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Montreal's First-Ever Official Metro Bar Map

Because you never know when you'll need a drink.

Montreal is city full of bars.

We didn't realize this up until recently, but just like restaurants, we have more bars per capita than any other city in Canada.

So basically we like our bars and we like having them close.

READ ALSO: It’s Official, Montreal Is Ranked #1 Best “Party City” In Canada.

That's why we decided to map out all the bars in Montreal that are located closest to each metro station.

Some stations had too many to choose from and some barely had any so we did the best we could.

Unfortunately, since this is Montreal, by the time this post get published some of these bars might already be closed. That's why we made sure to give you plenty of options.

(Note: Cover photo doesn't list every single bar to avoid clutter. For the complete list check out each Metro line individually below. Bars were chosen based on proximity only)

THE GREEN LINE

THE BLUE LINE

THE ORANGE LINE

THE YELLOW LINE


finalgreen

Connecting Montreal's downtown core, the original stretch of the STM's Green Line went from Atwater to Frontenac stations. In 1976, the line was extended eastwards to Honoré-Beaugrand then westwards in '78 to Angrignon, with the former extension allowing easier access to the Olympic Stadium when the Summer Games were being held.


Angrignon

AJ's Bar

Brasserie Des Rapides

Pub PJ 

Sports Rock Cafe


Monk

Monkee's

Bar Et Lounge Université De Ville-Emard

AJ

Bardeco


Jolicoeur

Resto - Bar Trevi

Balconville

Benelux


Verdun

Balconville

Benelux

Pub St-Charles


De l’Eglise

Benelux

Balconville

Pub St-Charles


Lasalle

Pub St-Charles

Brasserie Des Rapides

Balconville


Charlevoix

Burgundy Lion

Pub Griffin

Lord William Pub

Liverpool House

New System BAR-B-Q


 Lionel-Groulx

Drinkerie Saint-Cunegonde Drinkery

Liverpool House

Burgundy Lion


Atwater

Forum Sports Bar

La Station des Sports

IMADAKE


Guy-Concordia

Pub Andrew's

Irish Embassy

Cock n Bull

McKibbins Irish Pub


 Peel

McLean's

Peel Pub

London Pub


McGill

Le vieux Dublin Pub

Nyks Bistro Pub

Trois Brasseurs

Biru


Place-des-Arts

Taverne F

Biru

Brasserie T!

La Traite


Saint-Laurent

Foufounes Electriques

St-Catherine & Burger RestoBar

MVP Resto Bar Sportif

Brasserie T!


 Beaudry

Le Cheval Blanc

Malbar

Le Saloon Bistro Bar

Rebel Brasserie Urbaine


Papineau

Grenade

Bar Le Cocktail

Bar Le Rocky


Frontenac

Taverne Metro Pub

Station Host

Bistro Sur La Riviere


 Préfontaine

Labarake Caserne à Manger

Boswell - Brasserie artisanale

Bistro La Cervoise


Joliette

Taverne Morelli

Pub Maisonneuve

Le Valois


Pie-IX

Monsieur Smith

Le Valois

Bistro La Cervoise


Viau

Le Toit Rouge

Madisons New York Grill & Bar

Monsieur Smith

Bistro La Cervoise


Assomption

Madisons New York Grill & Bar

Aurora Resto-Pub

Resto-Pub Parkway


Cadillac

Le Permis De Biere

Aurora Resto-Pub

Broue Pub Brouhaha

Resto-Pub Parkway


 Langelier

Aurora Resto-Pub

Le Permis De Biere

Broue Pub Brouhaha

Resto-Pub Parkway


Radisson

La Cage - Brasserie sportive

Nickels Deli & Bar


Honoré-Beaugrand

Bar Le Champlain

La Cage - Brasserie Sportive


The most recent of Montreal's metro routes to be built, the Blue Line officially started running in 1986. The only route not to connect with Berri-UQAM, the Blue Line serves the very important function of providing fast-and-easy travel through Montreal's northern neighbourhoods. An extension for the Blue Line is currently being planned, with the four new stations potentially being built above-ground.

