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A small bar downstairs in a upbeat area of Montreal but has a fantastic atmosphere. The bar staff are really good at their jobs and so friendly. The drinks are not watered down like some in Montreal. Highly recommend this pub for a few drinks.
Try and stop here if you are in Montreal!
Great little old style bar .... if you are looking for food you won’t get any it’s a watering hole but loads of fun
I have been many times and it makes a night to meet...More
I went with 2 friends for a drink and one was looking to eat dinner. There was no food being served at the “pub” at 8:45pm which we found peculiar given that it is on one of the liveliest streets in downtown Montreal. We ordered...More
This pub provides a very local experience, Ziggy the owner is usually there and the place is cozy and has a lot of sports memorabilia. One thing to consider is that there is no food, it's a pub only for drinking which I don't mind.
Fun little pub! We went in to watch the World Series game, and ended up staying several hours. Good music and drinks. They don't serve food, but you can order from neighboring restaurants and have food delivered! We ended up going back the next night...More
While on a visit to Montreal, I was looking for a quiet pub to catch the MLB playoff games while enjoying the local brew. Found this place while walking around after eating dinner at nearby restaurant. The pub was not very crowded at all on...More
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