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Best Montreal Supper Clubs In 2018

Supper clubs are found in other cities, but nowhere does supper clubs like Montreal. For those of you that have never heard of a Montreal supper club, they are eateries during the evening that turn into full blown nightclubs after dinner is served. They are consistently some of the best places in Montreal to party. How could they not be? With a great mix of delicious food, model hot girls, bottles, and the fact that you don’t even have to leave to go party, it’s no wonder reservations are nearly impossible to get. Luckily, with our connections, you won’t have that problem. Here’s the best Montreal supper clubs to check out in 2018:

Bord’elle

Leading the resurgence of the Old Port, Bord’elle is a great option for a more sophisticated group. Modeled after a 1920’s speakeasy, the food is incredible. We recommend you try their Filet Mignon in a VSOP cognac glaze, but there is nothing we don’t like on the menu. Once the clock strikes midnight, Bord’elle comes alive and the champagne starts flowing. If you head to this club, be prepared for a rowdy time. It is one of the best places to party on Thursday nights and is a go to spot jump off point for our groups that think they can handle 3 massive nights of partying…To them, we say good luck. Bord’elle will give you all you can handle and than some!

Bord'elle Montreal 2018

Soubois

Soubois, French for “Underground Forest”, is the perfect spot for those that care more about the scenery than the food. For starters, the space is unique and looks like you are surrounded by trees. It’s a nice touch, but you didn’t come for the interior design. The food is good, but their very hot waitresses steal the show. Consider it a practice round for you and your buddies to get warmed up talking to locals. Soubois is a solid spot on Friday, but is reliably great on Saturday.

Sousbois Montreal 2018

Flyjin

Located down the street from Bord’elle in the Old Port, Flyjin is a smaller, more intimate supper club. Their menu was created by renowned, international chef Antonio Park. The miso black cod is to die for. Unfortunately, this club only works best with groups of 10 or less since anything above that, your group would be 10-20% capacity of the club. What club wants a good portion of their clientele that night to be guys? None. (Of course, we could always tip the scale in your favor if you bring along some party girls..)

Flyjin Montreal 2018

Joverse

This laid back, casual supper club is ideal for larger groups or for guys that don’t want something too fancy. It’s not as pretentious as some of the other supper clubs that were previously mentioned. It’s a great place to party with less crowds and is more relaxed. The crowd tends to skew a bit younger, which means hot, impressionable girls so we generally recommend Joverse for groups that are more budget conscious, but still want to ball out during their time in Montreal.

Joverse Montreal 2018

 

    

 

Posted on: 29 Aug 2018
Posted by: Grant Simon
Where Connoisseurs Need To Go In Montreal

For any true connoisseur of the finer things in life, there are four things that must be savored when traveling to a new city:

  • Food
  • Cigars
  • Coffee
  • Wom…Scotch

 

Welcome to the good life. Here’s where to indulge in Montreal:

Game Meat At Atwater Market

Montreal has several public markets spread out throughout the city that are loaded with local produce, meat, and fish. Walking around the market is an experience by itself with all of the different sights and smells. While there are a few public markets to choose from, we’d recommend heading to Atwater Market. Located right on the Lachine Canal, it is the perfect spot for any of the connoisseurs in your bachelor party group to nerd out. One of the best parts about the market for connoisseurs is that it stocks hard to find game meats such as kangaroo, bison, and ostrich. On the weekend, Atwater is packed with shoppers, but it is worth fighting through the crowds.

Game Meat Montreal

 

Cigars At Casa De Habanos

Casa De Habanos is the place to go for premium, aged cigars. Located right downtown on Sherbrooke Street, Habanos staff is knowledgeable, friendly, and their selection is incredible. You’ll find a wide variety of Cuban cigars, which is always a treat for our American guests. Pair a cigar with some port and you’ll have a great start to the bachelor party weekend.

Montreal Cigars

3rd Wave Coffee Shops

Montreal’s Mile End neighborhood is considered to be one of the trendiest AKA hipster-filled in the world. With a healthy amount of random tattoos, edgy haircuts, and expensive vegan food in this city, you’re bound to find good 3rd wave coffee shops (Whatever that means…) But since you like your artisanal coffee, we’d recommend trying Pikolo or Dispatch. Modeled after an Australian coffee house, Pikolo is centrally located and serves strong coffee that is perfect after a big night out (It pairs nicely with Legs And Eggs.) If you really are a coffee snob, head to the epicenter of all things hipster, Dispatch Coffee. The minimalist shop was designed for the customer to focus on the coffee and not the ambiance. Dispatch is well known among coffee aficionados so don’t be surprised if your coffee roaster buddy sneaks away for an hour or two.

