With 2017 right around the corner, it's time to end 2016 off with a BANG! To do so, why not head out to some places in Montreal where you can eat, drink, and socialise with new people. It's time to party up and make what's left of 2016 great!\nREAD ALSO: Montreal’s Mount Royal Is Being Transformed Into A “Colourful Enchanted Forest” This Winter\nIt's pretty obvious that a great way to make memories is by indulging in food, drinks, and making new friends. So, I comprised a list of some amazing places where you can enjoy fabulous food, wild drinks, and meet fun people right here in Montreal. Each place is unique in their own way and most are actually supper clubs!\n1. Live The High Life At Joverse\nA photo posted by JoverseMtl (@joversemtl) on Dec 23, 2014 at 9:47am PST\n52 rue Saint-Jacques\nEnjoy a fabulous dinner at Joverse and then watch it transform into one of Montreal's wildest clubs! Their food is absolutely fabulous and I strongly suggest getting some of their famous crab cakes! Afterwards, grab a mojito with your girls and meet different people from the most unique places. You can dance, drink, and eat for the perfect night out with your BFFs and the new friends you will make.\nFacebook\n2. Live The High Life At Santos\nA photo posted by Tiffany Lauren Bennicke (@tiffanybennicke) on Dec 14, 2016 at 10:01pm PST\n191 Rue Saint Paul O\nHave a Spanish tapas styled dinner at Santos! Santos offers a nice light meal before the real partying starts after eleven when it turns into a hot AF bar. This is the perfect place for a classy night out while meeting new people who may or may not be from Montreal.\nWebsite\n3. Live The High Life At SuWu\nA photo posted by Angie Ordonez (@angieordnz) on Nov 11, 2016 at 5:18am PST\n3581 Boul St-Laurent\nNot only can you get a boozy brunch at SuWu, but you can also enjoy a unique dinner before the shots, shots, shots! They specialize in making cocktails and what they like to call 'gourmet bar bites'! You will definitely have a fabulous night out!\nFacebook\n4. Live The High Life At Pink Flamingo\nA photo posted by @saramasek on Sep 19, 2016 at 4:29pm PDT\n438 Place Jacques Cartier\nFor good food, good drinks, and new people, I recommend going to Pink Flamingo! Not only will you feel classy AF, but you will also enjoy nice champagne and some delectable food! Their french cuisine is fabulous and the atmosphere is elegant enough that you can meet new people who aren't complete wierdos.\nFacebook\n5. Live The High Life At Soubois\nA photo posted by T R i S T A N (@tristanpoitras) on Dec 1, 2016 at 5:12pm PST\n1106 Maisonneuve Blvd W\nNot only does Soubois have the best nightlife in Montreal, but their food is to die for! They offer fresh quality ingredients that come together to make the most delightful dishes. One of their most famous dishes happens to be their duck tartar! So this is definitely the place to be for a wild night that fulfills your food desires, drink desires, and social desires.\nFacebook\n6. Live The High Life At Bevo\nA photo posted by Genevieve (@genevievefilion) on Oct 24, 2015 at 8:02pm PDT\n410 St Vincent St\nFor authentic Italian dishes, like their amazing pizza, I recommend checking out Bevo! Not only are they a pizzeria, but they are also a bar! You can drink up and meet as many people as you please while enjoying the class atmosphere.\nFacebook\n7. Live The High Life At Suite 701\nA photo posted by Richard & Benjamin ???? (@thebarm) on Dec 8, 2016 at 6:59am PST\n701 Côte de la Place d’Armes\nSuite 701 is honestly a perfect place for a boozy brunch as it is located right in the heart of Montreal! Not only do they have superb food, but they have amazing drinks. They offer a very impressive boozy brunch where you and your BFF can get tipsy at while enjoying some great eats and deep convos. They even have “Option Grande Soif”! A 2 hour open bar add-on option that is completely perfect for a fun night out.\nFacebook\n8. Live The High Life At Big In Japan\nA photo posted by Christopher Stengel (@cstengel) on Jul 3, 2016 at 7:43am PDT\n4175 Boul St-Laurent\nBig In Japan is definitely the place to be if you are looking for a nice candlelit dinner over some hot AF drinks! I strongly recommend Big In Japan if you want to have a fun night but if you would also like to meet new people in an elegant way.\nFacebook\n9. Live The High Life At Flyjin\nA photo posted by Catherine Dufour (@catherine_dufour) on Oct 15, 2016 at 7:54pm PDT\n417 Rue St. Pierre\nThey offer Japanese fusion izakaya that pairs perfectly with their nightlife. After you complete you crazy meal, you can have a wild night since then it turns into a club with a live DJ. Flyjin in is super trendy and a great place to meet new and fun people in Montreal.\nWebsite\n10. Live The High Life At Toyo\nA photo posted by amy_ts_leung (@amy_ts_leung) on May 16, 2014 at 11:38am PDT\n6230 Rue St-Hubert\nToyo is a classic example of a teppanyaki restaurant! Here, you and a few of your friends can grab a table with some other Montrealer's and enjoy a wild dinner with some drinks. There may not be any dancing but there sure will be some socialization!\nWebsite\n11. Live The High Life At Laika\nA photo posted by tind.org thisisnotdesign (@tind) on Mar 18, 2014 at 6:32am PDT\n4040 Boulevard St-Laurent\nFacebook\n12. Live The High Life At Deville\nA photo posted by Grumps? (@missgrumpy) on Oct 17, 2016 at 4:56pm PDT\n1425 Rue Stanley\nIf you love some awesome burgers and some even more delicious and larger than life drinks, then I suggest checking out Deville! They have these amazing fish bowl drinks, doughnut balls, salads, burgers, and much more to make your mouths water while you can simultaneously meet new people.\nFacebook\n13. Live The High Life At Velvet – Auberge St-Gabriel\nA photo posted by Meher Nalbandian (@meher_nalbandian) on Jun 12, 2016 at 7:56pm PDT\n420 Rue St-Gabriel Montreal, QuebecAuberge St-Gabriel is perfect for some refined new French cuisine in a chic and restored historic inn that later turns into a superb club! The stone walls are antique AF but also beautiful. You can party up and meet some great new people!