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Chic and classy, L'Abreuvoir pub is your answer to a chilled out place, where you can relax with your friends and colleagues. Offering choicest variety of liquors and wines, this venue can accommodate a decent crowd and is mainly overcrowded on weekends. The best thing about this place is that it features a terrace that offers a stunning view of the surrounding area. This pub serves some delectable snacks like Chicken Wings and Pizza, apart from exotic cocktails. You can watch your favorite matches on the seven television screens indoors or listen to some awesome live music played by the bands. There are plenty of events happening here at all times, so join in the fun! Whether you're the one to relax and enjoy your beer or the kind to shake it up to the DJ beats, L'Abreuvoir caters to both kinds of audiences.
Being in the heart of Montreal's bar scene makes good sense for this Irish haven. Folks come for imported draft beer from the old country and the ultra pubby atmosphere, which is set in a beautiful stone building with several working fireplaces. Most of the warmth comes from the live traditional Celtic music, Irish whiskeys and highland single malts. A solid pub grub menu is offered as well (Bookie's Special steak sandwich on baguette). The clientele is made up mostly of locals, but outsiders are more than welcome and are quickly accepted into the clan.
If you are looking to hang around with well-known local sports personalities, musicians, actors, journalists and politicians, you have come to the right place. At the same time, this is a European-style neighborhood pub where truly everyone knows your name. In the middle of Montreal's famous bar strip, the pub specializes in imported beer on tap. The ambiance is spirited and can sometimes get intense, with lively debates ranging from politics to sports. Have your wits about you when you go!
Come here to sample Jean Francois Gravel's brewed creations. The name might not be familiar but the beer speaks quality. With other ales like Blond Ale, Extra Special Bitter, Cream Ale, India Pale Ale, Belgian Wit, and more, you're insured a swell time. The pub has ample seating and their Happy hour, which is between 3p-7p, sees regulars, travelers, students, professionals, and others, who don't mind downing a pint early in the evening.
The quintessential English-country pub, Bishop and Bagg is where you need to head for a true taste of Great Britain. The pub has an impressive selection of native drafts, ales, whiskeys and other signature cocktails. Along with scrumptious bar-bites, the pub also serves traditional brunch specialties such as the Rueben sandwich, French Toast, Michelin Chicken and the Full English, just to name a few. With a focus on keeping it simple, the Bishop and Bagg promises to offer the real English pub experience, which seems evasive these days.
Civilized even by Notre-Dame-de-Grâce's high standards, Ye Olde Orchard Pub, a well-known watering hole offers imported and micro brewed beer, friendly service and superior pub grub. The menu offers authentic Irish appetizers and entrees while remaining kind to the pocketbook. There is live Irish music every night, lots of snug booths for intimate conversations and the sort of neighborhood charm one rarely finds downtown.