Terrasse William Gray – Montreal Review

The one thing you need to know about going out in Montreal is everyone is extremely blunt. If you don’t reach their standards they’ll tell you you’re not good enough. Blunt and to the point is how we would describe the people of Montreal, and it’s just the way they are.

When you go out, everyone is dressed up at any point in the day. Fashion is a very big thing there and is taken seriously. At Terrasses, they have a strict dress code for the upstairs terrace, and the downstairs club. You can find these on their website as they are different.

Women at the club wear their nicest going out attire, including tight designer dresses with high heels and a full face of makeup. Men are seen in suits, and nothing less than their best James Bond outfit.

Bottle service is available here and recommended. The club is usually packed every weekend and is still busy during the week as this is one of the most tourist places you can go for a night out. Food and drinks are more expensive here, roughly $13-18 for a cocktail, $10 for a beer, and $8 for a glass of wine. If you plan on eating and drinking, the bill will most likely be high.

The vibe here is chill and doesn’t get too out of hand. The staff, however, are not friendly at all and seem to be very disorganized. With it being such a popular place, we’re sure customer service isn’t pushed as hard as a smaller club needing more exposure.

Music is always good with hip-hop playing in the club, and top 40 playings upstairs on the terrace, you can’t go wrong with going to check it out with a group of friends for a nice night.

The other thing about this location is it is very out of the way of other clubs and possibilities. If you want to go somewhere else, you will need to walk back to the mainland and order an Uber. Nothing is in walking distance, so if you’re going here for the night, it’s a commitment.

There are better places for Mr.Nokturnal to go to, but he’s happy he experienced this once – and never again.

MUSIC

Music is always good with hip-hop playing in the club, and top 40 playing upstairs on the terrace.

DRINK PRICES

Food and drinks are more expensive here, roughly $13-18 for a cocktail, $10 for a beer, and $8 for a glass of wine. If you plan on eating and drinking, the bill will most likely be high.

BEST NIGHTS

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BOTTLE SERVICE

Bottle service is available here and recommended.

Juliet Club Review

Everleigh Club Review

As we all are big fans of love – or lust – we want to go somewhere we can feel that. Toronto’s juliet promotes romance, and honestly, you can feel the love.

juilet’s theme is based on Romeo and Juliet, and they want you to know. All about the romance and up’s and down’s that come with it, juliet is open Thursday-Sunday with different themes each weekend.

Hours

Monday

Tueaday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Closed

Closed

Closed

10pm - 3am

10pm - 3am

10pm - 3am

10pm - 3am

At juliet, they like to vary the music according to the day. For example, Thursday is Hip-Hop, Raggae, Trap, and R&B(bias, that’s what we like), then Sundays it’s Hip-Hop and mashups with ladies from before midnight.

This venue is the spot you want to go to on a Thursday and because they’re packed on Thursday, naturally they’re busy during a weekend night. To get a full vibe of juliet, you might as well just take a long weekend of partying and going Thursday-Sunday to grasp what they’re about. But if thats not you, then a weekend/Thursday night will do.

Sometimes they have exotic dancers in cages, burlesque dancers on stage, and is very, very geared towards a femae audience. Their entire instagram is full of pictures of pretty women, and thats exactly what they attract.

Lots of weekends are extended hours, but double check as the days vary. This is a spot you want to show up to around 11-11:30pm, which is the time things tend to get spicy. The door is a little hard to work so be ready to buy a table to get in, or know somebody prior. The cover is around $20-40, and women are free before certian hours but always make sure to double check their Instrgram.

juliet is mostly a hip-hop spot that spins mixes, latin music, and top 40. Somedays you can walk into the trap house, and other you feel like you walked into a prom day.

Bottles are always a great choice as they enhance each experience, and gives you privacy. Drinks here are expensive, and you’re looking at $20-30 for a couple drinks. If you’re going out with the squad, it’s a great idea to pool money together and just get a table and you’ll probably save money, and be able to flex just a little harder.

Wearing your cutest little dress with those brand new high heels is a great idea for this club, as is wearing trendy outfits such as black n-necks, jeans, and nice shirts – guys, that piece of advice is for you.

Will we be back? Yes, we enjoyed it. Let us know how you feel after you try it out.