Third Wave Coffee Montreal

Scotch Tasting At Burgundy Lion

If the whole bachelor party is scotch or whisky snobs, head to Burgundy Lion for a private tasting with a resident expert. They’ll walk you through the history behind the booze, where it comes from, and how it is made. They will answer any questions and will happily accommodate any special tasting requests you may have.

We’d be happy to help set you up with a tasting if that is something you’d be interested in. Give us a call (1-877-690-4919) or email us.

Scotch Tasting

 

 

 

Posted on: 01 Aug 2018
Posted by: Grant Simon
Why August Is The Best Month For A Bachelor Party In Montreal

While there is no bad time to have a bachelor party during the summer in Montreal, in our opinion though, August is the best month to come to Montreal. It’s the tail end of summer so the city is not as packed like June and July. There are tons of cool festivals happening every weekend during the month and last, but not least, local universities are back in session. I wonder what that means…

Osheaga

The first weekend of August (August 3-5) is Osheaga, the biggest music festival in Canada. It takes place only a 10 minute Uber ride away at Jean-Drapeau Park. It always brings in big artists and this year is no exception. It also attracts big crowds from all over North America and the world. Many festival goers go out after so clubs are packed this weekend, but we’ll make sure you’re partying with all the big names since we know what clubs they go to and can get you in. Just like Grand Prix Weekend, it brings in incredibly hot girls from all over.

Osheaga Bachelor Party

Île Soniq

Taking place the weekend after Osheaga (August 9-11), Île Soniq is not as popular, but just as fun. It’s crowd is a little different than Osheaga since the festival is more geared towards EDM fans, but usually some of the DJs that played the festival, DJ the clubs at night. We’ll walk you right into these hard to get into spots this weekend and make sure you see a big name DJ if that is your thing.

Montreal Ile Soniq

Tam-Tams

If hanging out and being surrounded by people on copious amount of drugs sounds like somewhere you want to be, then this is your scene. Taking place every Sunday, Tam-Tams is a good place to soak in the sun and sweat out your hangover after brunch.

Montreal Bachelor Party August

PoutineFest

When visiting Montreal, you have to try poutine. PoutineFest has you covered. Taking place in the Old Port from July 31st to August 5th, PoutineFest brings out the best poutine from around the city and country. From foie gras to macaroni to duck poutine, the fest has it all. Grab a few drinks, some poutine, and you got yourself a great afternoon.

Poutine Fest Montreal

College Girls

Finally, hot college girls come back to Montreal with the start of the school year around the corner. Most have nothing to do so you’ll find plenty of them when you go out. Friendly French-Canadian girls are one of Montreal’s best assets.

Posted on: 18 Jul 2018
Posted by: Grant Simon
The Best Summertime Montreal Events For Your Bachelor Party

Montreal has events going on every weekend during the summer to make up for its freezing winter (If it weren’t for summer, we would have been in South Beach long ago). Most events are located downtown or an Uber ride away so they are accessible no matter the size of your bachelor party. Here are the four best summertime Montreal events for your bachelor party:

Grand Prix (June 8-10)

Montreal’s Super Bowl takes places every second weekend in June. If you actually care about F1, most people don’t, the big race takes place on Sunday afternoon. Trials take place on Friday and Saturday.

Now, for the information people actually care about: the partying. The city comes alive starting Thursday with outdoor festivals and bars, but so do the prices. If you partake in the festivities, be ready to pay Vegas prices at any night club in the city. You’ll be rewarded though with one of the most fun weekends of the year. Everyone is here to p arty and have a great time so the atmosphere only adds to a bachelor party weekend.

Montreal Summer Bachelor Party

Jazz Fest (June 28-July 7)

Montreal’s Jazz Fest is the largest jazz fest in the world and for good reason. The festival runs for a week and a half with concerts from noon to midnight. It’s ideal for a bachelor party since most of the free concerts take place in Place Des Arts, which is at the heart of downtown and where you should be staying anyway (If you’re staying off the island, stop reading immediately).

Jazz fest Montreal Bachelor Party

Just For Laughs (July 11-July 29)

Just For Laughs has become a mainstay on Montreal’s summertime event calendar. The two and a half week festival brings in big names such as Kevin Hart, Jerry Seinfeld, and Trevor Noah. There’s also great shows, especially the Nasty Show, that is ideal for bachelor parties. There’s no better way to get the night started then going to a Just For Laughs show. If you are in town during JFL, you have to go to at least one show.

