Going out

There is no shortage of bars and theatres in Les Quartiers du Canal. They host rich and eclectic evenings to satisfy everyone’s taste. From the famous Corona Theatre, which hosts international artists, to friendlier and more intimate neighborhood bars, these places will be vibrating with rock, indie, folk and jazz music. It is easy to find a bar or a small auditorium where you can attend a musical performance. Whether you’re looking for rhythmic variations, improvisational jazz or a performance by a folk songwriter, these neighborhood venues will get your feet tapping.

Escape Masters

1744 William St #109, Montreal, QC H3J 1R4 · Griffintown

If you like to play, you'll love Escape Masters. This playroom propose 4 bedrooms intriguing fascinating! The themes, sets, and riddles have been designed to create the most immersive and real environments in which multiple twists await you. Whatever your age or level of experience, Escape Masters is the perfect activity to come and have fun with friends!

Espace Masters

Le Bureau, bar à tapas

1642, rue Notre-Dame ouest Montréal · Griffintown

The Office is an upscale tapas bar offering mainly Mediterranean-inspired sharing plates in a modern setting (brass lamps suspended from large brick walls, semicircular studded banquettes, velvet curtains).

Le Bureau

Henden Bar (bar caché)

1800 rue Notre Dame Ouest · Griffintown

To discover this hidden bar of Griffintown, enter the restaurant "Bird Bar", take the time to enjoy one or two succulent dishes and to finish your evening, ask a waiter to accompany you to the Henden Bar. For the rest, we say no more ...

Henden Bar

Pub Lord William

265 rue des Seigneurs · Griffintown

Lord William is the neighborhood pub of Montreal. Located in the historic building of Caladonian Iron Works Co., it offers a modern ambience that pays tribute to its industrial heritage. Inspired by Montréal's cultural diversity, Lord William will please everyone: whether you are looking for fine wines and elegant dishes, a brunch for the whole family, giant screens to watch the game, or the bar from the corner to enjoy beers with friends, there is room for everyone.

Pub Lord William

Brasseur de Montréal

1485 rue Ottawa · Griffintown

In the heart of Griffintown, this microbrewery invites you to discover local beers. If you are still unsure, here are some awards that have been awarded in recent years: Gold Medal awarded by the international jury of the Mondial de la Bière in 2011 for the 2010 vintage. Five of their beers are listed in the reference book "The 100 best beers in Quebec". First place in the entrepreneurship contest Southwest Division of the Island of Montreal First place in the Les Grands Prix Gaia contest, drinks and beverages category, for the image of the products.

Brasseur de Montréal

New City Gas (boite de nuit)

950 rue Ottawa · Griffintown

In a former industrial space of 1859, New City Gas became Griffintown's trendiest and most vibrant venue, home to renowned DJs and major events. They also have an outdoor area.

New City Gas

Théâtre Corona (Salle de concert)

2490 rue Notre Dame Ouest · Petite Bourgogne

The Corona Theater is one of the most important venues in Montreal. Located in the bustling Little Burgundy area, the theater presents events featuring international artists as well as the cream of our local artists. It's a must!

Théâtre Corona

La Drinkerie

2661 rue Notre Dame Ouest · Petite Bourgogne

La Drinkerie is a warm and retro bar inspired by wine, beer and scotch that also serves snacks.


Pub Burgundy Lion

2496 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest · Petite Bourgogne

The word pub is derived from the Anglo-Saxon term "public house". A public house is traditionally a place that serves as a gathering place for a community, just like a local church. The Burgundy Lion Pub was opened with the intention of being woven into the community, to recreate that comfort, while adding a touch of modernity. The concept behind the design and ambience of the Pub Burgundy Lion is the combination of the traditional English pub and the modern lounge bar, and our own variation of the pub cuisine.

Pub Burgundy Lion

Amaze (jeux entre amis ou en famille)

3550 St Jacques St · Saint-Henri

A / Maze is an escape game that offers a unique and immersive experience. Our games are a great way to test your survival skills and problem solving skills. You will live an extraordinary experience. Imagine yourself in a prison, in 1987, in a room barricaded with metal bars, a voting booth and only a table of evidence to guide you. Or the secret laboratory of a genius who went crazy and decided to destroy the planet. A video game, do you say? But it's as real as it sounds!


Atwater Cocktail Club

512 Atwater Avenue · Saint-Henri

Open since July 2016, this hidden bar of Saint-Henri will surprise you. Do not look for a sign, you will not find one. This bar is located at the back of the restaurant Foiegwa, in a narrow alley at the bottom of which there is a door that should not hesitate to open. Once this little research is done, the place is revealed. In a cozy and subdued atmosphere, the creativity of cocktails adds even more to this establishment.

Atwater cocktail Club

Bar De Courcelle

4685 Notre-Dame Ouest · Saint-Henri

The Bar de Courcelle is what is called a "dive bar". When you enter this establishment located at the corner of Notre-Dame Street and Courcelle Street, we feel the authenticity of the place that reminds a little "diner" 60-70 years. There is always atmosphere at the Bar de Courcelle. On the program: Mondays and Wednesdays, you will be able to come and listen to local and emerging groups and on Sundays, place at "open mic".

bar de courcelle

Cyr Cocktail Bar

3426 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest · Saint-Henri

Still a little bit of patience. The last born of Saint-Henri will open its doors in a few weeks ...


4005 Notre-Dame Ouest · Saint-Henri

The Paperplane "This is not a club, there is no bottle service, it's a good time, good vibes, it's super accessible to everyone."

paperplane - @ Ariane Tonka

Bar Loïc

5001 Notre Dame Ouest · Saint-Henri


Brasserie McAuslan / Terrasse St Ambroise

5080 St Ambroise · Saint-Henri

Located on the edge of the Lachine Canal, Terrasse St-Ambroise is one of Montreal's most exceptional outdoor terraces. It is the perfect place to rest after a day of cycling, rollerblading, running or walking. Come to the Terrasse St-Ambroise also allows you to taste the variety of beers and McAuslan products. What's better in the summer season than getting together with friends over a cold beer! In addition, by peeking through the window, you will discover where your beer has been designed!

Terrasse St Ambroise

Pub Epoxy

4210 Rue Saint-Jacques · Saint-Henri

Simple and warm pub, to have a good time with friends. What more?

Pub Epoxy

Jeux d'Évasion, Rue William, Montréal, QC, Canada

Le Bureau Bar Tapas, Rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Montréal, QC, Canada

Bird Bar, Rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Montréal, QC, Canada

Pub Lord Wiliam, Rue des Seigneurs, Montréal, QC, Canada

Brasseur de Montréal, Rue Ottawa, Montréal, QC, Canada

New City Gas, Rue Ottawa, Montréal, QC, Canada

Théâtre Corona, Rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Montréal, QC, Canada

Drinkerie Ste.Cunégonde, Rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Montréal, QC, Canada

Pub Burgundy Lion, Rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Montréal, QC, Canada

Amaze, St Jacques St, Montréal, QC, Canada

Atwater Cocktail Club, Avenue Atwater, Montréal, QC, Canada

4685 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Montréal, QC, Canada

3426 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Montréal, QC, Canada

Paperplane MTL, Rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Montréal, QC, Canada

Loïc, Rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Montréal, QC, Canada

Terrasse St-Ambroise, Rue Saint-Ambroise, Montréal, QC, Canada

Pub Epoxy, Rue Saint-Jacques, Montréal, QC, Canada

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