FROM MAY 19 TO SEPTEMBER 29, 2019 (SUNDAYS ONLY)
A newcomer to the city’s nightlife scene, La Voûte had its grand opening in 2017. Situated in Montreal’s first skyscraper, the vault of the old Royal Bank has been repurposed as an upscale club that caters to a sophisticated clientele in the historic Old Montreal neighborhood.
La Voûte, 360 St Jacques St, Montreal, +1 514 679 9360
NEW CITY GAS
Located off the beaten track in the Griffintown neighborhood, New City Gas is housed in a complex that was originally built in 1859 for the purpose of transforming coal into gas for lighting the streets and buildings of Montreal. Today, the heritage building has been repurposed into a multi-purpose event and entertainment space that covers 40,000 square feet and two floors. New City Gas hosts a range of large events, including private functions to New Year’s Eve parties. Every week, over 3,000 people head over to New City Gas to party to the tunes of internationally renowned DJs and artists.
New City Gas, 950 Ottawa St, Montreal, +1 514 879 1166
ALLURE BAR & LOUNGE
Another relative newcomer to the scene, Allure is located on Mackay Street at the heart of the city. Here, people come to unwind after work with a drink, relax with friends in the evening, and/or to party into to the early hours of the morning. There’s a large island bar and an expansive dance floor, along with a lounge that has its own bar and staff. Music and entertainment is covered by some of Montreal’s best live DJs and dance bands.
CLUB ELECTRIC AVENUE
Make no mistake, it’s not all about bone-shaking bass in dark rooms. This colorful location sports one a fully lit dance floor that’s straight out of Saturday Night Fever with the playlists to match. It’s especially a fan favorite for the LGBTQ community with its Hardcore Disco nights on the first Thursday of every month hosted by local drag stars.
Part supper club, part nightclub, part speakeasy, this subterranean address themed after a forest is a popular spot in the downtown core—after the entirety of Crescent Street, anyway. Frequented for seafood platters and cocktail parties in the evening, the crowds start to really stream in when the tables are tucked away and music by resident and guest DJs starts to spin. One of the more elegant venues in town.
Offers two distinct products in the same place with two different identities, all under one roof. On the one hand a Japanese bar, and on the other hand a nightclub, indeed as of midnight the place turns into a club with a spectacular light system.
Club Peopl DJ’s play the latest and hippest sounds of House and Techno. They also play Jazz, Funk, Indie, R & B and Soul music. They work with visual technology and set fresh, new environments on a regular basis, fitting over 350 people comfortably.
A renewed classic, inaugurated in 1973, and made the history of Montreal’s nightlife scenery, Thursday’s Montreal offers 3 floors of entertainment, without the hassle of stepping out the building. After a year and a half of renovations, the decor has been improved, revamped and modernized in order to continue its Montreal legacy. The Bistro, Bar and Club can accommodate any type of occasion. Whether it is a supper among friends or a business lunch, our staff is there for you to help make each moment memorable. We can accommodate large groups and with our three floors, we can definitely help with diversifying your event. If you can imagine it, we can surely deliver!
As the sun beats down on the city, it’s time once again for a sport that Montrealer’s are well known for…”The fine art of terrace hopping”. Come join us on one of the best streets to do it on, Crescent Street in the heart of downtown Montreal. Famous for its nightlife, restaurants and excellent Pubs like Hurleys Irish Pub. See you there!