Grab a pint at these West Island pubs

The West Island is well known for its low-key, casual vibe, so it should be no surprise that there are great places to sit back and grab a beer. Whether you’re from the West Island or passing through, be sure to stop by for a cold one at these West Island pubs.

Ye Olde Orchard Pub & Grill

322, ch du Bord-du-Lac Lakeshore, Pointe-Claire, QC H9S 4L7

Ye Olde Orchard pub is the go-to joint for Pointe-Claire villagers in need of a good pint. The rustic decor is charming, the atmosphere is very inviting and the food is downright delicious. Try the butter chicken if you’re in the mood for something different. Bring your friends to watch a Habs game on one of their many TV screens, or enjoy a glass of sangria on their back patio during the summer months. Happy hour is from four to seven pm daily.

Brasserie Le Manoir

600, boul Saint-Jean, Pointe-Claire, QC H9R 3J9

Located on St-John’s in Pointe-Claire, this is one of the larger pubs in the West Island. This bar is convenient for all crowds and palates with its large menu and wide variety of options, from calamari to souvlaki to pizza. Come by and watch the big game on one of their many TV screens or on their patio, which has its own outdoor bar. Le Manoir has also opened a second location with self-serve taps in Lachine.


76, rue Sainte-Anne, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC H9X 1L8

Annie’s is most well known as the go-to summer party spot for John Abbott students. This pub is also a great place to grab a daytime cocktail and a plate of nachos on their waterfront terrasse while overlooking the Ste-Anne’s locks. Like many of the waterfront restaurants, it’s accessible from the boardwalk, so come by boat or stop by as you’re on a leisurely stroll to the farmers’ market.

McKibbin's Irish

6361 Autoroute Transcanadienne, Pointe-Claire, QC H9R 5A5

Why go into the city when the city brings its best to the West Island? The popular Bishop Street pub has a location just off highway 40 in the West Island, and the atmosphere is just as pleasant. They offer 24 beers on tap, and the bar is large, so don’t worry about finding a spot to sit with your friends. They host a ladies’ night on Wednesdays, with $2 mixed drinks, and you’ll often find talented live bands over the weekend.

Moes Deli Bar

940, boul Saint-Jean, Pointe-Claire, QC H9R 5N8

Moe’s Bar & Grill has become a West Island staple with its newly renovated restaurant and upscale bar. Join the West Island professional crowd for happy hour every day, and stay for the top-notch smoked-meat sandwich. They also serve a very good brunch for the early risers.

Calistoga Grill

235, boul Saint-Jean, Pointe-Claire, QC H9R 3J1

Tucked away in the Pointe-Claire shopping centre, the Calistoga Grill serves up a wide variety of pub classics. They cater to an older crowd and have great live music most nights of the week. Come by for their fiesta evenings on Thursdays for tasty pub specials on Mexican cuisine. Be sure to make a reservation if you plan to sit inside the restaurant as this joint can get quite busy on weekends.

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