Just For Laughs Montreal Bachelor Party

Osheaga (August 3-5)

Canada’s answer to Coachella happens every first weekend in August and is a 15 minute Uber ride away from the downtown core. They have all sorts of different music from electronic to rap to rock from big headliners to no name bands. Osheaga is a great daytime activity for a bachelor party and it’s easy to snag day passes. Just leave the flower headband to your future ex-wife.

Osheaga Montreal Summetime Event

 

   

Posted on: 24 May 2018
Posted by: Grant Simon
Summer Recap – Bachelor Parties and Beyond

As Labor Day closed so did the 2013 summer here in Montreal. This past summer was the beyond busy for us here at Connected Montreal. We sold-out almost every weekend and by far threw some of the craziest bachelor parties this town has seen. Here are some of the highlights:

Grand Prix Weekend

pictureGrand Prix is always the first big weekend of the summer. As stated before Grand Prix is catered to high rollers, due to price increases (2-4x for everything) and the added exclusivity of most events. We had some new faces party with us this year and our good pals from last year came too. Due to the post-race party with our buddy Jenson Button the details are still a bit fuzzy,  but I do know this:  Someone tipped a waitress with a pair of ‘s, we consumed $17,000 worth of Champagne, and Jenson promised to give me a good deal on his Porsche

Most Amount of Nudity

pictureWhile no one has topped our Ultimate Bachelor Party from last summer. One came pretty damn close, could have been the best in suite party of all time. We had a 12, yes 12,  girl show with 2 naked waitresses, a naked sushi buffet, and a midget pouring Johnnie Blue for everyone like it was water. Certainly not a cheap affair, but undoubtedly one for the ages. If you want to top it for your bachelor party in Montreal, we have a few ideas..(Lesbian-Royale-Rumble / Jello-wresting anyone?)

Most Amount Alcohol Consumed

picture This award goes to a group of 17 guys from the South who we rented a gothic style Castle (3 floors, indoor pool, roof top deck, etc) for. We stocked their fridge with enough booze to supply the confederate army: Two 4.5L bottles of Kettle One, Four 1.75L of Jack, Three bottles of Patron, 2 bottles of Rum and 10 cases of beer.

Like themselves, it was all gone by saturday afternoon…

Strangest Request

picture We are still shaking our head at this one. One of our repeat groups must have grown tired of countless attractive strippers putting on shows for them. While the alcohol may have impaired their judgement they were adamant that they wanted to slather two girls in Vaseline and toss Schwartz’s smoked meat at them in order to see who could make more stick. Who says money doesn’t buy happiness?

Reviews

As always the corner stone of our business is making our customers happy. Here are some reviews from this summer:

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Posted on: 09 Sep 2013
Posted by: Oren
Top Tips for large Bachelor Parties in Montreal

Don’t let your Bachelor Party turn into a sausage fest because of poor planning.


If your bachelor party is over 10 people, then it is considered a large group by Montreal bachelor party standards. There is a lot to consider when you’re dealing with a large group if you want things to run smoothly. To help with the process, check out our tried-and-true tips below.

Plan ahead

Bachelor Party Tips
Don’t be this guy.

If you are reading this from your hotel room in Montreal, you are probably already screwed. If not, you need to plan ahead. The easiest way to do this is to call us (shameless plug) 1-877-690-4019 and we will take care of everything else. Otherwise, you really need to have a game plan and some reservations in place. Unless you like spending a lot of time outdoors, you cannot just ‘wing it’ as no place wants a large group of dudes from out of town.


Be a dictator

When dealing with a large group you have to realize that democracy spells disaster. If you want things to go smoothly you have to grow a pair and make the decisions. Tell the group what is what. If you open up the decision making process to everyone you will run in circles, and nothing will get done. We do recommend having one or two key advisors, but at the end of the day, you have to call the shots. Let the group know when, where and how much money you need to collect and you will win their hearts and minds. Set deadlines, if people don’t follow them just plan on not having them there. You are the BEST man, act like it!


Collect money up front

Bachelor Party Planning Tips
One of the biggest hurdles of planning any bachelor party is the budget. The larger the group, the larger the budgets vary. The key here is to keep the sticker price of the bachelor party as low as possible to get as many people on board, while making it as all-inclusive as possible. Make sure you have all the key costs (hotel, bottles, dinners, transportation) factored into the price. Leave nothing to chance, and never think that you will just collect at the venue from everyone. Trust me, you will get burned 100% of the time if you think everyone will chip an equal share when the bill comes.


