This New Tropical Glam Bar In Montreal Serves Your Drinks In Tiki And Peacock Glasses

It's food menu is pretty out of this world also. 🦑
This New Tropical Glam Bar In Montreal Serves Your Drinks In Tiki And Peacock Glasses

Montreal is full of cool and unique places to check out, especially along boulevard Saint Laurent, which is swimming in delicious eateries and awesome bars. And, one of it's latest additions is adding an extra dose of "cool" to the boulevard. Peacock Oiseau De Nuit, which just came into existence late this summer, is truly worth discovering. 

The sleek and trendy decor will give you the illusion of being on a tropical vacation, which we could all use as temperatures begin to drop.

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Not only will the ambiance keep you warm, but the array of drinks being served are totally worth trying out.

They are not only photogenic but they are all unique in their own way and really tasty with fun names!

Some of the one-of-a-kind drinks are named Iced Tea for Grown-ups, Even Your Girl is Going to Love IPA, Supposedly Agave is Trendy, and my personal favourite, Strong Enough or a Man, but Created for a Woman.

And, if ever cocktails aren't your thing, they also serve a slew of wines and beers for you to wet your whistle with.

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Not only does this establishment serve some of the coolest looking and tasting cocktails around, but the spot always KNOWS how to do food.

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Some of the menu items include oysters, beef tataki, roasted cauliflower, and octopus.

The presentation of each dish and drink is worth absolutely worth an Instagram post.

And as is the spot itself — so get ready to have some epic content go up on your feed.

If you're looking for a cool new place to discover or an impressive date spot to take your boo, I suggest you stumble into this neighbourhood joint and see what all the hype is about.

It may just turn into your new hangout spot!

Peacock Oiseau De Nuit

Address: 6714, blvd. St-Laurent, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: To check out a trendy new spot in our city while sipping on cool cocktails and delicious eats.

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