Traditionally the center of Montreal's anglophone bar and restaurant scene, Crescent Street also attracts the majority of ... More
Traditionally the center of Montreal's anglophone bar and restaurant scene, Crescent Street also attracts the majority of tourists looking for a night out. The best-known stretch begins at Sherbrooke Street, where you will find the Musee des Beaux-Arts, and runs south to the Bell Centre. Along this strip you will find everything from haute French cuisine at Les Halles to Russian fusion at Troika. Nightlife ranges from the quieter pints available at Hurley's and Brutopia to the city's most shameless pick-up scene at Winnie's.
I had been to Montreal a few time and always loved crescent street. I was in town for a bachelor trip this time and we decided to check out Club Vatican. The line up was pretty crazy the night we went but decided to wait anyways. Glad we waited inside the the club was packed with tons of hot woman, some where even dancing on the bar. All and all we had a blast, only problem was we could not get into the VIP lounge.
It's a good place to hang out at night. The bars get crowded around midnight, but they either charge you an arm and a leg to get in or the mandatory coat check that can range from $7-20...ridiculous, but it was a good time, I'm just broke now.
i love crescent,some people might call it a meat market or only if you have money to go there, well all i have to say is duh... either ur cheap and dont want to spend but its to go out u have to spend money...i love club vatican and to go eat try winnie's and weinsten and gavinos and the boys on crescent are hotties .. or excuse all of montreal bys are hotties.. i used to live there and i wanna go back
You want to have a great time then check out Crescent because its the best street in the world. Good clean fun and so many people and bars and restaurants are so numerous that I couldn't visit all of them over a weekend period. People were awesone and the french are the best partiers.
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