by the Celts. Some believe it was a tribute to the “God” of the dead or underworld called “Samhain”,but pronounced as Sow-wen. Some right wing christians believe that there was human sacrifice involved, and that “treats” were given to buy the favour of the celtic druids, so as not to come to harm.

Others believe that it refers to the celtic new year. The end of the old year fell on what is October 30, and the new year started on November 1. October 31, then, was thought to be a day “in limbo” when the laws of nature and physics were suspended, thus the dead could walk the Earth. On this “limbo” day, people were encouraged to act in a chaotic way, and thus young ruffians wandered the streets causing mischief, or begging for food door to door.

There is also some confusion caused by the fact that the Catholic church celebrates the Feast of All Saints over a three day period which includes October 31. The word Halloween is a contraction of All Hallows Eve, a holy night which fell before All Saints Day.

No matter where you stand, but if you are out there to party then be ready because Bar Montreal is just about to reveal you some of the venues that will make your night go even crazier. Here are some of the clubs, bars, restaurants  that I strongly recommend to you guys to try-out over the week-end.

On Friday the 29 of October:  Maskerade Ball with Carl Cox, Fedde Le Grand & Joachim Garraud
PEPSI FORUM (AMC) – Montreal
Friday, October 29, 2010
Halloween Friday 2010 @ 1234
1234 – Montreal
Friday, October 29, 2010
Tonic Club Lounge – Montreal
Friday, October 29, 2010
Party Animal
Ivy Nightclub – Montreal
Friday, October 29, 2010
On Saturday the 30 of OctoberHalloween 2010 @ Time Supper Club
Time Supper Club – Montreal
Saturday, October 30, 2010
Halloween 2010 @ La Mouche
La Mouche – Montreal
Saturday, October 30, 2010
Halloween 2010 @ Moomba Supperclub
Moomba Supperclub – Montreal
Saturday, October 30, 2010
Halloween 2010 @ Bains Douches
Bains Douches – Montreal
Saturday, October 30, 2010
Halloween 2010 @ Bell Center
Bell Center – Montreal
Saturday, October 30, 2010
Halloween 2010 @ Le Cavalier Maxime
Le Cavalier Maxime – Montreal
Saturday, October 30, 2010
Night Of The Living Dead
Tonic Club Lounge – Montreal
Saturday, October 30, 2010
Entourage Halloween 2010 @ Club Entourage
Club Entourage – Montreal
Saturday, October 30, 2010


Vamp Vamp
Muzique – Montreal
Sunday, October 31, 2010

SO ALL OF YOU PARTY ANIMALS DON’T MISS OUT ON THIS ONE ON THE LAST DAY OF HALLOWEEN…SEE YOU THERE….AFTER YOUR WEEK-END WRITE YOUR REVEIS ON if you have visited any of the bars or clubs we have suggested you. Share your stories on our review section. Can’t wait to hear bakc from you.

Here’s a little fact.

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The most spoken language at home in the city of Montreal is French by 56.9% of the population, followed by English at 18.6% as of 2006 census. The official language of Montreal is French as defined by the city’s charter. Montreal is the second largest primarily French-speaking city in the world, after Paris. Although a few francophone African cities are bigger in size, notably Kinshasa, and Abidjan, these cities have fewer mother-tongue French speakers. While Montreal is situated right in the center of Canada it derives it’s culture and style from various regions of Europe. This makes this City an Ideal destination for people living in North America to experience a bit of guilt free drinking and eating that Montrealers all share. And it also give Europeans who are traveling to North America a feeling of home away from home.

During the period of Prohibition in the United States, Montreal became well known as one of North America’s “sin cities” with unparalleled nightlife, a reputation it still holds today. In part, its bustling nightlife is attributed to its relatively late “last call” (3 a.m.), a large university population, the drinking age of 18, and the excellent public transportation system combines with other aspects of the Montreal culture to make the city’s night life unique. The diversity of the clubs in Montreal attests to the popularity of its night life, with night clubs, pubs, bars and singing bars (“boîte à chanson”), Latin clubs, African clubs, jazz clubs, lounges, after-hours houses, and Dance clubs all attracting different types of customers. was a concept that marries the internet to visitors to our fair city. The aim of the website is so that people looking for a certain type of evening can have an internet guild showing them where to find what. Boasting 45,000 hits per month we are pretty sure that will help allot of visitors find the type of experiences that they are looking for while visiting Montreal.

Montreal is consistently rated as one of the world’s most livable cities, was called “Canada’s Cultural Capital” by Monocle Magazine and recently was named a UNESCO City of Design. The most active parts during Montreal night life are the Downtown and the Quartier Latin. Saint-Denis, which goes across the Quartier Latin, attracts a majority of the French-speaking population. Saint-Laurent (known locally as “the Main”) is also one of the most popular streets. A majority of English-speaking Montrealers frequent the western part of the Downtown, with Crescent Street being one of the most popular streets in this sector. These three streets are all crossed by Downtown’s most commercial street, Sainte-Catherine Street, which extends to its East in the heart of Montreal gay night life. will attempt to help visitors find what they are looking for. Headed up by Faisal Choudhry President of business development we are confident that this site will become mandatory viewing before you make your next visit to this fair City.

Montreal Night Life

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The City With The Greatest Night Life.