Don’t plan too many activities

You are on a bachelor party NOT a bachelorette party. You do not need to make sure there is something to do every 15 min. Overall, less is more when dealing with a large group. We suggest zero to one daytime activity during the day. Focus more on the nightlife. For the nightlife, have one club and strip club set at a minimum for each night.

Posted on: 11 Jul 2013
Posted by: Oren
The Worst Montreal Nightclubs for a Bachelor Party

The nightlife scene in Montreal changes all the time. What was hot a month ago could no longer be the case. When searching the web for “best clubs in Montreal”, you’ll probably find more dated information than stuff that’s actually relevant. We have people call all the time thinking they know which Montreal nightclubs are the best, usually based on the recommendation of a friend, of a friend who was here a few years back…

We’ve listed the worst Montreal nightclubs for a bachelor party in no particular order, so if you were considering any of these places, you need our help more than you think!

 

**update: in the fairness to the venues and changes in club management we have removed this post**

 

If you want to be setup at real hotspots in Montreal, give us a call:

1-877-690-4919

Posted on: 08 Jan 2013
Posted by: Oren
The Best Montreal Late Night Restaurants

Here at Connected Montreal, we’re not only pros at organizing the best bachelor parties in Montreal, but we also love to drink and eat. We follow a very simple weekend formula: go out, have far too many drinks, then hit one of the best Montreal late night restaurants. While we’ve always believed that stuffing our faces after a hard night of boozing is scientifically proven to reduce a hangover, we now seem to enjoy the congregation of drunken idiots who frequent the restaurants on this list. This list is composed of local Montreal late night restaurants, not crappy fast food chains.

5. The Mainpicture

The Main has been in somewhat of a smoked meat war for years with the famous Schwartz’s. They are literally right across the street from the world renown smoked meat emporium and have been holding their own for quite some time. Is Schwartz’s better? Yes. Are they open late night? No. So if you’re looking for a deli fix at 3am and want to harass hipster chicks, this is the spot.

What to Order:
Kreplach Soup
Smoked Meat Special
 

4. Boustanpicture

If you’ve been partying on the Crescent Street strip, then there is no other contender to a late night eating fiasco then going to the middle-eastern joint Boustan’s. It has become a veritable late night Crescent institution offering the best Shish Taouk (think chicken gyro but better) sandwiches in the city. This is a restaurant that Oren and I frequent even when we are not tanked. Big plates of shawarma or crispy chicken shish taouk sandwiches slathered in Garlic mayo and coleslaw.

What to Order:
Shish Taouk/Shawarma Plate
Shish Taouk Sandwich
Potato Plate with Garlic Mayo
 

3. La Banquisepicture

We have talked numerous times about the importance of trying a poutine when coming to Montreal. There are countless places that serve up poutine all over the city. While this is the most popular spot, it is not our personal favourite. The poutine is no better than anywhere else. However, the combination of being open 24 hrs, having many variations of pountine, and lots of cute French girls can make it a late night winner.

What to Order:
T-Rex Poutine
Italian Poutine
Young French Girls
 

2. Maison VIP in Chinatownpicture

Sometimes we need a healthy dose of MSG to soak up all the alcohol that has been consumed during a big night. If you are jonesing for a sit down late night Chinese restaurant that serves every and any Chinese dish imaginable, then Maison VIP is the place. While the only thing VIP about the place is the name, the food is pretty good and it’s cheap. Maison VIP is located in the heart of Chinatown, between the clubs on St. Laurent and the Old Port.
If you can’t find Maison VIP just head to Chinatown and pick any place, they all look the same.

If you get lucky like the guys bellow, shout out “Connected Montreal!” on the video for a free trip!

What to Order:
General Tao Chicken
Salt and Pepper Pork
Anything but Chickens Feet
 

1. Moe’s (Casse-Croute du Coin)picture

If you have ever wondered where the Montreal Anglophone community congregates at the end of a blackout night of drinking, all you have to do is take a step inside of Moe’s. They have limited tables and it’s first come first serve. We have been kicked out of this place countless times but have yet to be blacklisted. While the prices have gone up since opening, they have not re-invested the funds into the decor. This is THE greasy spoon in Montreal, where you’ll chow down on toasted hot-dogs, poutine, grand slam breakfast and the famous “Big Ed” Burger. You must be intoxicated to actually enjoy the food here. Stick with the basics and you will be golden. If you’re looking to pick up and it’s after 3am, just scream belligerently at girls who actually speak English.

