Top 10 Supperclubs in Montreal

We look at the hottest Supperclubs in Montreal.

Jennifer Coxby Jennifer Cox

Supperclub

Supperclubs are hot in Montreal – they're the local hangouts of only the trendiest Montrealers. An elegant and posh restaurant by early evening and a pumpin' dance club in the wee hours of the night, there are slews of popular supperclubs to check out in this gem of a city. Here are the top 10 supperclubs in Montreal.

 

Kabana

Chef François Morin's passion for simplicity is what makes Kabana such a well-respected place to dine, while bar manager and mixologist Manny Vides always concocts the ultimate in spirits. Talented DJs are brought in on a nightly basis.

 

Buonanotte

Delectable meat, fish and seafood dishes as well as “crudo” selections and homemade pasta a la Chef Sandro Carpene are always a hit at this hotspot on The Main. Buonanotte celebrates their 20th anniversary this month.

 

Time

Situated in an art-deco-inspired 1930s bank building, Time has been one of the most iconic supperclubs in Montreal for years. All of the stars who visit the city wind up at Time, noshing on scrumptious items from their canape menu and dancing the night away to some of the city's most revered DJs.

 

Globe

For 18 years Globe has been a mainstay on St. Laurent Street, where the nightlife flourishes in Montreal. Chef Jean-François Baril prepares simple yet tasty fare, and their Thursday drink specials are perfect for an after-work happy hour.

 

Sofia

If you're looking for the ladies you'll find them at the ultra-plush Sofia, decked out head-to-toe in opulent pink. The menu is varied, the crowd is chill, and the drinks are always flowing.

 

Bar & Boeuf

By some people's standards this may not be considered so much a supperclub, however they do have one of the most reputed menus in the entire city, and their late-night 10pm menu is especially designed for night owls who enjoy an evening in a relaxing yet loud and lively atmosphere.

 

KOKO Lounge

Modern glam surrounds you at KOKO, and the menu is just as fabulous and refined – you'll find everything from local seafood and meats to in-house hand-rolled sushi.

 

Rosalie

Looking for the perfect ingredients for a night out in Montreal? It's the antipasti from Rosalie with an incredible glass (or two) of pinot grigio, a few laughs on their massive terrasse, and a few moves on the dancefloor.

 

Newtown

A restaurant, lounge, and club all in one, Newtown, headed by one of the country's top chefs Martin Juneau, has a prime location on rowdy Crescent Street in the heart of downtown. It's the perfect all-in-one nightspot.

 

Moomba

A 25-and-over club, the mature group of locals who frequent this trendy haunt keep coming back for a number of reasons: their pumping house music, salsa nights, peaceful ambience, four-season patio, and a stage always boasting awesome live entertainment.

 

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