The Best Truly Local Bars in Montreal

If you were a drink, what kind of drink would you be? A modest but honest after-work beer? A mustache-twirlingly innovative craft IPA? A delicate artisanal wine? Perhaps a flashy cocktail with a memorable name? Montreal has a local, hand-picked bar for you no matter what glass you come in. Our locals have your back, so buckle up, for the night is long and full of wonders.

Atomic Cafe – Retro futuristic cafe

Atomic Cafe – Retro futuristic cafe

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“Atomic Cafe” Montreal seems to be inspired by the 1967 world expo. It’s a retro-future world filled with round furniture. Just order an ‘atomicano’…

Full Article by Jérémie Gerhardt

Atwater Cocktail club – David Lynchian bar

Atwater Cocktail club – David Lynchian bar

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“Atwater Cocktail club” in Montreal is a hidden bar whose bartenders I like calling magicians. Its curtains and Lynchian decor have made me a fan…

Full Article by Jérémie Gerhardt

Bar de Courcelle – Classic corner bar

Bar de Courcelle – Classic corner bar

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“Bar de Courcelle” is a bar with a history in Montreal’s St-Henri. The walls haven’t been covered with TVs and there are jam sessions weekly… I love it!

Full Article by Jérémie Gerhardt

Big in Japan Bar – The Main’s hidden spot!

Big in Japan Bar – The Main’s hidden spot!

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“Big in Japan Bar” is a Montreal secret with a Japanese twist & an amazing cocktail menu. Intimate & cozy, the Japanese whiskey I had there was just…

Full Article by Nadia Pacitto

Biiru – An Izakaya with a twist

Biiru – An Izakaya with a twist

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“Biiru” in Montreal is a very cool looking bistro, a Japanese eatery with a respected menu On the funkier side, the Japadawg is one my favorites.

Full Article by Jeremy Petrus

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