28 Nov 2023

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Time for 5 à 7 in Old Montreal

Time for 5 à 7 in Old Montreal

The holiday season is always full of festivities, and what better way to celebrate this unique season than with a happy hour with friends or colleagues? Plus, it gets even better when you pair this outing with delicious dishes or appetizers. Here's where to go out in Old Montreal for your next festive 5 à 7.

Last update: November 30, 2023

Santos Tapas Bar, 191, rue Saint-Paul Street West

Chef Pat Marion welcomes you to Santos Tapas Bar in an urban, chic, yet casual atmosphere. Start your evening with a delicious cocktail concocted by experienced mixologists. Then, indulge in the incredible flavours of Latin cuisine with tasty tacos. Santos Tapas Bar has an outstanding, festive atmosphere that will make your happy hour a memorable experience!

The infamous Tittle Tattle Bar, 22, Saint-Paul Street East

This brand-new bar in the neighborhood, which describes itself as a "cocktail bar of new thoughts", is the perfect place to share your secrets. During your 5 à 7, you can write down one of your secrets on a piece of paper and put it in a box, and once a week, a cocktail inspired by your darkest secret will be created. By the way, did you know that the establishment's founder, Loyd Von Rose, took part in the TV show Drink Masters?

Bistro-Brasserie Les Sœurs Grises, 32 McGill Street

Looking for a place to drink a brewed beer in the heart of Old Montreal? Les Sœurs Grises awaits you in a chic, casual atmosphere, "enough for a sister to rescind her vows." Paired with a charcuterie and cheese platter, it's the perfect combination for a successful 5 à 7. Psst, the Nuage cocktail is also worth a detour, with its combination of gin and yuzu syrup, accompanied by a flower delicately placed on top.

The Coldroom, Saint-Vincent Street

This Prohibition-era speakeasy bar is a must in the historic district. Its impressive cocktail menu is based on classics, with a twist and innovative flavors, no wonder it was named by The Worlds 50 Best Restaurants. To find this hidden spot on rue Saint-Vincent, just follow the duck.

Babacool, 140 Notre-Dame Street West

Just by the name, you already know you're in for a great evening, but wait until you see the menu: tuna crudo, watermelon salad and grilled kefta. These oriental tapas are meant to be shared, and will appeal equally to vegans and meat fans. To accompany your bites, creative cocktails and a selection of natural wines are sure to please even the most discerning palate.

Mignon Steak, 101, Saint-Paul Street West

What would a 5 à 7 be without oysters? That's perfect, because every day from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., oysters are only $1 at Mignon Steak. To accompany them, choose between a delicious cocktail or the selection of classic and modern martinis. Whether you prefer it dry, dirty or a more original version, you'll find it at Mignon Steak in the Martini Room.

@POL, 355 McGill Street

Located in the Hôtel St-Paul, this bar is also a favorite spot for a 5 à 7. This hip, casual destination offers an impressive wine and cocktail list, not to mention non-alcoholic options. As an added bonus, the decor is a real feast for the eyes, the perfect place for an impromptu photo shoot.

Photo : Sara Megan and Geneviève Giguère

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