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You Can Now Watch Montreal Canadiens Games At McDonald's

The Habs-themed McD's is screening every game.

We thought McDonald's had reached the height of the their Montreal appeal with the addition of poutine to their menu, but the fast food icons have taken things to another level: they've opened a Habs-themed restaurant.

The fourth floor of their 1016 rue de la Montagne (map) location is now known as "L'etage Bleu Blanc Rouge," and it's entirely dedicated to Montreal's favourite team. The walls are adorned with pictures of famous players and memorabilia, but more importantly, the games will be screened with sound on TVs throughout the floor. The TVs in the rest of the restaurant will be showing the games as well, but you'll have to add your own play-by-play if you want to watch on those.

L'etage Blue Blanc Rouge is only open during games, so you'll have to enjoy your 3 am McGangBangs without the luxury of being surrounded by Habs lore.

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