MUSIC

Music was a mix of old and new top charted hip-hop records and kept the vibe of the club chill.

DRINK PRICES

Drinks are reasonably priced.

BEST NIGHTS

Tuesday

BOTTLE SERVICE

If you want to buy bottles, Tuesday is a good day if it’s a special occasion, or else waiting for the weekend would be the best choice.

Flyjin – Montreal Review

Flyjin

Becoming a big fan of restaurants that double as night clubs? Awesome, we found another hidden gem, Flyjin.

Flyjin is an Asian-inspired 4-star restaurant that has two services. One service is at 7 pm and a second at 9:30 pm, then 11 pm, comes and boom, a metamorphosis of sound, lighting, service, and music redefine Flyjin as a club – and yes, it about to go down.

Hours

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Closed

Closed

7pm - 3am

7pm - 3am

7pm - 3am

7pm - 3am

Closed

The underground club space gives for a mysterious vibe that makes you feel like you were invited to a secret party for the elite. You can go here with a group, a date or alone. It’s a good time either way and they are open from Wednesday-Saturday till 3 am.

The club is what we were interested in, and we loved it. The music is a good mix of hip-hop, with the occasional throwback banger. Drinks are expensive here as a lot of the liquor is imported from Japan, averaging $12-18 for a cocktail. Bottle service is available and is always recommended by Mr.Nokturnal.

Everyone dresses sharply in Montréal, and this place is no exception. Women dressed in their finest evening outfits like dresses, heels, jumpsuits and all that good stuff. Men dress in a trendy clubwear outfit, including button-ups and even some suits.

Overall, this is a nice spot to go to, and make sure you arrive before 11 pm if you don’t want to get caught outside in the long line on the weekends!

Maybe you’ll see us there on our next Canadian tour.

MUSIC

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DRINK PRICES

Drinks are expensive here as a lot of the liquor is imported from Japan, averaging $12-18 for a cocktail. 

BEST NIGHTS

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BOTTLE SERVICE

Bottle service is available and is always recommended by Mr.Nokturnal.

Soubois – Montreal Review

Soubois

Soubois is a bar and a nightclub, located in an underground forest at the core of Montréal’s downtown area. You can tell Soubois aims to create an intimate and cozy atmosphere.

When you walk in you will go down the stairs and enter their “chalet” area with couches, wood paneling and a fireplace. To your left of the main area is the restaurant but double as an underground enchanted forest. That’s awesome.

Hours

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Closed

Closed

Closed

6pm - 3am

6pm - 3am

6pm - 3am

Closed

The cocktails here are mixed well, and the area is fairly discrete which makes it perfect for a little date, private event or just a chill dinner with friends. Then after dinner, this place turns into a nightclub killing 2 birds with one stone.

The crowd is very mature and dressed nicely. You almost feel like you’ve walked into a nice movie set with the decor and the beautiful clientele. Women wore elegant dresses with the shoes that you want to have in your shoe closet but just can’t seem to get the right pair. Men were suited up, or in a very casual outfit that still screamed money – how they pull it off, were unsure.

Bottle service runs from roughly $800-1,000 and increases depending on what you want. There isn’t a cover charge if you’re in the restaurant before the club starts, but if you’re coming after then it ranges from $15-40 depending.

This is a really great spot to have dinner, a couple of drinks and then head out for the night. The club hasn’t figured out their music situation yet which is a damn shame. If they have a proper DJ this would be top 5 places in Montréal, however, it doesn’t make the cut.

Overall, we like the decor, the food and, the drinks. Mr.Nokturnal enjoyed it and might be back if they get a new DJ.

MUSIC

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DRINK PRICES

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BEST NIGHTS

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BOTTLE SERVICE

Bottle service runs from roughly $800-1,000 and increases depending on what you want.

Terrasse Bonsecours – Montreal Review

Terrasses Bonsecours

Looking for a club that gives you a great view, and makes you feel like you’re on the beach somewhere special? The views at Terrasse Bonsecours give you just that.

The views at Terrasse Bonsecours are beautiful. You can see the St.Lawerence River, while also enjoy parts of the Old Port and tourist attraction Ferris wheel.

