Located not too far from Montreal’s city center, Leo’s Taproom is now filling a void in the bar scene of Saint-Leonard’s neighborhood. With an impressive choice of local craft beers, this new spot will soon become the place to be during a night out in the city. From the same masterminds behind Montreal’s popular pool bar Fitzroy (Kyle Fowler and Kevin Latrem) and with the help of their interior designer accomplice, Amlyne Phillips, who created the design of Jatoba, Kampai Garden and Madame Bovary, the 3 musketeers decided to join forces again in order to give their clientele a new hot spot worthy of our fondest childhood memories. In other words, their goal was to recreate our favorite uncle’s man cave, who here, figuratively goes by the name of Leo. We all have a Leo in our lives. He’s the cool uncle with the most insane basement which was the place by excellence for a chill hangout spot when anyone wanted to spend a low-key yet fun night in.
Leo’s Taproom is the embodiment of that concept but with a serious upgrade. Filled with several pool and foosball tables, this winning combination will guarantee a cool night out. Nevertheless, like any fun hangout spots, you’d need food and booze. With the kitchen open from Tuesday to Sunday, chef Julien Messier Cousineau (from Quai roulant & Madame Bovary) has created a menu that will satisfy not only your taste buds but also your hunger.source
At Leo’s, any classic dishes you’d find at a local tavern also figure on the menu (from hamburgers, hot-dogs, fish and chips, gourmet spaghetti and meatballs to tartares)… it’s all about comfort food! The owners also wished to elevate your experience up a notch by giving their customers a one of a kind experience by giving excellent tips on food pairing with their many beers available in the establishment. With 50 types of beer, including 3 homemade beers specifically brewed in Montreal for Leo’s (IPA, lager and APA), and many from local microbreweries, your night out in Leo’s will surely be worth the trip!
5924, Boulevard des Grandes-Prairies