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One of the earlier and original punk/alternative music venues in Montreal, Foufounes Électriques has been on the scene in one incarnation or another for more than 15 years. Notable appearances have included a 1990 concert by Kurt Cobain and Nirvana. A state of mind as much as a physical presence, with sculptures and remnants of the hardcore years, Foufs has re-made itself again into a live show venue. It is not unusual to see tourists and spiked hair punks sitting side-by-side at the bar or on the patio.
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.
Coarse stone walls, curios, wooden beams and candles on tables give a certain coziness to its rustic environs. Bocata will lure you with its warm hospitality and European inspired cuisine. Though their menu primarily focuses on fresh seafood, they do have pastas and meat dishes thrown in. Procuring seafood from sustainable fisheries and other ingredients from local producers, their dishes will delight your palate. Complement your meal with wine or cocktail and round it off with delectable homemade desserts.
Steak is the reason most people go to this restaurant in Old Montreal; it is a popular attraction for both tourists and locals to enjoy an evening meal. The decor is retro, circa 1974, and lends itself well to the nostalgic ambiance. The limited menu includes various cuts and styles of steak in green or black pepper sauce. The service is competent if somewhat curt and reservations are a must.
Situated in Downtown East, Flyjin provides the perfect lounge experience to its visitors. The ambience is apt, with oval and circular dim lights and red accents giving the space a cozy look. The appeal is classy and urban, and so is the crowd. The place is known to get busy after 10p, and sees a host of people visiting this bar for a taste of one of its masterfully mixed cocktails. A glass of Japanese beer(Sakura) or Japanese whiskey is also available, among other drinks. There is also something for food lovers, who can try the bar's delicious dumplings. The place is also known to host DJs every night. With an impressive menu of drinks and small plates, and a vibrant environment, Flyjin is where you begin a fun night.