With the year 2020 rapidly approaching, MTL Blog thought it would be appropriate to make a list of Montreal places to visit that make you feel you're in the 1920s.\nTime travel 100 years back at one of these ten establishments!\nFind out where you can live out the roaring 20s in Montreal below!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nWhen you think of the 1920s, you think of The Great Gatsby. You think of glamour, cabaret performances, speakeasies, and loud music. With 2020 right around the corner, it feels as if we are only getting further from that lavishness that the roaring 20s exuded. Luckily for us, we live in Montreal and as we know, our city accommodates all of our needs, including the urge to go back in time. Throughout Montreal, there are many places to visit that will give guests the illusion of walking into a different decade.\nMontreal is an old city, with a ton of charm and history, which is why it is common to find locations that give off that old world charm.\nFrom trendy bars and nightclubs to old banks and theatres, Montreal is crawling with picturesque locations that will trigger your imagination and impress your social media following.\n1920 was 100 years ago and throughout those 100 years, a lot has happened. And although I'm not sure I would want to go back to that time permanently, it's always fun to play pretend for a night or two.\nExplore this list, dress up in 1920s inspired outfits and paint the town red!\nVelvet\nWhere: 426 Rue St Gabriel\nView this post on Instagram 10 years already. Be part of this adventure with us this week-end. Be Fabulous, Be Yourself & Be There. #velvetspeakeasy A post shared by Velvet Speakeasy (@velvet_speakeasy) on Sep 11, 2019 at 6:22pm PDT\nBuilt-in 1688, this legendary Montreal spot was the first “auberge” in North America to receive a liquor licence in 1754.\nLocated in the basement of the oldest establishment in Montreal, guests can access this nightclub by walking through stone tunnels, which give off a mysterious allure.\nThis cozy speakeasy is reminiscent of establishments you would find during the 1920s, so its the perfect place to time travel for a night.\nWebsite\nBord’Elle\nWhere: 390 Rue St Jacques\nView this post on Instagram Change of plans! For the extended Christmas holidays we will be closed tomorrow January 3rd to give our staff a well deserved day off! See you Friday January 4th usual 😉 A post shared by Bord'Elle (@bordellemtl) on Jan 2, 2019 at 1:25am PST\nThis 1920’s inspired establishment offers customers fancy cocktails, decadent dishes, live performances and decor that transports you to a different era.\nIf Gatsby was living in Montreal, I have a feeling this would be his go-to nightclub in the city!\nWebsite\nHouse of Jazz\nWhere: 2060 Rue Aylmer\nView this post on Instagram ‘’The beautiful thing about learning is nobody can take it away from you’’ - B.B. King A post shared by House of Jazz (@maisondujazz) on Aug 19, 2019 at 2:36pm PDT\nThere is something magical about this snazzy jazz bar that gives off the illusion of entering an establishment in the 1920s.\nFrom the chic decor and breathtaking chandeliers to the smooth sounds of jazz playing in the background, this Montreal spot is sure to take you back 100 years.\nWebsite\nLe Speakeasy\nWhere: 120 Rue McGill\nView this post on Instagram Wanted wall #montreal #travel #voyage #voyageursdumonde #canada #firststop 🇨🇦 A post shared by Louis Giraudeau (@louisgiraudeau) on Apr 16, 2018 at 4:42pm PDT\nThis trendy bar is decked with chandeliers and a secret entrance, all of which play on their prohibition-era theme.\nThis spot offers an elevated bistro menu, great cocktails and is aesthetically very appealing. And, to top it off, you will truly have the impression that you are sipping cocktails in a fabulous joint during the roaring 20s.\nWebsite\nCrew Collective & Café\nWhere: 360 Rue Saint Jacques\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Alex Dglx (@sexyinstabear) on Jan 2, 2019 at 6:55pm PST\nCrew Collective & Café is without a doubt one of my favourite spots in the city. The breath-taking cathedral-style space is not only incredibly photogenic, but it is glamorous enough to be mistaken for an over-the-top 1920s theatre.\nWebsite\nDominion Square Tavern\nWhere: 1243 Rue Metcalfe\nView this post on Instagram 🍻 @tavernesquaredominion A post shared by Marie-Joelle Parent (@mariejoelleparent) on Dec 30, 2018 at 6:32pm PST\nLocated in a refurbished 1927’s cavern this little piece of history truly makes you feel like you have gone back 100 or so years.\nNot only does this establishment well decorated and on-theme but their food and old fashioned drinks are also very memorable.\nAll in all this place is a must for anyone looking to go back a couple of decades.\nWebsite\nGareViger\nWhere: 700 Rue Saint Antoine Est\nView this post on Instagram Photo-souvenir d'une belle soirée entre amis lors du 2ième Gala de la Fondation de l'hôpital de Verdun ayant pour thématique les années folles! Merci aux gens qui se sont déplacés en grand nombre et qui ont permis à la Fondation d'amasser un montant de 77 400$. #hopverdun Crédit photo: @gaellevphotography A post shared by Sébastien Benoit (@sebbenoit72) on Apr 5, 2017 at 5:26am PDT\nThere is something magical about this Old Port Venue. The historic architectural landmark is now home to a unique event space that gives guests an illusion of entering a different era.\nThe chandeliers contrast the exposed brick beautifully combining both the luxury and rawness of the 1920s.\nWebsite\nRialto Theater\nWhere: 5723 Ave Du Parc\nView this post on Instagram Mission possible 2016 #foodporn #mileend #mtl #missionpossible2016 #fancynight #charity A post shared by Stéphanie LaЯivière (@stephanielari) on Sep 26, 2016 at 5:32pm PDT\nLocated on Avenue Du Pac, this former movie palace is a National Historic Site. The intricate details give a glamorous touch to this magnificent establishment.\nRialto Theater is now an event space and is a great spot for anyone wanting to throw a Gastbyesque event that evokes true 1920s feels.\nWebsite\nCabaret Mado\nWhere: 1115 Rue Sainte Catherine\nView this post on Instagram I was in silent pictures once...but they could'nt shut me Up 😂🤣 #salutlagang #vintage #goldenage #silentpictures #oldhollywood #dragqueen #mtldrag #village #cabaretmado A post shared by Bobépine (@bobepineee) on Oct 30, 2019 at 2:58pm PDT\nDuring the 1920sm Cabaret performances were all the rage and this Montreal hot spot exudes that same energy that people obsessed over during that time.\nCabaret Mado allows guests to sit back and enjoy gender-bending performances while sipping on cocktails and pretending like they're in the 1920s.\nWebsite\nTheater St James\nWhere: 265 Rue St Jacques\nView this post on Instagram #TBT to this glamourous #gatsbyparty ✨🍸🎞 . . . Photographer | Groupe NH Photographes Catering | @fairmontqueene Rentals | @celebrationsgroup, @joesprophouse & @tenue_de_soiree Florist | @ndgflorist Visual Art Director | Sheldon Kravitz A post shared by Théâtre St-James (@theatrestjames) on Jan 18, 2018 at 11:06am PST\nThis gorgeous space in Old Montreal is the type of place that Gatsby would have gotten married in.\nEquipped with 70 feet high stone walls, marble floors and a stained-glass dome, this ornate theatre will truly take your breath away.\nLocated in an old bank, the original safe is still inside of the building, which is one of the coolest things about this space!\nWebsite\nTime to live out those roaring 20s!