Montreal Nightlife Review in Canada
The nightlife of Montreal is one of the most vibrant, and has a lot to offer to foreigners. Saint Laurent and Rue Crescent are both well known for having the best bars and nightclubs in town.
A night out in Montreal with the troops. It was a beautiful evening, nice warm weather and good music.
We dropped by Saint-Laurent and Rue Crescent. The video was taking at l'Opera which has a gorgeous dome in the centre of the club.
Parties in Montreal last longer than here in Toronto luckily. It is like little Europe in North-America.
Crescent Street is a popular attraction for both tourists and locals alike. North of De Maisonneuve Boulevard, one can find many luxury boutiques and art galleries in a Victorian architectural setting.
To the south of de Maisonneuve the concentration of nightclubs, bars and restaurants makes Crescent Street one Montreal's most well-known nightlife strips.
The street which opened around 1860, was originally in the form of a crescent, and was located just north of Dorchester Boulevard. The first bar on Crescent Street opened in 1967.
The first bar was the Sir Winston Churchill Pub, a discotheque owned by Johnny Vago a Hungarian immigrant who once participated in the Cuban Revolution.
Crescent Street is home mostly to pubs and restaurants. One such business is the popular Lebanese restaurant Boustan, located north of De Maisonneuve Boulevard.