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Tis the season of bachelor/bachelorette parties in La Belle Province’s largest city.  Many travel great lengths to experience Montreal’s nightlife and there’s no denying the city offers a great selection of bars to visit. Whether you’re a local, or in town for a special event and don’t wish to venture too far from the city center, here’s a list of our favorite places to dance until dawn all located in Old Montreal.  To help you plan a pub crawl, all bars and clubs listed here are pretty close to one another. If you’re looking for terrasses and patios, feel free to check our Montreal’s Top 15 List as some of the establishments are located in the area.

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La Voûte360 Saint-Jacques Street 

Set in a 1920’s bank vault, this club will make you travel back in time. Rumor has it that this vault once contained diadems and precious gems. Opened only a year ago, La Voûte breathes a fusion of eras with a renaissance florentine palaces flair as inspiration for entertainment and still kept its roots from the bank with coffered ceilings and old brick walls.

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Flyjin417 Saint-Pierre Street

Perfect for foodies and bar seekers alike, this Asian-fusion cocktails bar -which just celebrated its 5th anniversary- offers as well a wide variety of Japanese whiskeys, sakes, wines with the exclusive home-brand Japanese beer, Sakura. With the entrance located in an alley, simply follow the crowd and the lights.

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Bord’elle390 Saint-Jacques Street West 

Think “The Great Gatsby” at nightfall combined with a tapas bar.

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The Coldroom (SECRET LOCATION)

As there’s no known address, simply head to Saint-Amable street corner St-Vincent. spot the big black door, ring the door bell and #followtheduck !

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Taverne Gaspar – 89 de la Commune Street East 

Just your casual gourmet tavern, perfect for a more casual setting. There’s also a terrasse!

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Scarlet 139 Saint-Paul Street West

With two dining rooms, this is the perfect place for a large group. The lounge area is also great for those who wish to stay after dinner to party until dawn.

La Champagnerie343 Saint-Paul Street East

Bachelorettes rejoice!! Due to high demand, La Champagnerie has decided to offer different packages that will fit any bachelorette  budget. The first one, Make it Pop package offers a sharing menu that varies from 40$ to 75$. Then, the Premier Cru package refers to surprises plates which comes with 5 to 7 courses. If you’re more keen on having caviar and champagne, rest assured La Champagnerie also made a special package named Le Grand Cru that each contains 3 courses but varies according on the choice of the so-say menu. If a seated dinner isn’t part of your plan, just know that with the dawn of the establishment’s 5th anniversary, this restaurant becomes a club past 11pm. It’ll for become the hottest place in town!

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Philémon Bar111 Saint-Paul West

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BOHO439 Saint François-Xavier Street

Instagrammable Tiki bar… need to say more?

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Santos Tapas Bar191 Saint-Paul Street West

This casual tapas bar will surprise you with not only the food, but the decor. They also have PURA VIDA nights on Wednesdays where Spanish music will be played all night long. Cool place to hang out on weekends has the establishment has Djs coming for entertainment.

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