Looking for something to do this weekend but tired of the same old, same old?\nHere are 10 super unique spots in Montreal to shake up your nightlife scene.\nFrom Russian and Cuban themed bars to dinners with a show, here's a list of stuff to get you thinking outside the box!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nMontreal is known for many things and its abundance of eatery options is, of course, one of those things that make our city what it is. With countless places to discover in the city, Montreal can offer something new to nearly anyone.\nAnother thing Montreal is known for is our quirky style, creative flair and incredible vibe, making this an ideal city for all kinds of themed restaurants. I began to wonder if the 514 was home to any interesting themed spots and to no surprise at all, it was.\nOf course, my curiosity got the best of me and I decided to learn a little more about what each of these themed establishments had to offer OMG these spots are beyond epic.\nIf you constantly find yourself looking for different and interesting places to go, then this list is for you.\nFrom old school diner vibes to bars that bring you back to the prohibition era, Montreal’s themed spots are top-notch.\nWhy not step outside your comfort zone and go experience something you never have before, you can even dress to theme, how fun!\nHarry Potter Themed Bar & Resto\nView this post on Instagram The Lockhart, Montréal: a Harry Potter inspired cocktail bar 🍹 #montreal #montrealfood #restaurant #foodphotography #foodie #harrypotter #potterhead #bar #chocolatefrog A post shared by Kelly (@kellygarsha) on Aug 16, 2019 at 7:24pm PDT\nWhere: Lockhart, 3979 Rue St-Denis\nThis Harry Potter inspired venue served some delectable craft cocktails and pairs them with an eclectic array of eats to make this a go-to spot for any Harry Potter lover in the city.\nThe dimply lit room is decorated to create a comfortable and comforting ambiance and it is somewhere that you can spend hours in.\nIf you love Harry Potter, Lockhart is worth checking out.\nCheck out their website here!\nOld School Inspired Diner\nView this post on Instagram Barstool game strong and our milkshake game even stronger. #jukeboxburgers #decor #milkshake A post shared by Jukebox Burgers (@jukeboxburgers) on Apr 10, 2019 at 10:01am PDT\nWhere: Juke Box Burgers, 11798 Boulevard Salaberry\nLocated in Montreal’s West Island, Juke Box Burgers is a vintage 50’s inspired diner.\nNot only do they serve up some of the most decadent and generous plates but their old-fashioned deserts is what really impressed me. The food is good, the décor is great and everything about this eatery screams old school.\nIf you have yet to go, trust me when I tell you, it is worth the commute.\nCheck out their website here!\nEat Surprise Dishes In The Dark\nView this post on Instagram Râble de lapin farci à la volaille, aux abricots et bacon 🥓 🤤 . . . . #lapin#bacon#montreal #mtleats #tastemtl #vscofood#montrealjetaime #mtlfood #mtleats#eeeeeats #cheatdayeats #eatplaylive#tastemtl #tastemontreal #themain#foodlove #santé #bienmanger#prendresoindesoi #bouffe #manger#repas #bonappetit #yul #yuleat#montrealphoto #montreal #montrealfood#mtlmoments #mtlbouffe #ondejeune#mtlcafecrawl A post shared by oNoir Restaurant (@onoirmtl) on Mar 27, 2018 at 12:50pm PDT\nWhere: O.Noir, 124 Rue Prince Arthur Est\nAs someone who has a blind grandmother, I have always been curious about what it is like to not be able to see. O.Noir is a restaurant that allows you to experience just that.\nThis establishment allows you to eat in a completely dark dining room and when I say completely dark I mean it.\nThe visually-impaired staff serves you your surprise meal and yes, you need to eat it in complete darkness. It is a shame you can't see what you are eating because the plates are gorgeous.