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Welcome to the Montreal Entertainment.Ca Nightclub section. Here you will find Montreal Nightclub images, maps, dress code tips, price range. Everything you need to plan the perfect night out.
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917 Sainte-Catherine Street East, Montreal,
(514) 844-3626
STARTING around 2am and lasting until midday the following day, Circus Afterhours is quite possible Canada's most hedonistic nightclub - or should we say dayclub? Set within the heart of Montreal's gay village with a circus theme that's difficult to ignore, Circus Afterhours is home to all things wonky.
87 Sainte-Catherine Street East, Montreal,
(514) 844-5539
The dance floor has taken a new rise, but Foufs still remains a leading venue in Montreal for all genres of music. Foufounes Electriques was and still is an institution, at a time when the city really needed someone/somewhere to host the best bands, Foufs revealed itself as a pillar for the Montreal underground scene.
2020 Crescent St, Montreal,
(514) 288-2888
Light Ultra Club is a Montreal Night Club located in the heart of Montreal. Featuring  Switch Fridays  R&B, Hip-Hop, House by: DJ Superfly, DJ Atomic And Special Guests .... and every Saturday House & Club Anthems by: DJ SUPERFLY
390 Saint-Jacques Ouest, Montreal,
(514) 845-3066
Milestone of the best clubbing experience in North America. Bains Douches places itself at the leading edge of Montreal's red hot nightlife. With a staff of 80 every night, Bains Douches insures the best service and treatment available in the industry! Delightment, sensuality, rapture and bliss: Bains Douches is the pinnacle for the senses.
7 Rue Prince Arthur Ouest, Montreal,
(514) 282-9944
If Anything Has Distinguished Rouge From Other Places, It Has Been The Spirit And Great Service Given By All The Staff. The Result Of Working In A Great Environment Providing Memorable Nights Every Weekend For All Who Attend. This sums up all the reasons why guests keep coming back week in and week out.
8 Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal,
(514) 657-5656
KOKO Restaurants + Bar, a dramatic silver and black backdrop and glittering chandeliers set the stage for Montreal's hottest dining, drinking and socializing space. Fresh Market cuisine blends modern, clean flavors with Western culinary techniques. As the lights dim and dinner service comes to an end, KOKO Djs introduce us to an array of tasteful house music. while combinig all of the latest hits.
3709 Boulevard Saint-Laurent, Montreal,
(514) 842-6838
Small, classy club bar and terrace, recently renovated, in the happening St Laurent district. Predictably, it's packed with the beautiful people, but there's more than enough space to get Lost in Translation. It's got two main rooms, one a club space that features live-bands and DJs, the other a funky lounge-like saloon.
1 Place Ville Marie, Montreal,
(514) 296-4218
Club Lounge 737, the only club in Montreal where you have the most beautiful view of the city. Located on one of the highest building in town, " Place Ville-Marie", the Club Lounge 737 gives you a unique atmosphere.
732 Sainte-Catherine Street West, Montreal,
(514) 788-2040

Les 3 Brasseurs' success can be attributed to a unique concept: Fresh non-pasteurized beer made from the purest ingredients and from traditional recipes – all brewed right at the heart of each of our restaurants for patrons to see. A varied menu includes simple “ brasserie” fare, bistro dishes, and local favorites.

1680 rue St-Denis, Montreal,
(514) 844-9458
To preserve the heritage character of the site's founders have helped maintain the original architecture and materials of the residence time and the highlighting both its wood and configuration of parts that become so many bars of different atmospheres and its gardens. Le Saint-Sulpice is divided into eight bars on 4 floors, a front terrace and a huge roof garden at the rear of the building, the garden is a haven of tranquility where one can rest under the runoff of a magnificent fountain.
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