What to Order:
Big Ed Burger
Toasted Hot Dog
Onion Ring Poutine
Tums
 
 
 


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Posted on: 28 Dec 2012
Posted by: Rod
Trip Review: Cram Two Crazy Nights into One

 

The following story is true and has been approved by all parties (except for the girls of course). We’d like to remind you that we would never disclose the activities of any of our past clients’ Montreal trip unless given permission.

This past weekend was my first one back in town hosting bachelor parties in Montreal (family emergency back in Boston). Rod went to Miami to watch the Patriots play the Dolphins and left me to hold down the fort. I was hoping to ease into the swing of things, but instead I had one of the most challenging and entertaining nights that I can remember.

The Bachelor Party

pictureThe best man, Alfred, sent me an e-mail, pictured on the right, few months back inquiring about our service. While Alfred’s initial plan was ambitious, it was easy for us to put it together after talking on the phone. I felt that some of the items requested would be redundant (legs and eggs and 2 more shows) or not very cost effective given his budget (car service the entire weekend). I created a custom package that was within their budget and their expectations. A week or two later, Alfred called and said that the trip was now down from 8 to 4 guys (this happens often), so we had to further modify our offerings.

The Call

Friday afternoon I get a call from Alfred in a bit of a panic, an hour before we are to meet. The bachelor has an emergency and basically has to be on a flight first thing saturday morning! Alfred requested that we condense the entire trip into one night. While he threw me a curve ball, I was certain I could still knock it out of the park. Although, I had to act fast.

Revised Plan:

  • Drinks and show at the suite
  • Dinner at Buona Notte
  • Strip club after dinner with VIP couch and bottle service
  • Back to Buona Notte with another bottle

How It All Went Down

While it took a lot of last-minute calls and major favours (basically bumping other people for me), I got all of their reservations changed and still ensured they had the best tables.

The show was a success. That’s all I can say.

pictureDinner went off without a hitch. After dinner, I walked the guys over to the strip club, Kamasutra. It’s always interesting to return to Kamastura after a lengthy time away because you see which girls are now single and which ones gave birth to Oren Jr. while I was gone. The guys had the best VIP couch in the place and the girls were flowing, until at one point all the guys were covered in strippers.

Eventually, the guys wanted to try their hand at some civilians so we went back to Buona Notte. At this point, the line outside was insane. I pushed a path to the front of the line where the bouncer instantly lifted the rope and we were setup at a table with a bottle of Goose in a matter of minutes.picture

The guys decided to get real crazy and next thing i know, three beautiful waitresses bring over a bottle of Cristal Rosé ($1300) compliments of the bachelor. The bachelor pops the cork and starts spraying it like he won the NBA Finals.

Since one was not enough, we got a second bottle of Rosé. However, to the joy of everyone around us, this one was for drinking not spraying.

The rest was a blur but a success. Don’t take my word for it:

Posted on: 05 Dec 2012
Posted by: Oren
Why Winter Time is a Great Idea for a Bachelor Party

I am not going to sugarcoat things: the winter is COLD in Montreal. However, Montreal is a great bachelor party destination year round. If you can embrace the elements or don’t have any other time available during the year, the winter time can be a great idea for a bachelor party. Here is why:

Cheaper

pictureNovember to April is the low season for tourism in Montreal (aside from NYE and Christmas). This means that hotels tend to have lower rates than during the peak summer months. Rooms can be $50-100 per night cheaper on average and more readily available. As always, contact us first for the best deals on hotels. winter specials.

Less Tourists

pictureIn the summer, there are so many tourists that the lines to the strip clubs and night clubs look like the line to the men’s room at Yankee Stadium. In the winter, the demographic of party goers is far more local. Since Montreal girls are “friendly”, the lack of aggressive tourists can work in your favour. You will be a bigger fish in a smaller pond. The strip clubs can also be a better experience as the girls are hungry and will give you more attention.

More Girls

pictureMontreal has a large student population and a drinking age of 18. This means that during the school year (September to April), the clubs can have way more impressionable young drunk girls, if you are into that sort of thing… Since the winter is harsh in Montreal, people tend to be cooped up a lot so when the girls get to the clubs they want to party hard.

Winter Sports

pictureIf you like to ski or board, then Montreal in the winter can be ideal for a bachelor party. 90 minutes from downtown Montreal is Mont Tremblant, a resort town known for some of the best skiing in the East. Since Tremblant is so close by, you can ski there in the morning and party back in Montreal in  the evening. If you prefer, we can also help arrange for a party house for you to spend the night in at Tremblant.

 

 

Posted on: 14 Nov 2012
Posted by: Oren