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The place smelled like mold, the bartenders were rude and none of the drinks I ordered tasted good at all. The pool and ping pong tables were a nice feature, but certainly not enough to make me come back.
We were looking for a place where we could eat something near our hotel (YWCA) when we discovered this place. My friend and I were looking for cheap but good food. We got in and sat, enjoyed a Royal Poutine (Quebec meal) and we each...More
Discovered this pub my accident and loved it. We went at around 7h30pm and it wasn't "rush hour" yet for them and it was just lovely. The food was delicious, very affordable (see pic of 5$ menu) and service was impeccable! Would denifinitely go back...More
Aesthetically it’s a cool little bar with pool, ping pong and big jenga. Other than that, it was a little too drunk collegey for two early thirties girls trying to get in on the pool tables. Ordered a dirty martini in a short glass and...More
There was one waitress for the entire bar, so we waited a lot. We ordered $5 mozzarella sticks with fries. They were surprisingly good. I ordered a $12 half pitcher of lemonade, which was great. Great service even though one server. We would go back.
My friends and I initially went here for happy hour and had a nice time so we decided to go back at night. Unfortunately at night we were made to feel extremely uncomfortable. First, one of the waiters chastised us for going up to the...More
First time on this place, very good located at Rue Crescent, very spacious with a nice bar, pool and ping pong tables.
The food was ok but is cheap, so $8 burger is a good price.
Music was good, at least last night, the way...More
Long time fan of this place. Great atmosphere, awesome pub food and almost all the staff are really cool. (One barmaid hates her life and job, but there's always one of those) Been a customer over many years and through a couple of relocations of...More
I found this little bar by accident one night walking between Montagne st to Crescent st tried it out and it became a regular hunt at the start of the night with two bottles of Molsten and your tip for the waitress from $10 not...More
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Montreal's towering skyline is concentrated in the Downtown area, its nexus of commerce and commercialism. A suffusion of luxury hotels, flagship stores, high-end restaurants, and corporate headquarters characterize the neighborhood, which by nightfall transforms from a business district into a youth-culture hotspot, with hip bars, clubs, and restaurants heavily peopled by students and young
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