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1. Kyo Bar Japonais711 Côte de la Place d’Armes, Montreal
2. La Champagnerie343 Rue Saint-Paul, Montreal
3. Les Enfants Terribles1257 Ave Bernard, Montreal
4. Garde Manger408 rue Saint-Francois-Xavier, Montréal
5. Lucille’s Oyster Dive5626 Ave Monkland, Montreal
6. SuWu3581 Boul Saint-Laurent, Montréal
7. L'Gros Luxe3807 Saint-André, Montreal
8. Saloon Bistro Bar1333 Ste-Catherine Est, Montreal
9. Brutus1290 Beaubien Est, Montreal
10. Le Slang5669 Monkland Ave, Montreal
This slick Japanese izakaya offers over 25 varieties of sake and wine, an impressive sushi bar, and killer cocktails like the wasabi-infused Kyo Cesar or Sake Colada.
Unsurprisingly, this Old Port drinkery specializes in all things Champagne. However, its eats and non-Champagne cocktails are also worth trying, especially the Bloody Caesar.
With its full bar, seasonal patio, and fine selection of French-inspired comfort food, this place is anything but Terribles. The sidewalk seating is heated as well, so you don't have to worry about your Enfants freezing while you eat.
This dimly-lit, Old Montreal resto's blackboard specials change on the regular and include staples like seafood platters, lobster poutine, and braised short ribs.
Lucille's has been dishing out tasty seafood (especially oysters) since 2009. And if you're in the mood for raw seafood and would like booze with it, try Lucille’s Seafood Bloody Caesar: an appetizer and a cocktail in one. The fishy cocktail comes with a crab leg, an oyster, a clam, and a jumbo shrimp.
Inside SuWu, you'll find comfy antique sofas, pinball machines, and super-awesome drink prices that're all half-price from 5-7p. And if you're hankerin' for some eats, they have a menu loaded with tasty options like their amazing mac n' cheese grilled cheese.
This bistro, coffee shop, and bar offers up high-quality eats at affordable prices, and with multiple branches, it's easy to satisfy your cravings for breakfasts and main courses that are cheap and come in large portions.
Nestled in the heart of the Gay Village this resto and bar serves an array of items, from pasta and pizza to seafood, sammies, and burgers.
Head to the Plateau to visit this drinkery where drinks are made with bacon-infused vodka and will have guys feeling the romance with their garnishes: bacon roses. The awesome and quirky menu does not end with drinks. Everything on the food menu includes bacon, like the bacon caramel donuts and the Brutus salad, which comes in a bowl made of bacon.
This Notre-Dame-de-Grâce drinkery has distinguished itself from the rest of the area bars with an impressive menu and even more jaw-dropping drinks, from a Basil Sesame Caesar to an exceptional Old Fashioned.