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We discovered this bar on our last night and it was the best find of our trip. I could have sat there all night, thanks to Jessie for making us feel at home and recommending the tastiest cocktails. The Espresso Martini is delicious!! Such a...More
Not sure if it was open yet on a late afternoon, we were warmly greeted and welcomed by Natasha as we made our way to the bar. The selection of spirits and cocktails is nearly endless, and our drinks were expertly made. Perfect spot to...More
Two steps down from street level, and you enter an intimate and welcoming atmosphere where you are well looked after. Tamara provided us excellent service. Wish I’d found this place before my last night in Montreal. We didn’t eat, but the atmosphere and service are...More
We had the pleasure of spending most of an evening at this fine establishment recently. A fantastic selection of whiskies and Single Malt Scotch in particular. A fun time with some regulars and with very friendly staff as well. Slainte Mhath.
I recently attended two whiskey(scotch) tastings and loved the stories & enjoyed tastings, staff & everyone that attended. I've also been here on saturday nights which I thoroughly enjoyed.
I will definitely keep going back.
We entered by chance and had the night of a lifetime! Great bartender and the regulars were also amazing. We all drank together and enjoyed each other's company. The selection in alcohol, specially whisky/bourbon is astonishing! I never got around to finish them all... Next...More
Even though I spend a lot of time around the area, I had not heard of this bar until a friend brought me here. It's relatively tucked away on Mackay and doesn't boast the big crowds that tend to flock to the nearby Irish pubs...More
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