Imagine a giant fish bowl... now fill it up to the brim with your favourite drink. Maybe throw some candy in there. Maybe toss an upside down beer into the mix. Whatever you do it it, it'll be awesome.
One Montreal spot does these fishbowl cocktails so, so right: Deville Dinerbar (1425 Stanley St). Behold, friends. Your new favourite drink.
To start off, the same night MTL Blog interviewed her, Bouchard had dinner with friends at Grinder and, according to her Instagram stories, it looked like she really enjoyed herself.
Besides that, Bouchard told us she's a fan of everything at Orange Julep. "I go to Orange Julep for poutines and the juice, which is so good," she told us. The athlete also likes going to Farsides, Deville Dinerbar, and Beauty's.
Her last place was a little too exclusive for any of us to get into though: her grandma's house. But you may be able to spot her at any of the other mentioned restaurants whenever she comes back to visit from Florida!
These bao bun sandwiches are made with cuttlefish ink to give them their black colour. They with two delicious options: a braised pork belly bao bun with veggies and soy sauce and a crispy shrimp bao bun with marinated veggies!
You definitely can't go wrong with either flavour when you enjoy this super unique meal! This restaurant also serves tons of delicious fresh salads, rice bowls, pad thai, coconut salmon, glazed chicken wings and so much more!
Honestly, I have so much love for this Rosemont spot. The food here is awesome, and super inexpensive- but it's the cocktails that really shine. Some are topped with fruits and whipped cream; some have legit Mr. Freezes and cotton candy on them; all of them are full of legit happiness.
If it's been your dream to drink out of a coconut and/or a pineapple, then have I got some amazing news for you. This hidden bar in Montreal's Chinatown serves up their cocktails in pineapples and coconuts, making these insane cocktails super tropical and super fun.
This spot is pretty much synonymous with crazy concotions in Montreal. It's more of a resto-bar, and their dishes are seriously insane. Their cocktails, though? Well, they take the cake. Most of their creations are served in giant fishbowls... but some are placed in coconuts, for an added tropical flair.
Straight up, if you're a fan of candy, then you're a fan of Candi Bar. Known mainly for their super sweet and tasty slushie drinks, Candi Bar's cocktails mainly all integrate candy in some way, shape, or form... including their Jungle Juice mix, which is basically a giant punch bowl of happiness, filled with drinks and candy.
Friends, if you're a fan of pure mixology, then have I got some great news for you. Montreal's Mayfair, located in the Plateau, serves up drinks that are pretty much mixology in their purest form. Look out for egg whites, cognac, fruit syrups, lemon peels, and more, all integrated into perfectly created cocktails.
Honestly, if you're going to Bord'Elle, you're going to have a good time no matter what cocktail you pick. This Old Montreal spot is known to get turnt AF, and with some seriously oppulent vibes (gold toilets FTW), delicious drinks, and awesome food, this is spot is a guarunteed fun and crazy time.