La P’tite Place is a hip karaoke spot in the eastern part of downtown Montreal. With an exciting karaoke program throughout the week, it attracts crowds from far-off corners of the city. State-of-the-art karaoke equipment, friendly atmosphere and exciting drink specials make it one of the top karaoke bars of the city. Walk in and request the DJ to play your chosen song, even as you get ready to face the mike and croon like your favorite singer.
There's no dearth of fabulous gay bars in Montreal's Ville-Marie, so what distinguishes Le Stud from the rest? Perhaps it is the bar's gorgeous, all male clientele, or perhaps it is the effortlessly eclectic ambiance that thrives here that draws in the crowds. Le Stud started out with the simple aim of being a place for "men who love men", an idea that is integral to everything about this place. While the vibe is friendly and laid-back, the decor favors a dark, mysterious and sultry style, a balance that is rare and hard to achieve. The music is always great, the drinks are delicious and the parties are wild, with themed nights, pool tournaments and special events galore. During the day, though. Le Stud is simply a great place to enjoy a casual drink with friends.
This Villeray bar is an after-hours favorite for innovative cocktails, fondue and karaoke evenings. Karaoke starts post 8p though the bar opens at 5p for the post-work crowd to enjoy a few cocktails before showcasing their singing talent. The karaoke song list is long and features plenty of favorites to sing along to, offering songs in everything from English, French and Spanish. Groups are welcome and reservations for corporate parties are offered too. Try one of their signature drinks like the Di Caprio, Coffee Grasshopper, Coco Chanel, or the Godfather while you wait your turn at being a pop star.
With an array of vibrantly decked up rooms like Grande, Moyenne and Petite, Bar K Karaoke is an exciting spot to enjoy some fun karaoke nights in the heart of the city. It is one of those few bars that has Asian-style karaoke, apart from an impressive selection of beers and libations. Bar K's karaoke database is fed with an extensive list of old classics and new singles, so you can easily punch in your favorite tune and start crooning to an enthusiastic audience.
This converted mansion stakes a legitimate claim to 'King of the Montreal Bars'. Inside, each different room boasts its own unique ambiance, music and furnishings, while the enormous patio in back is a glorious sight to behold on warm summer nights; empty tables on weekends are needles in an enormous haystack. The pitchers of domestic beer here are pretty affordable. The crowd is definitely young and predominantly French, though it has been more or less discovered by Anglophone university students. No one should feel unwelcome here.
Every year, hundreds of tourists come to take part in Montreal's various sports activities. Whether you want to watch the football game or the hockey game or UFC, there is always some fan dressed up and cheering on their Montreal team. What better way to be a part of it then by taking in the game at one of Montreal's best sports bars? Station des Sport has a fun-filled atmosphere, television screens from left to right, up and down and even 4 tables with their own private taps! So, if you have a group of fans waiting to see the game, or you just want to go to be a part of the atmosphere, Station is the perfect choice! - Williamina Deneault
Rocking a retro vibe, Bistro Au Vieux St-Hubert is a lively local bar and restaurant. Popular with locals it's a fun place to let loose a little, have a couple of drinks and maybe show off your singing abilities. Open till late, it's a great place to chill after work, with Happy hours deals and a nice selection of beers, cocktails and margaritas.
Located in Montreal's Gay Village or as it's popularly known 'Le Village'; Taverne Normandie is best known for it's after-hours scene. This local spot is open till the early hours of the morning every day serving up a nice selection of beers to the regulars who frequent it. The dive bar serves up a selection of beers from select micro-breweries in the area like Cheval Blanc and Tremblay as well as regular selection of usual draft and bottled beers. Drop by if you enjoy karaoke and reasonably priced beer.