Hours

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

12pm - 3am

12pm - 3am

12pm - 3am

12pm - 3am

12pm - 3am

12pm - 3am

12pm - 3am

The one thing you need to know about going out in Montreal is everyone is extremely blunt. If you don’t reach their standards they’ll tell you you’re not good enough. Blunt and to the point is how we would describe the people of Montreal, and it’s just the way they are.

When you go out, everyone is dressed up at any point in the day. Fashion is a very big thing there and is taken seriously. At Terrasses, they have a strict dress code for the upstairs terrace, and the downstairs club. You can find these on their website as they are different.

Women at the club wear their nicest going out attire, including tight designer dresses with high heels and a full face of makeup. Men are seen in suits, and nothing less than their best James Bond outfit.

Bottle service is available here and recommended. The club is usually packed every weekend and is still busy during the week as this is one of the most tourist places you can go for a night out. Food and drinks are more expensive here, roughly $13-18 for a cocktail, $10 for a beer, and $8 for a glass of wine. If you plan on eating and drinking, the bill will most likely be high.

The vibe here is chill and doesn’t get too out of hand. The staff, however, are not friendly at all and seem to be very disorganized. With it being such a popular place, we’re sure customer service isn’t pushed as hard as a smaller club needing more exposure.

Music is always good with hip-hop playing in the club, and top 40 playings upstairs on the terrace, you can’t go wrong with going to check it out with a group of friends for a nice night.

The other thing about this location is it is very out of the way of other clubs and possibilities. If you want to go somewhere else, you will need to walk back to the mainland and order an Uber. Nothing is in walking distance, so if you’re going here for the night, it’s a commitment.

There are better places for Mr.Nokturnal to go to, but he’s happy he experienced this once – and never again.

MUSIC

Music is always good with hip-hop playing in the club, and top 40 playing upstairs on the terrace.

DRINK PRICES

Food and drinks are more expensive here, roughly $13-18 for a cocktail, $10 for a beer, and $8 for a glass of wine. If you plan on eating and drinking, the bill will most likely be high.

BEST NIGHTS

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BOTTLE SERVICE

Bottle service is available here and recommended. 

Le Cinq – Montreal Review

Le Cinq

This review is simply just a warning not to go to the club if you want to have a fun night.

Le Cinq is a nice venue. It has two floors, the upstairs is more of a bar/lounge type and the downstairs is a spacious club.

When the Nokturnal group toured Canada, we visited Le Cinq and wish we hadn’t. The washrooms were probably some of the most disgusting washrooms we’ve ever seen, and the downstairs club was not bumping, at all.

Hours

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Closed

Closed

Closed

5pm - 3am

5pm - 3am

5pm - 3am

Closed

11:30 pm on a Friday event night – which was a twerk contest – and there were 5 people in the club, excluding us. We waited 30 mins to give it a shot, and no one besides the staff walked through the doors.

The staff was really friendly, but not upfront about the situation, which they never are anyways. However, it would’ve saved us a lot of time and brain cells. Cover charge is cheaper for women than men, and drinks are average $9-13.

Bottle service is available, but that doesn’t matter when no one is in the club. You’re better off going to the liquor store and buying a bottle to drink on the streets with people around – even though it’s illegal in Canada.

Music is hip-hop, trap, and some house. The 5 people there were dressed in typical club attire, dresses, heels, or a cute jumpsuit. Men wore button-ups and jeans. The girls in the twerking contest wore spandex and some volleyball knee pads, so that brought in diversity.

What else is there to say? Besides, don’t go to this club unless you want to waste your time and money. The upstairs was half bumping though, but you can’t go up unless you re-pay the cover charge to have access to both places.

Le Cinq will for sure never be seeing us again.

MUSIC

Music is hip-hop, trap, and some house. 

DRINK PRICES

Drinks are average $9-13.

BEST NIGHTS

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BOTTLE SERVICE

Bottle service is available, but that doesn’t matter when no one is in the club. You’re better off going to the liquor store and buying a bottle to drink on the streets with people around – even though it’s illegal in Canada.

Belfast Love Public House – Toronto Review

Belfast Love Public House

Rolling with a big group of people and thinking of a spot to either start or end the night, but unsure where? Worry no more, grasshopper, as we found Belfast Love Public House.

Belfast Love is one of those spots everyone hears about and wants to check out. Their line is ridiculous, and you should show up early. Like, early, maybe even 10 pm.

