When it comes to Montreal Plateau bars, the list is endless of where you could go, so I tried to narrow it down for you a little.\nFrom places that used to be part of churches to bars that have every knick-knack you could ever imagine, this list is filled with some cool spots.\nDare you to try and visit them all!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\n\nThe Plateau has been both locals' and tourists' favourite parts of the city for quite some time now. Knowing this, I decided to put together a list of my favourite Montreal Plateau bars, so you don't have to spend hours trying to decide where to go. This list is for every type of person, whether they've lived in the Plateau their entire life, just moved there, or just love the area. \nAs one of the trendiest boroughs of Montreal, the area naturally has a ton of cool bars within it. Some of these spots used to be part of a church, while others are as modern as green plants and marble tables get. This basically captures the essence of the Plateau at large, a perfect mix between old and new.\nThe bars on the list do everything from brewing their own beer to making cocktails with names you've never heard of. With this in mind, you'll probably want to show up thirsty.\nAnd beyond that, these Plateau bars are all versatile enough to be good spots for taking yourself on a solo date or spending a night with a group of friends.\n\nBílý Kun\nAddress: 353, rue Mont-Royal E.\n View this post on Instagram Des cocktails qui te redonneront le sourire, on en a des tonnes! 🍹🙂 . Passe nous voir pour prendre conscience des nombreux drinks offerts! . #bilykun #mtlbar #mtlnightlife #montrealnightlife #nightlife #nightout #bar #yelpmtl #restomontreal #montrealesque #mtlblog #mtlmoments #narcityquebec #livemontreal #montrealonly #photography #drink #drinks #cocktail #alcool A post shared by BILY KUN (@bilykunbar) on Apr 16, 2019 at 1:14pm PDT\n\nAt Bílý Kun, there's always live music or a DJ performing, which gives the place a great ambiance. Along with this, they have an extensive wine and beer menu, so no matter how bitter or how sweet you like your drinks, you're sure to find something you like.\nThey also have custom made matches, just in case you're looking for a bar that gives you souvenirs!\nWebsite\n\nLe Darling\nAddress: 4328, blvd. Saint-Laurent\n View this post on Instagram Bougie! #friendsgiving #montrealfood A post shared by Cara Hilt (@carahiltz) on Nov 23, 2018 at 4:04pm PST\n\nLe Darling is a perfectly versatile establishment, people can spend their days studying here and their nights partying. And, you're ever looking for a first date spot, Le Darling is your go-to. \nThe decor is unlike any other Montreal bar, with unique little knick-knacks all over the place. And when it comes to their alcohol menu, all the cider options are all delicious.\nFacebook\n\nPub Bishop & Bagg\nAddress: 52, rue Saint Viateur O.\n View this post on Instagram ✖️Last Tuesday @drahoslarobustina and I served up our cocktails head to head at @bishopandbagg for #madewithbooze🍍VS🍐✖️Just another one of many more events to come for you to get the chance to taste my @bacardi.legacy cocktail #latriadacocktail #latriada #bacardi #bacardilegacy2017 #bacardilegacy #bacardicanada #legacy2017 @bacardi.legacy @bacardicanada #bishopandbagg A post shared by La Triada cocktail (@latriadacocktail) on Jan 19, 2017 at 3:25pm PST\n\nAt Bishop & Bagg, you get the exact pub experience that we all hope for. Tasty beer, good music, and cool staff members. Not to mention, the food is to die for. \nSo, whenever you're in the mood for a beer and burger night, you know where to go!\nWebsite\n\nBAR - Big in Japan\nAddress: 4175, blvd. Saint-Laurent\n View this post on Instagram Private whiskey reserves A post shared by Chris Kelly (@amateurhuman) on May 2, 2015 at 1:52am PDT\n\nLike a true speakeasy, you wouldn't know Big in Japan was on Saint Laurent if you weren't looking for it. \nThe inside is all candlelit, making you feel instantly tranquil when you walk in. And then as you start to try their many different cocktails, you'll be feeling extra chill.\nThis makes for both a perfect romantic date spot or a great spot to take yourself on a solo date!\nFacebook\n\nBarraca\nAddress: 1134, ave. Mont-Royal E.\n View this post on Instagram On appelle ça avoir des skills! 🤘 Ce soir, mojito double au prix du simple! Viens fair eun tour au Barraca! 🌴🥥 . . . #barraca #rhum #skills #montreal #mtl #yul #cocktail #surf #drink #drinks #foodies #foodie #bartender #bar #restobar #restaurant #cocktails #rum #islands #surfsup #cheers #mixology #cocktailbar #waves #sun #montrealjetaime #montroyal #plateau #mtlmoments #goodvibesonly A post shared by Barraca Rhumerie Tapas (@barracarhum) on Feb 3, 2020 at 1:25pm PST\n\nIf you're a rum lover, Barraca is a dream bar. The bar has an extensive rum list that has products from all over the world, so you could count every visit here as a little trip in itself.\nAlso, once the heat finally starts to come through, you'll never want to leave Barraca's terrasse.\nWebsite\n\nElse's\nAddress: 156, rue Roy E.\n View this post on Instagram Having lunch. A post shared by Melissa Gmerek (@gmerekmelissa) on May 28, 2018 at 9:47am PDT\n\nElse's is honestly the ideal neighbourhood pub. And to make it even cooler, the bar's first owner has a fascinating history and it's written about her all over the walls of the bar.