Straight up, if you love going out, then you're super lucky to be in Montreal. There's pretty much something fun to do all the time, and a bunch of awesome places to go to. Plus, you know, Montreal is full of awesome people - which means awesome crowds. But what if you're not down to mingle with people super out of your age group? It's okay. You can say it. Sometimes when you're out, you just feel more comfortable with people your own age. No harm, friend. And if you are partial to people who are close to your age, then don't sweat it. Here are the Best Montreal Places To Go Out Based On Your Age.
Just starting to go out? Don't sweat it. Here are some vibrant, energetic places (that are also centrally located!) guaranteed to be a fun time, all the time:
Awesome location? Check. Beautiful decor? Check. Fun crowds? Check. Great music? Check. PinQ is always a guaranteed good time, which makes it a choice spot for those of us who who still have the energy to keep up with its awesome vibe.
Photo cred - B-Side Bar & Terrasse
Always packed and always a good time, B-Side is one of your best bets for having fun on a Friday night. Or a Saturday night. Or a Thursday night. Honestly, B-Side is pretty much a guaranteed good time no matter when you decide to go.
The beginning of your twenties is super fun. Thirty is still not yet around the corner, your responsibilities are generally not as heavy as they'll become, and things are all around super chill. To match this chill stage in your life, take a visit to these vibrant and fun places:
La Distillerie is like a perfect package of awesome music, on point cocktails,and an awesome space. You can't not have fun at La Distillerie - especially not while going HAM on a mason jar drink. Yum.
If you go to Tokyo to party, you won't be disappointed. Everyone - from the bartenders to the crowd - knows how to have a good time, and how to make sure that you do, too. Pack your party hats and go beast.
As you approach the mid/end of your twenties, it's important not to get too bogged down by school and work responsibilities. Remember #Yolo? I think we should bring that back. In the meantime, go to these super fun places to remember what being in your twenties is really about:
The quintessential club on Prince Arthur, there's nothing Rouge is known for more than having fun. Two floors, awesome music, and a packed space ensures that your night out will be top notch.
Great food, great drinks, and a great atmosphere all come together at Joverse to make your experience pretty much unforgettable. If you wanted to have a good time... well, you came to the right place.
Searching for a fun place to go? Well, stop the search. Muzique is pretty much synonymous with "awesome time" in Montreal - and with amazing music, on point drinks, and the kind of atmosphere that turns down for nothing, it's no wonder why. Get there now, thank me later.
28 - 30:
Ah, the in-between years. Even though your adult life might just be starting out, it doesn't mean you can't still have fun - and lots of it. Check out these awesome places for a guaranteed good time out. Or, you know. One last hurrah before you enter your thirties. (Kidding.) (Kind of):
With an easygoing and friendly crowd, amazing drinks, and an overall awesome atmosphere, it's no wonder Clebard is the go-to for young adults to enjoy themselves.
Photo cred - Peopl
Peopl, so hot right now. But seriously, if you're at Peopl, you're there to do one thing: have fun. And you get to do it, friends. So, so well.
As you reach your 30s, life becomes less about how many shots you can pound down in an hour and more about where you can chill with friends, where you can impress colleagues, and overall experience in general. And if a great place also happens to serve awesome food? All the better. These places are sure to become your next favourite spots as you cross the threshold from 20s to 30s:
If this isn't the most perfect place for a classy soiree, I don't know what is. See also: where to go to impress a date, your friends, your colleagues, and pretty much everyone else in your life.