Best Montreal Places To Get Hot Alcoholic Drinks 2015

The weather calls for mulled wine.
Best Montreal Places To Get Hot Alcoholic Drinks 2015

What do you do when it's too cold for shots, but you still want to drink? You find yourself some hot alcohol, my friends. Okay, maybe you're not even that big of a drinker. Maybe you just genuinely enjoy mulled wine, hot toddies, and spiked coffees. Whatever the case may be, you're in luck, because Montreal has got a bunch of awesome places for you to sample your favourite warm boozy beverage. Read on for the Best Montreal Places To Get Hot Alcoholic Drinks 2015.

1. N Sur Mackay

1244 Rue Mackay

Real talk: everyone loves N Sur Mackay. Why? Maybe it's the laid back, friendly atmosphere. Maybe it's the great location. Maybe it's the awesome drinks. Chances are, it's the right mix of all of these things. The great news? If you're in the mood to warm up with a hot drink this winter, N Sur Mackay has got you covered. Hot toddies, anyone?


2. Chez Suzette

3 Rue Saint Paul E

Question - what goes really well with awesome crepes? Spiked warm drinks, my friends, and at Chez Suzette, you can get spiked warm drinks (like mulled wine!) and awesome crepes, all in a cozy eatery right in Old Montreal. I don't know if there's anything that sounds better - especially on a snowy winter day. Enjoy, my friends. Enjoy.


3. Else's

156 Rue Roy E

In the mood for some cider? Then you came to the right place. Else's is kind of synonymous with "awesome hot cider" in Montreal, and its location makes it the perfect place to go when you're craving something boozy to warm you up during the cold winter nights in the city. Amazing? Amazing.


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4. Mesa 14

1425 Rue Bishop

Okay, I know. Mesa 14 is home to awesome Mexican dishes, not awesome hot drinks... right? Wrong, friends. So, so wrong. Mesa 14's menu boasts a bunch of hot, delicious, boozy coffees, so that you can warm up with a boost of energy and an extra shot of happiness. Quick recommendation: the Mexican coffee, with Kahlua and Grand Marnier. Try it now, thank me later.


5. Hurley's Irish Pub

1225 Rue Crescent

Hurley's promises a great time, a warm atmosphere, and a huge menu of delicious pub food. But did you know that you can also order some hot alcoholic coffees to warm you up during the harsh winter months? Oh yes, friends. I know. Get yourself there pronto, and while you're there make sure to try their Famous Irish Coffee. Just trust me on this. #Amazing.


6. Roberto's

2227 Rue Bélanger

Two words: Bailey's coffee. Roberto's is primarily known for serving up delicious Italian gelato, but those of us who know, know that their spiked coffees are among the best. Ever. End of story. Although they have Spanish and Irish coffee available for you, their Bailey's coffee is legit out of this world.


7. Juliette et Chocolat

Multiple locations

The quintessential spot for hot chocolate in Montreal, you'll be hard pressed to find a better spot to enjoy something warm and chocolatey to keep you warm when the weather drops. The best part? Their chocolate drinks that include everyone's favourite solution: alcohol. Wipe those happiness tears and get yourself to Juliette et Chocolat, ASAP.


8. La Belle Et La Boeuf

7999 Galeries d'Anjou | 1620 Rue Ste-Catherine O

Real talk: how fun is La Belle et la Boeuf? Not only do you get a super fun, laid back atmosphere, but you get some pretty legit food and drinks as well. And since this is a list about hot alcohol, you know they've got all your warm, boozy needs covered. Try their Hotshot Coffee for a fun twist on espresso... but if you're feeling really daring, get their Nirvana drink. They light it on fire. It's amazing.


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