• 28/06/2021

The best places to watch the Canadiens game downtown !

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Montreal centre-ville

Montreal centre-ville

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Want to get in the mood for the Canadiens’s next games? What could be better than the restaurants and bars downtown to enjoy the game, meet up for the occasion and encourage our team ? Here is our suggestion of places !

Bell Center Area

Obviously, who says the Canadiens game, says the Bell Center downtown! We therefore suggest that you make yourself comfortable at La Cage, a sports brasserie to enjoy the match with ease! The Hôtel Bonaventure and its restaurant Le Kube also offer you the opportunity to watch the series accompanied by a beautiful view and good meals!

La Cage – Brasserie Sportive

1212 Canadiens Avenue

Le restaurant Le Kube – Hôtel Bonaventure

900 de la Gauchetière Street West

Bier Markt Montréal

1221 Boulevard René-Lévesque West

Le Centre Sheraton Montréal Hôtel

1201 Boulevard René-Lévesque West

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Photo de @onnoubliepasdoudou

Quartier des Spectacles

At the Quartier des spectacles, you can reserve your table to watch the games at the NYKS Bistro Pub or at La Cage too! We invites you to take a stroll before going there, to take advantage of the summer facilities and the magnificent fountains of Place des Arts!

NYKS Bistro Pub

1250 De Bleury Street

La Cage
150 Sainte-Catherine West Street

Crescent

Who says bars and festive atmosphere necessarily means Crescent Street and its surroundings in the city center! Indeed, this street is known for its animation and its nightlife, usually attracting a lot of people for the Grand Prix festivities. This year, it will be to encourage our Habs!

Hurley’s Irish Pub

1225 Crescent Street

Burger Bar Crescent

1465 Crescent Street

McKibbin’s Irish Pub 

1426 Bishop Street

Bistro 1242 Bar sportif

1242 Drummond Street

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Shaughnessy Village

Shaughnessy Village is known for being THE cool and young neighborhood in downtown: it is indeed known for its conviviality and its liveliness. As the finals of the hockey games approach, the neighborhood will be lively!

Kampai Garden

1616 Sainte-Catherine West Street

Station des Sports

2051 Sainte-Catherine West Street

Sainte-Catherine Street

Certainly, Sainte-Catherine Street and its surroundings will be at the heart of the festivities if our Canadians win the next series. And to be in the heart of the action and the good atmosphere, we suggest you go to the well-known restaurant Les 3 Brasseurs! Food without the fuss, good beer and a good sporting atmosphere! 

Les 3 Brasseurs

732  Sainte-Catherine West Street

Campo

1108 boul. De Maisonneuve

Peel Pub – Sports Bar

1196 Peel Street