Few bars and restaurants have the power to seduce the senses to the point where you forget which city you're in for a second. Even fewer of those bars are in Montreal.\nREAD ALSO: How Two Canadians Became Super Rich By Selling Cans Of Air\nView this post on Instagram Let's get cozy in the booth🎌🏮 A post shared by Gokudo (@gokudo_mtl) on Feb 1, 2018 at 2:18pm PST\nIf you're looking for more than just a simple rum and coke, there are a few bars scattered across the city that not just offer unique and creative original cocktails, but also an interior that will transport you to a totally different place.\nGokodu is one of them. A Japanese-inspired bar run by the same people behind some other bars Escondite, Habanera, Birru, and Koa.\nView this post on Instagram The #perfect touch A post shared by Gokudo (@gokudo_mtl) on Jan 12, 2018 at 2:06pm PST\nThe inconspicuous bar is located in a very conspicuous area of downtown Montreal, right on Cathcart street. But with a very simple and understated exterior, you may never know it was there, until now.\nOnce you venture inside, with its dim subtle lighting and dark color palette, the interior of this 45-seat resto/bar will transport you to another place.\nOn the drink menu, you will find Japanese inspired cocktails, carefully hand-crafted with precise attention to detail that is hard to come by these days. And not only do they do drinks, but they also serve a menu of light snacks and Japanese driven items such as salmon tartar, spicy scallops, and baby octopus salad.\nView this post on Instagram Tout est mieux à deux. Passez cette #SaintValentin en toute intimité à notre fish shack #Ryoshi!⠀ ⠀ #ValentinesDay♥ A post shared by Gokudo (@gokudo_mtl) on Feb 14, 2018 at 9:05am PST\nThis is looking more and more like the perfect spot to bring a date or share a drink with someone special. Whoever that may be.\n@gokudo_mtlembedded via\nFor more info, check out their Facebook page HERE.