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  • Bell Centre (Centre Bell)

    1260 De la Gauchetière Ouest,

    The Bell Centre is the biggest sporting and event venue in Montreal. Home of the legendary Montreal Canadiens, the Bell Centre is host to a multitude of events, including concerts, conventions, and performances of all types.

  • McKibbin's Irish Pub

    1426 Rue Bishop,

    he historic and sandstone mansion built in 1904 by one of Canada's most brilliant surgeons, Dr. Frank Richardson England, (1862-1942) and his wife, Grace Octavia Ritchie, (1868-1948) the first woman to received a degree in medicine in Quebec. Both worked at Western Hospital, which today houses the Montreal Children's…

  • Irish Embassy

    1234 Rue Bishop,

    onveniently situated downtown at 1234 Rue Bishop-below St. Catherine, we are minutes away from the Bell Centre, within walking distance from Guy-Concordia and Lucien-L'Allier metro stations. We offer a large selection of draught beers, an extensive menu featuring traditional Irish and Canadian dishes- all freshly…

  • Pub St Paul

    124 St-Paul est,

    Pub Saint-Paul is a resto-bar located in Montreal that serves great food and hosts a variety of live entertainment, from bands to karaoke.

    Pierre-Marc Cardinal follows this venue.

  • Théâtre Rialto

    5723 avenue du Parc,

    The Rialto Theatre is one of the most iconic buildings of Montreal. Its graceful proportions and elegant details are a delight to behold. Our purchase of this heritage property in March 2010 was made with the full knowledge that we are acting as custodians of The Rialto Theatre for the community at large and that we…

  • 260 blvd. de Maisonneuve West,

    The Place Des Arts is a major entertainment complex in downtown Montreal, comprised of 5 theatres, which offers presentations of music, dance, drama, and visual arts.

  • 87 Rue Ste-Catherine E,

    Foufounes Electriques is a nightclub and bar frequently featuring DJs and live acts.

  • C-209-555 Rue Sherbrooke Ouest,

    Clara Lichtenstein Hall is a concert hall affiliated with McGill University - located near campus.

  • 20 Ste Catherine east,

    This is a great place to see a rock show, with 12,000 square footage and the latest to offer in sound and lights, it makes the grade for one of Montreal's top venues.

  • 527 Rue Sherbrooke Ouest,

    The Tanna Schulich Recital Hall is an intimate 200-seat concert hall affiliated with McGill University.

  • 861 Rue Sherbrooke Ouest,

    Redpath Hall is a concert hall located right next to Redpath Library on the campus of McGill University.

  • 1445 Rue Bishop,

    Le Social is a giant heritage mansion which has been converted into one of Montreal's best kept nightlife secrets.