Hours

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

11pm - 2am

11pm - 2am

11pm - 2am

11pm - 2am

11pm - 2am

11pm - 2am

11pm - 2am

The security here is friendly enough to let you skip the line if you have a good enough reason, or you know someone who knows someone. Canadians are really friendly people, so even striking up a convo could get you in. Cover charges vary depending on how much they like and can go from $5-20, and the average drink is about $10.

As soon as you walk down the stairs and turn the corner, you’re already stuck in the massive crowd that’s already been in this neon light lit up basement, drinking since sundown. Who can blame them?

Belfast is a lot bigger than it looks and includes TV’s, 1 big bar, pool tables, picnic tables, a dance floor and a message board you can write on. The atmosphere is light and feels like a pub you see on TV where everyone goes to socialize because it’s that cool. Belfast is basically the coffee shop everyone on Friends always hang out at except a bar.

Not a strict dress code here, but everyone wore trendy attire. A lot of women were dressed in trendy wear like rompers, jeans, and a tube top, or even a cute summer dress. Lots of men wore button-ups with nice pants, but others even wore hoddies – not recommended as it is extremely warm in the summer and there is never a coat check.

Belfast spins not the best music in our taste, but if you like top 40 hits throughout the years 2010-2019, then this is your time to shine and sing your hearts out on the dance floor. With this being said, the crowds are usually a mix between 20-28-year-olds, and a ratio of 60:40 in favor of men. Everyone was respectful and didn’t push each other around the crowded bar or get too hands-on.

Belfast is a chill spot to go to with the homies or start your night at. If we’re feeling the top 40 vibes, you can bet this will be the first place we come.

MUSIC

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DRINK PRICES

Cover charges vary depending on how much they like and can go from $5-20, and the average drink is about $10.

BEST NIGHTS

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BOTTLE SERVICE

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Drom Taberna – Toronto Review

Drom Taberna

A big fan of live music, great food, and above-average drinks? Head over to Drom on Queen.

Drom pulls in a crowd anywhere form 23-43 with an open mindset of “we love to party, and f*** going mainstream.” Seriously, it reminded us of New Orleans and their “never-ending” party mentality. It was lit.

Drom always has live bands playing all night, from Jazz to blues, and maybe even some hip-hop sounds, it is in the race to be one of the best venues for live music. If you want guaranteed good vibes, you go to Drom.

Hours

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

12pm - 2am

12pm - 2am

12pm - 2am

12pm - 2am

12pm - 4am

12pm - 4am

12pm - 2am

The owners are a group of 5 people who literally said they didn’t want to be like “all the other mainstream spots in town,” and guess what that means? Cheap imported liquor from Europe – nothing higher than $8 – and delicious home-cooked food – they offer a lot of vegan options.

There is no dress code, though you don’t want to look silly. A nice t-shirt and jeans are fine or a dress and heels would equally be accepted but not recommended.

The vibe here is open, light, and welcoming but conversations can only happen between set breaks because the music is extremely, extremely loud. This is a good pre-game place, or just somewhere to hang out with a buddy all night.

It is also a cute romance spot to take a date if you’re on the 3rd date and already feel comfortable, or even the 1st date if you’re shy and don’t want to be talking too much. Lots of couples come here, but also single party lovers who enjoy music and good alcohol. They’re also open until 4 am all summer – and don’t charge cover.

Overall, the best place to go if you’re looking for home vibes, cheap booze, and good apple pie. They will be seeing us again, our pre-drink game is strong.

MUSIC

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DRINK PRICES

The average price for drinks is around $12-15, and bottle service is available.

BEST NIGHTS

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BOTTLE SERVICE

Bottles are always cool, but not a huge need here unless you play on staying the entire night. 

Early Mercy – Toronto Review

Early Mercy

Tired of the younger crowd, and seeking a more mature crowd to get your drink on with? Look no further as we’ve found a gem spot on King West, Early Mercy.

Early Mercy does not play around with their weekends and has a strict 21+ on Friday’s and 23+ on Saturday’s rule with extended 4 am hours all summer.

Early Mercy caters to the “after-work” crowd aka the lawyers, accountants, secretaries, and everyone who loves to leave work and go gossip at a bar for the night.

