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This 1920s-Inspired Spot In Old Montreal Is Like Stepping Into 'The Great Gatsby'

You can watch Burlesque dancers while you eat. ✨
This 1920s-Inspired Spot In Old Montreal Is Like Stepping Into 'The Great Gatsby'

With the city finally coming alive again, the list of places to see in Montreal seems to get longer and longer every day. And if Bord'Elle isn't on yours yet, it's definitely worth the addition.

"Imagine walking into a place that has three distinct 1920s inspired spaces that will make you feel as if you have travelled to a moment of great prestige. Each space has been carefully designed to bring an air of exclusivity and a definitive sense of sophistication," reads the booking page for Bord'Elle.

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Basically, it reminds us of scenes from The Great Gatsby. MTL Blog reached out to Bord'Elle to find out what restrictions the spot has in place right now.

The Burlesque dancers are obligated to wear masks and keep their distance. A DJ will be playing music during the evening. And the purchase of food is necessary if you'd like to drink.

Bars in Montreal are also allowed to serve alcohol until midnight now, so you'll finally be able to stay out late again!

Bord'Elle

Address: 390, rue Saint-Jacques, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: To live out a 1920s experience a whole century later.

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