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Méchant Boeuf is a trendy French brasserie and bar in Hôtel Nelligan. From live music to DJ nights and happy hours, this place is a popular haunt among the locals. Their menu is dominated with preparations made from Angus beef and their burgers and steak come highly recommended. They also have a raw bar. Inventive cocktails keep your spirits high at the Méchant Boeuf. Fun and vibrant, it is a nice spot to hangout with friends.
The devil is in the details and in the drinks menu at this modern tiki bar, whose name means “necessary evil”. Identifiable by a neon pineapple sign at street-level, the bar is located a bit underground. Observant visitors will notice the beautiful light fixtures, brick floors, and Bauhaus-inspired benches and booths. The menu is full of standard tiki drinks with creative twists, and classics served in coconut shells. Guests can order food well into the evening from the restaurant next door.
Formerly known as Le Delmo, L'Assommoir Notre Dame is known primarily for its cocktail selection. The cocktails on offer are more than 300 in number & include variations such as the Banana Banshee, the Red Lotus & the Chartberry. Those of you who have a sweet tooth can indulge themselves in the dessert martinis. Even though the cocktails overshadow everything else, it is not as if this resto-bar lags behind in other departments. The house specialty is ceviche, which is seafood soaked in citrus juices. There is always live music to be enjoyed & a DJ spinning tracks four days a week. Wednesday nights are the restaurant's version of ladies nights & romantic dinners for couples are arranged on Sundays.
Ce magnifique restaurant se trouve dans une maison du 19e siècle sur la Grande Allée, la rue principale à Québec. Mise à part sa délicieuse cuisine française et californienne, il se distingue par ses vendredis soirs meurtre et mystère. Des comédiens se joignent alors aux invités pour simuler un meurtre. Tout en savourant leur repas, les convives doivent trouver qui est le meurtrier.
The vibrant tapas bar, Santos features splendid mood lighting, stucco walls and presents a great dining venue that's both, rustic and trendy. On offer at Santos, is a delicious array of Latin small plates and Spanish tapas; you can enjoy these with a few of their Latin-inspired cocktails or cavas. The bar opened its doors to the good people of Old Montreal in 2007, and has ever since charmed its way into the hearts of the locals. The place showcases live DJ sets most evenings and there's live music entertainment on other nights. The peppy music, the stellar drinks and scrumptious Spanish food at Santos will soon have you coming back for more.
Celebrity chef Chuck Hughes' offering in Old Montreal has been garnering critical acclaim since it opened. The regularly changing menu offers a delightful selection of modern Canadian specialties. Menu favorites include lobster poutine, seafood platters and braised short ribs. Sip on delicious cocktails as you check out dining room bustle the cozy bar. The interiors make great use of the historic building it occupies, with rustic furniture and elegant lighting choices including a chandelier adding character to the room. Reservations are highly recommended. Check website for more.