The Ultimate Guide to Montreal’s Unexpected Bar Crawl According to FlightHub

What better way is there to experience Montreal’s nightlife than through the bottom of an empty glass? Read this FlightHub Review and see the best that Montreal has to offer!

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Start the night off right at L’Gros Luxe

With three locations dispersed throughout Montreal’s downtown, this quirky cheap eats is the perfect way to start your bar crawl right. Load up on their signature grilled cheese and poutine plates, or try anything else on their menu for less than $10! Beers and cocktails range from $6 to $10 and are super delicious!

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Burgundy Lion

Time to get fired up and into the swing of things. Never a dull moment at Burgundy Lion, enjoy the atmosphere of an authentic British Pub while never leaving St. Henri. Grab one of their signature cocktails (FlightHub suggests the Leo or the Lions Lemonade) or sip on some premium whiskey. With the 300 whiskeys to choose from, Burgundy Lion has the largest collection in all of Quebec. Good luck trying to narrow down your choices.

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Reservoir

When Google Maps describes this microbrewery as a “hip spot for craft brews”, you know you won’t be disappointed. With their famous and reasonably priced Cream Ale, sit down and munch on nachos or their tacos, and chat. A FlightHub pick for one of Montreal’s coziest terraces during the summer, sip on delicious microbrews while overlooking the busy street of St. Laurent Boulevard, or cozy up on their worn and matured wooden benches and pedestrian watch. Come for beers or brunch, but you’ll never be disappointed by the quality of food and beer brewed, served and consumed locally.

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Loïc

Most people don’t usually couple a wine bar with a live music venue, but Loïc and Turbo Haüs manage to seamlessly blend the two together while bring you one of the most exciting venues in Montreal. A premium wine bar without the expensive price tag, Loïc is the place for wine connoisseurs and newcomers alike. Their access to premium and imported wine doesn’t mean you’re breaking the bank either. With prices sitting comfortably at $30, enjoy a variety of charcuterie, cheese plates and much more.

Upstairs Turbo Haüs is intimate, and boasts an impressive sound system that immerses you in the experience of being at Loïc. Have your cake and eat it too at Loïc and Turbo Haüs. FlightHub asks you a serious question: What more could you want?

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Bar de Courcelle

FlightHub suggests finishing the night off right at Bar de Courcelle in St. Henri. You’ll never know what kind of music they’ll be playing, only that it’ll be the right kind for any mood. A relaxed bar with character and charm, the newly renovated space is dark lit, cozy and ready for whatever the night will bring. Open until 3 am, sit on house ales or lagers, or try some of their premium cocktails. Feel like keeping it simple? They’ve got pints of Labatt 50 for $5.50 until 8pm. What better way to hang out than with friends, good music and great drinks?

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