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 is always good with hip-hop playing in the club, and top 40 playing upstairs on the terrace.
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.
Bottle service is available here and recommended.