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One of the most important after-hours clubs and DJ venues in the country, this small, state-of-the-art spot boasts an ergonomically designed dance floor and a sound system unequaled on the continent. Regular DJs include Alain Vinet, Mark Anthony and David Morales, but Stereo also attracts top-touring DJs like Paul Oakenfold. Expect long lines and dress to impress, as the doormen can be very picky.
Voted the best gay and lesbian club in 2006, this hotspot is more intense and more popular than ever. With three floors and theme rooms, the mammoth club has a VIP section, a beautiful rooftop terrace and various lounges. Top 40 hits, hip hop and the hottest house music keeps this place hopping Thursday through Saturday.
This legendary jazz club occupies a particularly bleak corner in downtown Montreal, but the atmosphere inside (and on the terrace in summer) is anything but cold. Patrons feast on barbecued chicken, ribs and other pub-grub favorites while relaxing to the tunes of any number of local jazz outfits. It isn't cheap, it's more than a little touristy, the jazz is hardly cutting-edge and on weekends it can be impossibly crowded.
Time Supper Club is one of the most happening destinations in downtown Montreal. A fabulous nightspot, Time Supper's exquisiteness catches your eye the moment you step in. To add to the external sophistication, is the stupendous collection of wines and spirits, along with delicious pub meals. In the late hours of the night, Time Supper is a favorite hunting ground for celebs, fashion stars and the who's who of Montreal. As the DJ belts out hot numbers, bottle service prevails at the lounge bar. Time Supper Club provides a complete clubbing experience. Have a blast!
A small first-floor bar and stage plus a second-floor concert hall forms the double venue for this student hangout. The music is mostly blues and rock, which can be heard every night of the week. The cover charge is minimal and varies according to the scheduled band.
This is the spot for the hottest Latin dance rhythms in Montreal, and you can sure tell, as the dance floor is packed so tight on Friday and Saturday that there is hardly room to shimmy. It gets its share of celebrities, as both Expos and visiting ball players frequently drop in. The club, open since 1980, features a full bar, dance competitions, Salsa lessons and live bands.