Casinos, clubs, traditional pubs, and a uniquely French flavor make Montreal a premier nightlife destination.
Divided into two distinct units, Tokyo boasts a classic Asian look. The main room offers a simple atmosphere while the smaller room features an eye-catching lounge-style decor. Altitude 737 is a funky little rooftop club with two rooms. The upper room plays reggae and hip-hop, the lower room plays house. There’s also an outdoor patio with gorgeous views of Montreal. Foufoune’s Electriques is the legendary alternative bar in Montreal that goes back over 20 years. It has two rooms, one alternative, and one dance. It draws a mostly younger crowd. Volksbar is a crazy place. Arrive early and get a seat inside the Volkswagen van that’s parked in the main seating area. Le Diable Vert plays everything from French music to hip-hop. The crowd ranges from twenties to thirties. Expect long lines. Les Bobards has pool and mini-soccer tables, and a DJ for dancing on the weekends. For a high-end gentleman’s club with great looking women, try Chez Pare, a Montreal landmark. Tip the doorman for a seat up front. They also have acts for women that put Chippendales to shame.
The Peel Pub Montreal offers low priced food and drinks, lively atmosphere, and great service. Irish décor and traditional music make Hurley’s the most popular Irish Pub in Montreal.
Along with plenty of gambling options, The Casino Du Montreal hosts Nuances, one of Canada’s best restaurants. The casino has a dress code – no cut-off shirts, jogging outfits, bike shorts, beachwear, or motorcycle outfits.
Editor’s Note: The information contained on this page was compiled using real traveler reviews about nightlife in Montreal.