Snowdon

Bar Snowdon

Vodka Bar Inc


bluemapbar

Côte-des-Neiges

Pub McCarold

LesTontons+Flingueurs

Resto Bar La Maisonnee


Université de Montreal

Saint-Houblon

Pub McCarold

Les Tontons  Flingueurs


Édouard-Montpetit

Restaurant Perce



De Castelnau

Café Lounge Equinoxe

Le Pourvoyeur

Bare Nos Aieux 


Jean-Talon

Bar Pub St-Denis

Le Pourvoyeur

Bar De Nos Aieux


Fabre

Le Broadway

Bar Brutus


D'Iberville

Au P'tit Buck


Saint-Michel


orangebar

Montreal's longest metro line, measuring 30 kilometers, the Orange Line is also the city's most-used, which makes a lot of sense since it connects so many parts of Montreal, from Laval to Old Montreal. And now, with the new AZUR trains, the Orange Line is even more appealing, with the restaurants to be found along the line notwithstanding.


 Côte-Vertu

Le Tequila Bar

Arahova Souvlaki & Sports Bar

Mediterraneo Steakhouse


Du College

Resto du College

Le Tequila Bar

Arahova Souvlaki & Sports Bar

Mediterraneo Steakhouse


De La Savane

Rib n Reef

Tiffany's

Pub Pare


Namur

Pub Pare

Baton Rouge

Dunn's Famous


Plamondon

Vodka Bar Inc

Bar Cafe Grande Geule


Cote Saint Catherine

Bar Cafe Grande Geule

Pub McCarold

Vodka Bar Inc


Villa-Maria

Ye Old Orchard

Typhoon Lounge

Bar Snowdon


Vendome

Next Door Pub and Grill

Ye Old Orchard


Place-Saint-Henri

Buvette Ludger 

Ye Old Orchard

Le Tequila Bar


 Georges-Vanier

Moose Bawr

Pub Cock n' Bull

Forum Sports Bar


Lucien-L'Allier

Brutopia

Irish Embassy

Upstairs Jazz Bar and Grill


Bonaventure

Peel Pub

Resto Pub Le 100 Genie

Ye Old Orchard Pub And Grill

McLeans

Brutopia


 Square-Victoria-OACI

Commerce

Le Vieux Dublin

Pub Victoria


Place-d'Armes

Rosewood

L'Assomoir Notre-Dame

Méchant Boeuf Bar-Brasserie

Commerce


Champs-De-Mars

Pub du Faubourg

Brasseur de Montréal

Pub BreWskey


Sherbrooke

L'Amère À Boire

La Taverne du Cheval Blanc

Randolphe Pub Ludique


Mont-Royal

Fitzroy

Les Torchés

Mange-Moi

Brasserie Rachel Rachel

Clébard


Laurier

Dieu Du Ciel

Le Barbare

Clébard

Pierre et Pierre


Rosemont

Le Saint Édouard - Bar de quartier

Whisky Café

Bishop & Bagg


Beaubien

Bar Brutus

Bar Le Vestaire

Globeater

Yïsst

Isle de Garde

Le Saint Édouard - Bar de Quartier


Jarry

Etoh Brasserie

Taverne Jarry

Restaurant Alillo


Crémazie

Pub du Métro

Club Magnum

Auberge Du Dragon Rouge


Sauvé

123 Bar Vintage

St-Hubert (sorry)


Henri-Bourassa

Bar Lajeunesse

Coin Du Metro

Bar Terminus


Cartier

Futuriste Resto Pub


De la Concorde

Bar 1323


Montmorency


yellow bar map

Despite being the shortest line, and only boasting three stations, the STM's Yellow Line has always been popular. When it first opened in 1967, the Yellow Line served to take folks to Expo '67 (actually, the line wasn't even planned until the city won the bid to host the World's Fair) and Montrealers today use the route to get to the many events held at Parc Jean-Drapeau. Oh, and lets not forget all the people heading to/from Longeuil.


 Berri-UQAM

Trois Brasseurs

Saint Houblon

Pub L'ile Noir

Patricks Pub


Jean-Drapeau

Pavillon 67


Longueuil–Université-de-Sherbrooke

Taverne Renaud


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