Affectionately known as "The Main," this ever-changing boulevard once represented the dividing line between ... More
Affectionately known as "The Main," this ever-changing boulevard once represented the dividing line between Anglophone (west) and Francophone (east) Montreal. Streets number east or west from St-Laurent, and it is at various points the main drag in Chinatown , the Plateau and Little Italy ; all are worth exploring. The most famous strip is likely that between Sherbrooke Street and Mont-Royal Avenue : moving south to north, culinary and post-culinary standouts include Buona Notte , Globe , the Bifteck , Tokyo , Schwartz's , Moishe's and the Belmont sur le Boulevard .
So I'm actually a local in Montreal but I was browsing and ended up on this particular page and figured I'd fill you in on my fave clubbing location.
There was a place called Opera and it closed and that was our club that was head and shoulders above the rest so right now out of whats left Muzique is the best one.
Now Muzique is an awesome club but their friday night blows, they only open one room up and its 18+ instead of 21+ like they make such a point of on saturday and sundays. BUT on those Saturdays and Sundays the place is rocking, everybody is mature, everybody is hot. they'll refuse you if you're ugly, they'll refuse you if you're fat but if youre not those things the place is a paradise with great looking women(especially on sunday) and like hockey players and the local tv stars and all that good stuff. I like it, you'd probably like it to.
Many great places to eat/drink and chill out. Not to mention some really cool night clubs to dance and have a great time. Make sure you bring alot of cash with you though because partying on this street is not cheap...
The cultural and social heart of the western Plateau , this beautiful park is centered around a magnificent fountain. The
textbook Montreal architecture surrounding it is among the most coveted in the city, and singer/poet Leonard Cohen is said ...
Located at one of the busiest intersections in the city, this international Tourist Information Center serves as a one stop
facility for visitors. Here you can get tourist information on everything from travel planning, hotel reservations and car rentals ...
Montreal Biodôme is a science center and ecological zoo that is home to four distinct ecosystems: a lush Tropical Forest,
the temperate Laurentian Forest, the St. Lawrence Marine Ecozystem and the Polar worlds of the Arctic and Antarctic. Plenty ...