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By : Adair MacGregor



1260 MacKay

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The bar Cheers does its namesake right only in being a bar that keeps its regulars coming back for more. Wednesday’s Ladies night has the three floors and six bars completely packed and spilling out the door with free drinks for the girls. Normally popular with the younger crowd, Saturday’s open bar between 11 and 12 picks up quite a wide range of customers.


Peel Pub

1196 Peel

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A popular hit for college tourists, this place has been serving the student populace of Montreal since long before sit-ins and anti-war demonstrations. Look out for the inexplicably cheap draft beer, as it tends to hit you quite suddenly. While the décor is nothing to speak of, even in its recently-moved location, it completely makes up for it with a rowdy clientele and wet t-shirt contests.


Foufounes Electriques

87 Ste-Catherine E.

A rockin’ complex designed for the punk rocker and alternative hipster. The extremely popular Friday night boasts a $5 cover, which is quickly made up for with its $2 beers and a buck-fifty shots! Punk and rock shows often appear inside the huge four-bar complex. On Wednesday night, skaters take over with an awesome indoor mini-ramp.


Le Sainte Elizabeth Pub

1412 Ste- Elizabeth

Hidden just a step north of Ste-Catherine between St-Laurent and St-Denis, Le Sainte Elizabeth Pub is a locally-known haven that insiders brag as having the best terrace in Montreal. If you feel the desire to take off all your clothes and dance around, you’re probably picking up vibes from its original usage, a brothel! A popular local community has developed on Monday nights, attracted by its cheap $3 pints and well-made house beer.


Cock ‘n Bull

1944 Ste-Catherine W.

The Cock n’ Bull has been voted as being one of the top ten bars in the local rag the Hour for as many years as anyone can remember. It houses a laid-back scene that is supported by drunken students from Concordia University. Mondays lay claim to arts and crafts night, hosted by the bartender. Say hello to Jen, who has, as many years as anyone can remember, been voted one of the top ten bartenders in the city.



1606 Ste-Catherine W.

Located in the basement of the Faubourg, Sharx offers a completely stocked pool-hall as well an 8-laned bowling hall. The outfit is very relaxed, posh and comfortable. The happy hour between 5 and 7 is a popular time for the snooker players to amass for the two-for-one special on regular beers. This is a great place to chill and have a couple of drinks during the day before heading out to your night-time destination.


Pang Pang

1226 MacKay

Montreal’s newest Asian-style karaoke joint. Unlike American-style karaoke where the entire bar is privy to your screaming lyrics, Pang Pang offers private rooms that can be rented from $20 an hour. Just down the street from Ste-Catherine, it offers comfortable seating as well as a huge list of songs to choose from. Show your friends what you can do.

testimonial Daniel, Over the weekedn everyone has contacted me to say we shoud do it exactly the same like once a monh or two. You will be hearing from me and I can't say how perfect everything was. The only complaint everyone had was that it passed way too fast. It was asthough we walked in the club and came out two minutes later. Time flies when your having fun. Like I said probably end of may or beginning of june we will set this up again. At wrst my birthday is in july so at latest... Oh and by the way our limo driver was awesome. agreed to pick us up whenever we wanted and gave us extra ... testimonial end