Hours

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

10pm - 3am

10pm - 3am

Closed

Open up at 10 pm, they serve food from a food truck parked right outside their – gorgeous, and large – patio and the best thing is, sometimes they rotate food trucks so you can have something completely new depending on how often you visit.

Everyone here dresses smart and trendy. Lots of women in high heels, cute dresses, makeup and lots of jewelry. Lots of the men tend to wear button-ups or a solid v-neck with trendy pants. It isn’t an extremely serious dress-code but they won’t be letting anyone who looks like trash in.

 

Their decor is unique with new-school paintings of greats like Gandhi, and Abe Lincon. The bar is in the middle of everything and gives plenty of room to get your grind on to some old school hip-hop beats. However, dancing is not really the main reason people come here. This is defs the place everyone comes to gossip – like previously stated – and there isn’t much of a dance scene here. Great for singles that want to mingle!

The average price for drinks is around $12-15, and bottle service is available. Bottles are always cool, but not a huge need here unless you play on staying the entire night. The door isn’t super hard but isn’t super easy either. The best thing is to get here around 12:30-1:00 amto make sure you can get in. As the night progresses it gets busier and busier. Cover charges are anywhere between $10-30 depending on time, and how busy it is.

Overall, this is a great place to get your pre-drink on and head out to the convenient places around on King or to end your night at. The Nokturnal Group might be coming back.

MUSIC

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DRINK PRICES

The average price for drinks is around $12-15, and bottle service is available.

BEST NIGHTS

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BOTTLE SERVICE

Bottles are always cool, but not a huge need here unless you play on staying the entire night. 

Lost & Found-Club-Review

Lost and found

Lost & Found review

Those elite nights where you and your squad head out, looking fresh, feeling good, and ready to party. You know those nights you can’t quite remember, but will never forget? Those nights happen at Lost and Found.

Lost and Found is the type of club everyone goes, knowing it’s about to pop off at any given moment. You might see a celeb, you might buy 7 bottles, and you might even end up going home with someone you didn’t come with, you feel me?

Hours

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

11pm - 3am

Closed

Closed

11pm - 3am

11pm - 3am

11pm - 3am

Closed

Saturday nights are crazy nights at this place, and you’re going to want to either get a man on the inside, make a reservation or show up looking hotter than anyone in the city. 

The doormen here will not let you in if you don’t look like the trendy/classy vibe they’re looking to maintain. Women, anything tight, well put together, and stylish is allowed – dresses, ripped jeans and a tube top, tight jeans and a shirt with heels or boots. Men, nothing too baggy or weird, just a nice shirt with jeans, a button-up, and you can even wear a nice collard shirt. 

Cover ranges anywhere from $10-30 depending on your crew, and what time it is. Lost and Found doesn’t open till 11 pm, but quickly fills up around midnight so it is always best to get there early. The average drink here costs $10-15, and are made fantastically.

Bottle service here is a must because it enhances the fun that much more. You can be in your world in the booths but still be apart of the action enough to maintain the vibes, it’s a perfect set-up. 

The ratio is 60:40 in favor of women, but can quickly turn to 50:50 depending on the mood. The atmosphere is pretty good but can get stuck up fast. Their Saturday crowd tends to be “high-rollers.” 

However, their Monday night clientele is totally cool. Monday night, Lost and Found is the place to be. Everyone is a lot laxer, and the dress code isn’t as strict. 

Everyone on Monday is just trying to have a good time after work or keep the weekend vibes going. There is no going wrong here as the party rages on. 

The music is always hip-hop here with top 40 mixed in no matter what day you visit. Some DJ’s are better than others, but L&F does a good job keeping the crowd dancing. 

Basically, Monday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday all bring in a different crowd, but the vibes remain the same: lit. 

Lost and Found will for sure be seeing us again. 

MUSIC

The music is always hip-hop here with top 40 mixed in no matter what day you visit. Some DJ’s are better than others, but L&F does a good job keeping the crowd dancing. 

DRINK PRICES

The average drink here costs $10-15, and are made fantastically.

BEST NIGHTS

Basically, Monday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday all bring in a different crowd, but the vibes remain the same: lit. 

BOTTLE SERVICE

Bottle service here is a must because it enhances the fun that much more. You can be in your world in the booths but still be apart of the action enough to maintain the vibes, it’s a perfect set-up.