Here are 7 Montreal bars and restaurants where you can get the feel of a tropical beach vacation if you're too broke to travel this winter.\nPretend you're sitting poolside in Palm Springs or sipping a cocktail on a Polynesian beach at sunset.\nWhen the weather gets grey, head to one of these places.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nSocial media is slowly becoming flooded with holiday vacation pictures. For the unlucky few of us that are stuck behind this holiday season, it is a great time to explore the Montreal tropics. Throughout our city are bars and restaurants that offer glimpses of paradise and can give you a little taste of the vacation you so desperately need but can't afford.\nWarm vacations are great but living in a city as alive as Montreal is worth the cold. If you are constantly searching for places where you can warm up and feel connected to the heat, then our city has a few surprises for you.\nFrom Cuban-inspired cafés and Tiki bars to Thai eateries and Palm Springs-style oases, our city has plenty of opportunity for tropical fun.\nThis list will guide you through local spots that will give you that vacation feel, without the spending or the passport!\nBoho\nWhere: 436 Rue Saint-François-Xavier\nView this post on Instagram Ps : i love you 💕 @boho_mtl #bohomtl #boho #bohochic #bohostyle #friday #fridaynight #bar #speakeasy #underground #secret #cocktailbar #cocktails #mixology #mixologist #goodvibes #goodtimes #miami #vibes #instagood #influencer #influencerstyle #mtl #montreal #nightlife #mtlblog #mtlblogger #mtlmoments #❤️ A post shared by Cocktail Bar & Kitchen (@boho_mtl) on Nov 27, 2019 at 4:20am PST\nFrom the moment you enter this little slice of paradise, you instantly feel like you are on vacation!\nWhile the décor gives guests the sense of being somewhere warm, the array of fruity cocktails teleport your tastebuds to the tropics.\nBoho is a great place to keep hot during the cold months of winter!\nWebsite\nLa Habanera\nWhere: 1216 Avenue Union\nView this post on Instagram Finally Friday 🙏 A post shared by La Habanera (@lahabanera_mtl) on Aug 10, 2018 at 9:26am PDT\nIf you are craving a vacation to Cuba but can’t afford the trip this season, why not check out Montreal’s little slice of the Caribbean nation?\nLa Habanera is a café and bar that serves incredible Cuban dishes among Havana-inspired decor.\nThe only things that are missing are the sun and cigars!\nWebsite\nSnowbird Tiki Bar\nWhere: 6388 Rue St-Hubert\nView this post on Instagram Got Vitamine D? A post shared by Snowbird Tiki Bar (@snowbirdtikibar) on Dec 10, 2019 at 4:19pm PST\nThis Tiki-inspired bar goes all out to make guests feel like they're on a tropical beach at sunset. Somehow, the cocktails even taste like vacation.\nThe best part about Snowbird Tiki Bar is that it also serves up some tasty eats, satisfying all your cravings!\nThe Farsides\nWhere: 690 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest\nView this post on Instagram @thefarsides if officially open for business. Join us. We’ve worked so hard and so long on this. It’s completely different from anything out there, come see for yourself 🍍🌶 Make your reservations by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 514-951-Tiki! A post shared by Linda P Tull (@lindsylooo) on Dec 14, 2019 at 9:03am PST\nThe Farsides is one of the newest players in the Montreal food scene and I can tell you first hand, this establishment is really dope.\nFrom the Thai-Hawaiian fusion cuisine to the graffiti walls and ’90s hip-hop-inspired décor, this restaurant is designed to look and feel like it's a world away from Montreal.\nAnd, to top it off, the restaurant is equipped with a decorative basketball court and Louis Vuitton and Chanel bathrooms — perfect for selfies!\nWebsite\nWestwood\nWhere: 1950 Rue Claude-Gagné, Laval\nView this post on Instagram Il commence à faire froid, venez donc vous réchauffer dans notre ambiance Palm Springs! 🌴 A post shared by Westwood Bar & Grill (@westwoodresto) on Oct 16, 2019 at 10:00am PDT\nThis Palm Springs-inspired restaurant may not be in Montreal but trust me when I tell you it is worth the commute on the orange line!\nThe space is a slice of the retro desert oasis and the mouth-watering foods will stimulate your taste buds in the best possible way!\nWebsite\nNacho Libre\nWhere: 913 Rue Beaubien E.\nView this post on Instagram “J’m’en balance!” Audrey A post shared by Nacho Libre (@barnacholibre) on Dec 20, 2018 at 10:59am PST\nThis bar with video games, swings, and Mexican dishes is one of my go-to spots when I am looking to escape the cold.\nIt reminds me a lot of little bars in Mexico and of course, the decor enhances that fantasy.\nFacebook page\nPamika\nWhere: 901 Rue Sherbrooke\nView this post on Instagram Notre table privée peux accueillir de 5 à 7 personnes - Demandez pour le « Thai salon » à votre prochaine réservation pour une expérience unique et différente du Pamika 🇹🇭 A post shared by Pamika Brasserie Thai (@pamikamtl) on Jan 20, 2019 at 11:41am PST\nThis Thai restaurant is as close as it gets to a vacation to Phuket.\nPamika is known for its flavourful meals, tropical drinks, and comfortable ambience, all of which were inspired by the lifestyle in Thailand.\nWebsite\nWhich restaurant are you going to vacation to next?