03 Jun 2018

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Grand Prix: Where to go out in Old Montreal

Grand Prix: Where to go out in Old Montreal

In the midst of the Grand Prix and it’s jet set setting, get in the game and enjoy the festivities in Old Montreal. Unforgettable nights guaranteed!


The Grand Prix recommends 3 establishments for awesome VIP parties and all 3 are in the Old Montreal! Unequivalent atmosphere, wold-class settings, incredible DJs and 5-star F1-themed concepts! https://montrealgrandprix.com/parties-events/

Flyjin ( June 7, 8, 9) and its famous instagram-worthy alley of neons.

La Voûte (June 8, 9, 10) and its staging always sumptuous.

Auberge St-Gabriel (June 7, 8, 9, 10) and its concepts that’ll make your jaw drop.

On top of these, here are 2 other local favorites to party with exquisite atmosphere and cocktails.

Coldroom, speakeasy that’s really trendy!

Alfie's, Martini bar, oh yes!

La Voûte


F1 make Old Montreal “pop”! There are establishments that offer a special "Champagne and Oysters" combo during the Grand Prix and those who are experts in sabering all year round, because Old Montreal definitely holds the pole position for sparkling and glamorous evenings!

Verses Bistro offers sabering workshops, as of June 6th: saber, toast, drink, laugh!

Terrace William Gray, chic to perfection, great cocktails, breathtaking view.

Maggie Oakes, ideal for experiencing all the glam of an event like the Grand Prix.

La Champagnerie, from prestigious Champagne, to affordable sparkling wines, their exclusive list of imports is truly remarkable. Top that with live DJ's from Wednesday to Saturday!

Méchant Boeuf sabers strong for F1! The offbeat restaurant but oh so fancy, pops out the bubbles for the occasion!


Chic or good-natured, those who into atmosphere and quality won’t be disappointed with these establishments.

Taverne Gaspar, beers and whiskey, fish and chips, or ribs, perfect for a guy’s night in town!

Vieux-Port Steak House, quiet terrace and good quality cuts of meat, with a bistro-like atmosphere!

Hambar, wine bar and cold cuts, opening exceptionally later on Friday and Saturday!


Just like a roadtrip, Grand Prix week is an opportunity to travel while making pit stops for food and drinks! Here are some addresses within Old Montreal that are just perfect for that!

Boho, the colorful Californian vibe takes over the Old Montreal and the tiki spirit lights up cocktails, fun & party!

Kyo Japanese Bar, sushi and sake that are recommended on the Grand Prix’ official website!

Tokyo Sushi Bar, premium quality sushi and a special Grand Prix happy hour: 2 cocktails for the price of one from 4PM to 6PM during the F1 weekend.

Bevo Bar + Pizzeria, glam pizza and hot DJ, until late at night, this is the Italian place that we love without restraint!

Restaurant Emiliano's, the Mexican twist that spices up the fiesta during the F1!

Kyo Bar Japonais