\nWhile there, you can sip on some beer while admiring all the Norwegian influence that surrounds you. A little trip to Europe without even leaving Montreal!\nFacebook\n\n\n\nBar Henrietta\n\n\nAddress: 115, ave. Laurier O.\n View this post on Instagram On vous attend🍸❤️ A post shared by Bar Henrietta (@barhenriettamtl) on Dec 13, 2017 at 2:03pm PST\n\nLike many of the bars on Laurier, Bar Henrietta is a classy spot to spend your 5 à 7. With the massive wine selection they have, you're sure to be staying more than two hours too.\nThere's also a great little snack menu, in case the drinking starts giving you the munchies. \nThe small size of the bar gives it an intimate feel that you'll end up feeling like you're at home in no time.\nOkay and, yes, looking at the address you're probably thinking "that's totally in the Mile End," but the street lines seem pretty blurred between these two boroughs to me.\nWebsite\n\n\n\nTaverne Saint-Sacrement\nAddress: 775, ave. Mont-Royal E.\n View this post on Instagram Saint sacrement #ss #saintsacrement #placetobe #fun #aboire #drinks #taverne #alcool #biere #beer #tavernesaintsacrement @tavernesaintsacrement #fun #plaisir #joie #amusement #joy #happy #happiness #eglise #church #amen #aleluia #aleluya A post shared by MM (@marice222) on Mar 6, 2019 at 9:07pm PST\n\nThe highlight of this bar for me has always been the staff. The bartenders are so easy to talk to and will make you whatever drink your heart desires.\nThe history of it makes it a cool spot also. The wooden sections of the bar remind you that it was once, in fact, a church, and then the name of the bar itself confirms that.\nWebsite\n\nLa Distillerie No.2\nAddress: 2047, ave. Mont-Royal E.\n View this post on Instagram La potion magique du jour le " Mr. Blue Sky " 💙 . . Dans mon bar c'est dégagé et ensoleillé! J'ai fais un sirop maison de lavande et de fleur de bleuets, j'ai mis un peu de sirop de licorne pour ajouter des glitters, un peu de citron, quelques larmes de curacao bleu, du gin Seventh Heaven, du vermouth blanc Dolin et du blanc d'oeuf pour boire un nuage. . . Cheers! 🦄⛅🌈 A post shared by La Porcelaine (@laporcelaine) on Oct 1, 2019 at 4:44pm PDT\n\nLa Distillerie No.2 is a super common spot for Plateau locals to get together at, especially since it's open until 3 a.m. every day of the week. But, there are other reasons why people keep flocking here too.\nFor one, the cocktails they serve are nothing short of delicious. And two, they have a mean happy hour! What more could you ask for?\nWebsite\n\n\n\nLe Majestique \nAddress: 4105, blvd. Saint-Laurent \n View this post on Instagram Notre commis Marcos, nerd de la bière québécoise, nous apprend un truc ou deux sur les produits de la microbrasserie Le Trou du Diable. Ça donne soif! Venez boire une petite frette du Québec avec nous! A post shared by Resto Bar Le Majestique (@lemajestique) on Oct 14, 2015 at 4:34pm PDT\n\nThis unique spot is extremely popular among Plateau locals. It's an intimate bar with few seats, which makes it easy to start up a conversation with the people around you.\nBeyond the great beer selection they offer, they're also famous around the city for their oysters.\nSo yes, it is quite, in fact, majestical — as its name suggests.\nWebsite\n\n\n\nGypsy Kitchen+Bar\nAddress: 500, rue Rachel E.\n View this post on Instagram // Turnin' coffees into cocktails since September. 🔥 A post shared by Gypsy Kitchen+Bar (@gypsykitchenbar) on Mar 26, 2019 at 4:00pm PDT\n\nAlthough Gypsy looks just like a restaurant, the ambiance gives you major bar vibes, which means you get the best of both worlds while here. As they like to say, they "turn coffees into cocktails."\nThey also have a fantastic wine selection, which you can either knock back on its own or enjoy with one of their unique dishes.\nThis cool spot also exists in Bali — just in case you're planning a trip there any time soon!\nWebsite\n\nBar Le Lab\nAddress: 279, rue Sainte-Catherine E.\n View this post on Instagram Mardi cozy. 🌚 #girlnightout @noazoulay @vanessabourde @debclery A post shared by Alexandra Bourbeau (@alexebourbeau) on May 15, 2018 at 7:12pm PDT\n\nIf you're a true cocktail lover, the mixologists who work here will become your new best friends. Since they're constantly creating new drinks for their clients to try, every one of your Le Lab experiences will feel brand new.\nAnd, the old-school vibe of the bar itself will have you coming back time and time again.\nWebsite\n\n\n\nDieu du Ciel!\nAddress: 29, ave. Laurier O.\n View this post on Instagram Walking Mile End this morning. Pick up a box of gnocchi to go at @drogheriafine and stop by @brasseriedieuduciel for a fine Hibiscus Blanc IPA 5% ☀️. • • #craftbeerguy #ipa #indiapaleale #craftbeerbar #mileendmtl #montreal #quebec #summer A post shared by Drunk Mamarrachos (@drunkmamarrachos) on Jul 2, 2019 at 9:57am PDT\n\nThis is a microbrasserie that makes its own brews, so you know you're drinking quality beer. Also, with a name like Dieu du Ciel (God of the sky), you know it has to be a cool spot.\nThey're always switching the Beers of the Day menu, so every time you go, you'll have something new to try!\n(Another bar that probably counts more as being in Mile End, but we're gonna pretend it's still the Plateau)\nWebsite\n\nMake sure to let me know if I forgot any of your Plateau faves!