A Look Inside Downtown Montreal's All-New "Garden Theme" Bar (14 Photos)

Something unlike you've experienced before.

Guys, if there's one chef I look up to in Montreal, it's probably Antonio Park.

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Maybe because Park is my goal restaurant forever; maybe it's because I am in love with the concept behind Lavanderia; or maybe it's because he's straight-up awesome.

I don't know, friends. But I do know that when I heard about his all-new project, Kampai Garden (1616 Rue Sainte-Catherine O), I was already in love.

And once I saw all the gorgeous pictures of the inside, that sold it for me. So feast your eyes on Antonio Park's new "garden bar", and prepare to fall in love, too.

BRB, referring to Montreal as 'Funtreal' from now on.

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Stunning, TBH.

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My life motto.

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A marquis on the bar? Sign me TF up

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Garden views!

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Just had to sneak a food pic in here. Look how good everything looks!

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Okay, legit, I want this sign in my house.

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Real life plants for days.

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I'm an actual tile fanatic, and these tiles are on point.

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Forever in love with this bar.

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Honestly, can I get married under this sign?

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Literally looks like the most fun garden, ever.

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Lights and plants and lights and plants.

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Pool party, anyone?

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