\nThis is a dining experience like no other and worth trying at least one time in your life.\nCheck out their website here!\nFrench Medieval Themed Inn & Resto\nView this post on Instagram The best place to go for a pre-season finale! Who else is watching #got? 🐉🙈 #thematicrestaurant #youknownothingjonsnow A post shared by Patricia 📍Montreal 🇲🇽 |🇨🇦 (@patrjjm) on Aug 27, 2017 at 4:58pm PDT\nWhere: Lauberge du Dragon Rouge, 8870 Rue Lajeunesse\nThis boisterous French medieval themed inn is stocked with period décor, fare & mead and a ton of activities to participate in.\nThis is one of the most fun dining experience you will have in Montreal and if you love Medieval France, you will fall in love with this spot.\nVisit their website here!\nProhibition Era Speakeasy Bar & Bistro\nView this post on Instagram Gnocchis maison au parmesan et escargots, sauce au persil et vin blanc. 😜🍽💥 #lespeakeasymtl A post shared by 🚨 LE SPEAKEASY 🚨 (@lespeakeasymtl) on Aug 31, 2016 at 12:10pm PDT\nWhere: Le Speakeasy, 120 Rue McGill\nLe Speakeasy is a bar that was inspired by the prohibition era. The chandelier-lit local has a secret entrance, which plays on its theme.\nNot only is this a cool place aesthetically but the elevated bistro menu and scrumptious cocktails make this one of the trendiest spots in the 514.\nVisit their website here!\nGospel Brunch\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Nilton Junior (@nilton__junior) on Jul 1, 2019 at 2:54pm PDT\nWhere: Le Balcon, 63 Rue Saint-Catherine Ouest\nWho doesn’t like a little show while enjoying dinner? At Le Balcon, you can enjoy live entertainment while you nosh on some incredible eats.\nThey even have a Gospel Brunch, which sounds like everything I never knew I needed.\nCheck out their website here!\nCuban Inspired Café & Bar\nView this post on Instagram Cuba dans les moindres recoins 🥰 A post shared by La Habanera (@lahabanera_mtl) on Jun 10, 2019 at 8:32am PDT\nWhere: La Habanera, 1216 Avenue Union\nDo you want to go to Cuba but can’t afford a vacation right now? Well, if that is so, I have a surprise for you.\nThis little café & bar is not only serving up insanely good Cuban dishes but the vibe and décor give you the impression of being in Havana.\nWhy not enjoy a cocktail in Montreal’s little slice of paradise, our very own, little Cuba.\nVisit their website here!\nDinner & A Jazz Show\nView this post on Instagram VIVE LE JAZZ! #MaisonJazz #JeSuisEnAmour #QuelleCoiffe A post shared by Pascal Morrissette (@pascal_morrissette) on May 6, 2017 at 8:15pm PDT\nWhere: House of Jazz, 2060 Rue Aylmer\nMontreal is a city that oozes talent and if you want front row seats to a great show, house of jazz is a great place to start.\nThis beautiful space was designed for good food, great drinks and even better music.\nNot only is the décor stunning but there is even a terrace. This is a culinary experience that is a treat for your stomach, eyes and ears.\nVisit their website here!\nRussian Inspired Bar & Terrasse\nView this post on Instagram Catch ya next Wednesday’s for our No House! No Techno! Night w/ Abdou Kaj Collective 🤪🍹📸 A post shared by Bar Datcha (@bardatcha) on May 12, 2019 at 2:25pm PDT\nWhere: Bar Datcha, 98 Avenue Laurier Ouest\nThis trendy cocktail bar is known for its good vibes and innovative drinks. There is a gorgeous terrasse and customers tend to get up and dance. To make this spot even better, it is Russian themed, I mean come on, that is so awesome!\nA datcha is a "country cottage" in Russian, much like a French "chalet," though this place is definitely on the urban end of the spectrum.\nThey also do tarot card readings once a week alongside a jazz show!\nVisit their Instagram page here!\nNow you're ready to wow your date with a night out that is sure to be memorable and more than just dinner and a movie!