32 Ste-Catherine W.
Inspired by impressive clubs in
7 Prince Arthur W.
Catering to an unpretentious and fun-loving 25+ crowd (young-looking clients are routinely carded and discarded at the door); Rouge is two levels with two distinct sounds. The lower level is centered on a huge bar with couches and oversized footstools window-side for bottle service. The top level is more about house-techno music, flashy club lighting a spacious dance floor. Rouge is always packed Friday and Saturday nights and the upbeat sometimes-unexpected blend of old favorites and current hits guarantees a funky night of dance and drinks.
The Keg Steakhouse and Bar
5 Place Ville-Marie,
This renowned bar and grill combines the savoury, filling and hearty qualities of a good old fashioned steak and potatoes meals with the contemporary appeal of artistic presentation and sophisticated ambience. Serving all sorts of succulent dishes hot off the grill, like chicken, seafood, fish, and of course steak, The Keg has seduced the hearts and palates of Montrealers with its fantastic food and great service. Although The Keg maintains an elegant ambience, customers are welcome to dress casually.
At 40 WESTT, business people can be assured of polished service while friends and couples can relax to the strains of the evening jazz ensemble while e
njoying elegant dining. The lounge features a raw bar while the main dining area boasts an exhibition kitchen with a vast charcoal grill. Come and enjoy delicious cuts of the finest corn fed “Black Angus” beef and a vast selection of wines for all budgets. The upscale, yet laid back ambiance makes 40 Westt an experience not to be missed.
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