12 Upscale Montreal Bars Worth Dressing Up For

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12 Upscale Montreal Bars Worth Dressing Up For

When you and your girls are looking for a classy night out, I suggest heading to one of these upscale bars right here in Montreal! Not only can you dress up and look hot AF, but you can also get drunk and have a great time with your mains!

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So, instead of sitting at home this winter, get fancy and check out some of these bars! I guarantee that you will have a blast while looking to the nine at these classy AF bars! It's totally worth it!

1. Dress To The Nine At Joverse

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52 rue Saint-Jacques

Level of fancy from 1(sneakers) to 10(heels): 9

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2. Dress To The Nine At Bar Waverly

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5550 Boul St-Laurent

Level of fancy from 1(sneakers) to 10(heels): 7

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3. Dress To The Nine At Mayfair

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451 Rue Rachel

Level of fancy from 1(sneakers) to 10(heels): 8

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4. Dress To The Nine At Barraca Rhumerie

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1134 Mont-Royal Est

Level of fancy from 1(sneakers) to 10(heels): 6

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5. Dress To The Nine At Pullman

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3424, av. du Parc

Level of fancy from 1(sneakers) to 10(heels): 8

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6. Dress To The Nine At Le Lab

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1351 Rachel St E

Level of fancy from 1(sneakers) to 10(heels): 7.5

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7. Dress To The Nine At Somwhr Liquor Lounge

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401 rue Notre-Dame Ouest

Level of fancy from 1(sneakers) to 10(heels): 10

8. Dress To The Nine At  Agrikol

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1844 Rue Amherst

Level of fancy from 1(sneakers) to 10(heels): 6.5

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9. Dress To The Nine At Suwu

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3581 Boul St-Laurent

Level of fancy from 1(sneakers) to 10(heels): 9.5

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10. Dress To The Nine At Big In Japan

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4175 Boul St-Laurent

Level of fancy from 1(sneakers) to 10(heels): 9

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11. Dress To The Nine At Philemon Bar

A photo posted by Desiree Ruiz (@des.escalante) on

111 Rue Saint Paul O

Level of fancy from 1(sneakers) to 10(heels): 7

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12. Dress To The Nine At Le Champagnerie

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343 Rue Saint Paul Est

Level of fancy from 1(sneakers) to 10(heels): 10

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13. Dress To The Nine At Velvet - Auberge St-Gabriel

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420 Rue St-Gabriel Montreal, Quebe

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