Comfort Inn South Shore
96 boul. de Mortagne
Boucherville, QC J4B 5M7
Phone: (450) 641-2880
Fax: (450) 641-2677
96 boul. de Mortagne, Boucherville, QC, CA, J4B 5M7
- Phone: (450) 641-2880
- Fax: (450) 641-2677
Bars & Cafes
If you are fed up of entertainment venues that serve you greasy pub meals and subjugate you to excruciatingly boring live performances, then check out the Bistro in Vivo. This place not only offers some excellent live music, but is one of the few places that also boasts of health foods on its menu. Besides acting as a launch pad for budding artists, and a ground for top notch bands to perform, the Bistro in Vivo also features performing arts shows, art exhibitions, improvisation nights and dance nights. Call for event timings and additional information.
The Grillon Salon Bar is a great revamped pub in the Gay Village area of Montreal. The atmosphere has an urban chalet vibe, with its wooden walls and comfortable décor. The menu, however, is a trendy mix of tapas-style appetizers, such as the delicious jalapeño chicken wings and cornish hen, and finger-licking fast food such as the burger or roasted chicken trios. They offer a great selection of beers, as well as amazing martinis, particularly the apple martini, made with natural apple juice and real apple cider. The Grillon also holds weekly happy hours on Martini Thursdays and a monthly Mardi Gras theme night.
This huge gay complex takes up an entire block of Ste-Catherine Street East. Inside can be found enough bars, bistros, restaurants and dance clubs to keep you busy for a week. You can start at one of the three restaurants, catch a drag review at the Mississippi Club, and end the evening at the three-level La Track. For late-night munchies, the 24-hour Club Sandwich diner is available.
At Le Saloon, the ambiance is just as important as the food & drink served. Complete with a disco-ball & psychedelic lights, this resto-bar gives you the feeling of having landed in a high-end nightclub. Added to this already nightclub-like atmosphere are some of the hottest DJs in town. On the menu is 'Asian Fusion' cuisine, as also an extensive cocktail & wine list. The terrace is a great place to sit & enjoy what this hangout has to offer.
Voted the best gay and lesbian club in 2006, this hotspot is more intense and more popular than ever. With three floors and theme rooms, the mammoth club has a VIP section, a beautiful rooftop terrace and various lounges. Top 40 hits, hip hop and the hottest house music keeps this place hopping Thursday through Saturday.
Located in Montreal's Gay Village or as it's popularly known 'Le Village'; Taverne Normandie is best known for it's after-hours scene. This local spot is open till the early hours of the morning every day serving up a nice selection of beers to the regulars who frequent it. The dive bar serves up a selection of beers from select micro-breweries in the area like Cheval Blanc and Tremblay as well as regular selection of usual draft and bottled beers. Drop by if you enjoy karaoke and reasonably priced beer.
Le Verre Bouteille is one of the most graceful and elegant bar and nightclub in the city. A favorite with all the big shots of the city, this bar exudes a charm that induces its patrons to return to it. Verre Bouteille plays some fine electronic and retro music that would set you in a party mood. Besides, there are a number of fine wines and other drinks on their well assorted list which are promptly bought in by the ever smiling staff. If you are in awe of the famous musicians and French song writers, this is where you are likely to find them, engrossed in their creative world. All in all, if you plan to go clubbing in Montreal, there cannot be a place better than Le Verre Bouteille.
The bartenders at La Distillerie No2 are known for more than just their friendly, quick service. What they're most famous for is their unique, strong concoctions served up in an even more unique way. Ordinary cocktail glasses won't do for them, so they serve their creations in Mason jars! Some of their brightly colored, highly appealing (even visually) cocktails include the Driving Miss Daisy & the Manly Puppet. Those who are particularly taken in by their fantastic cocktails & would like to experiment a little can just buy their recipe book & work wonders at home.
Established in 2011, Resto Pub St. Andre glows with warmth and a fun, casual vibe. Located on Rue Saint Catherine, the public house is somewhat of a mecca for beer lovers of the Latin Quarter, thanks to the wide array of local brews and drafts they have on tap. The menu here comprises of popular pub grub, including a wide range of delicious, juicy burgers, perfectly done steaks and of course, deliciously deep fried preparations. Drop in and try a few out of their 28 crafts and drafts, you're definitely going to be impressed! For those who think beers and burgers go together, Resto Pub St-André is a must-visit!
You can visit this amazing club after work and still find it crowded with party animals. This is exactly what Circus Afterhours implies. There is never a dearth of individuals who want to dance the night away at this famous nightclub. Three spaces provide for the best in urban, trance and techno sounds. The sound technology is such like you haven't experienced before. As you might have already guessed this bar is open till the wee hours of the morning. Call ahead for more information.
Every year, hundreds of tourists come to take part in Montreal's various sports activities. Whether you want to watch the football game or the hockey game or UFC, there is always some fan dressed up and cheering on their Montreal team. What better way to be a part of it then by taking in the game at one of Montreal's best sports bars? Station des Sport has a fun-filled atmosphere, television screens from left to right, up and down and even 4 tables with their own private taps! So, if you have a group of fans waiting to see the game, or you just want to go to be a part of the atmosphere, Station is the perfect choice! - Williamina Deneault
Yer'mad Bistro Bar is as awesomely mad as its name suggests. Located on Boulevard de Maisonneuve, this inviting bar has rapidly won over the good people of the Latin Quarter. Somewhat of a cross between an Irish pub and a Grimm's Fairytale-esque tavern, this magical place is a far cry from your run-of-the-mill bar chains. When you step in, you will be greeted with friendly smiles from the waitstaff and barkeeps, while comfortable darkwood furniture and dim-lighting will beckon you to relax. And relax you will! The menu here features pocket-friendly drinks that do their jobs well and tasty pub grub you cannot complain about. Stop by and enjoy a drink or two, and soon you'd never want to leave!