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SIX Resto Lounge

1255 Jeane-Mance Street , Montreal

Located in the heart of downtown Montreal’s Quartier des spectacles, SIX Resto Lounge boasts a menu inspired by ingredients grown in Quebec and infused with artistic influences.

Whether you stop in before visiting an art gallery or after enjoying a show, whether you sip one of our fabulous cocktails or savor a superb full-course meal accompanied by our fine wines, SIX Resto Lounge at Hyatt Regency Montreal is sure to delight all your senses.

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1476  Cresent , Montreal

Offers upscale and chic restaurant, lounge, club and terrace.

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N sur Mackay

1244 Mackay , Montreal

A 1920s speakeasy cocktail lounge on the west side of downtown Montreal.

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Le Cin5

1234  De Le Montagne , Montreal

With its tasteful combination of old-world charm and modern elegance, The Bistro at Le Cinq brings a touch of whimsical sophistication to Montreal’s world-renowned culinary scene. Offering a modern twist on the traditional French bistro, Chef Maxime Delmont uses the finest, market-fresh ingredients to create savoury house specialties such as the Sea Bream Tartar and the Homemade Duck Foie Gras.
Open from lunch until the 11pm. The Bistro is the perfect spot for a romantic tete-a-tete but can also cater to groups of any size in the dining area or on its open-air terrace, the largest in the downtown core.

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Vice Club

9 Dufour Saint-Mathias-sur-Richelieu Street , Montreal

vice nightclub lounge terasse

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Chez Serge

5301 St-Laurent , Montreal


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Montreal Lounges that are Editor-Approved and User-Voted

Sometimes you seek a more sophisticated night out, one with calm and casual ambience as opposed to confined and cramped dancing.  Hey, sometimes a DJ is needed to drown out the room, but a lounge environment is for the nights you want to sit back, sip and converse.  Montreal lounges are a popular choice for these nights out when you prefer a couch, elegant décor and the type of stylish atmosphere that makes taking the time to look your most elegant worth every second of effort.

Montreal’s lounge scene is full of options never lacking in excitement or distinction.  So you won’t find just any place included in our Montreal lounge listing. All of our lists are carefully curated and editor-approved to provide only the most popular places to attend on your night out. After our lists have been put together, we then give our users the final vote to ensure only the elite places rise to the top.

Old Montreal Lounges

While there are many lounges throughout Montreal - from the hotbed of nightlife on St. Laurent to the Plateau – historic Old Montreal offers a completely unique lounge experience. The oldest neighbourhood in the city, Old Montreal is a touristy section where visitors walk the cobbled streets to view 17th century buildings and stop to experience some of the city’s most popular restaurants, bars and lounges once the sun goes down. It’s here where a more mature night out can be found on any day of the week.


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La Champagnerie

343 Saint Paul Street W , Montreal

Bar de quartier conçu sans prétention mais avec beaucoup de recherche, passion et rigueur, où l'on sert des bulles!
Valet du jeudi au samedi, dès 19h.


Nous avons à cœur de “démocratiser” le champagne et les bulles. Bien entendu, nous offrirons de très prestigieux champagnes. Cependant, nous souhaitons profondément mettre en lumière les bulles de toutes sortes, poursuivant, nous-mêmes, la découverte de ces produits d’une richesse et d’une variété inouïes! Dans un esprit festif et de découverte, nous souhaitons ainsi offrir à tous les Montréalais un nouvel endroit unique, où, sans aucune prétention, on passera un moment dans la simplicité, le plaisir et le bon goût! 

Particularité de l’établissement : pour le plaisir des clients, les bouteilles de bulles et de champagne pourront être sabrées, littéralement! En effet, les employés de La Champagnerie, choisis pour leur professionnalisme, leurs curiosité et leur passion, ont parfait cette vieille technique du sabrage.

La pratique du sabrage de champagne remonterait au XIXesiècle et aux hussards de la gardenapoléonienne qui, au retour de la bataille, rendaient ainsi un vibranthommage à la victoire, à la vigueur, à la virilité et aux dames : d’un revers de lame, ils faisaientsauter le bouchon, gestespectaculaire et magistral lorsqu’élégammentexécuté. Wikipédia

Ouvert dès 17 h du mardi au dimanche, LA CHAMPAGNERIE - BAR À SABRAGE propose un menu raffiné, adaptable au moment. On servira donc une foule de plats en petite portion, à réunir ou à partager, suivant ici le courant de plus en plus populaire qu’est le « snack gastronomique .

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Go Go Lounge

3682 Saint Laurent , Montreal

Groovy as in Austin Powers groovy, you won't want to miss out on the Go-Go Lounge. Done up in great psychedelic colours and kitschy cool furniture like colourful red ice cream scoop chairs, the menus are written on old vinyl records and the cocktails have cool names like Pussycat, Kryptonite and Captain America. There are at least 25 Martini specials to choose from so your toot will never run dry, and the music runs the retro range from 70s funk to 80s new wave. Pogo on down to GoGo groovers.

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1471  Cresent Street , Montreal

Situated in the heart of Montreal’s financial and entertainment district, Pino is an unparalleled urban oasis. The chic ambiance and sophisticated dining experience, combined with its night club glamour, embody the essence of urban lifestyle.

Pino offers its guests a wide range of exquisite dishes, wines from the world’s most exclusive producers and many unique cocktails.

Pino boasts an elegant yet edgy atmosphere. This alluring environment is created by a hip soundtrack, sexy lighting and an intimate seating arrangement. As the dining winds down, the DJ perks up and Pino transforms into a trendy night club where diners have a front row seat for late night dancing and entertainment.

Pino’s decor is trendy and modern. The ground level dining room is adorned with paintings and an architectural flare that echoes and complements the earthen beauty of the natural hardwood floors.

Pino prides itself with the largest terrace on Crescent Street. Its second floor view provides a calm atmosphere for summer dining amid the bustle of Montreal’s most famous street. The terrace is newly renovated in anticipation of the upcoming summer events. It provides the best seats available to catch the action of Crescent Street’s many festivals and parties.

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More Montreal Lounges

A great cocktail can be altered by just a single ingredient and the same can be said for lounges.  This listing isn’t to your standards?  No problem.  This is only the top 10 voted from our larger listing of Montreal Lounges.  Click page 2 to see more.