Take a study break at these Montreal student pubs

Students all know that when it comes time for finals, stress levels can be quite elevated. Most Montreal students turn to coffee when the going gets rough, but another alternative is to grab a relaxing beer with friends. Take a study break at these Montreal student pubs.

Pub Le Sainte-Élisabeth

1412 rue Sainte-Élisabeth, Montréal, QC H2X 3C6

Located near the UQAM campus, Le Sainte-Élisabeth offers a reasonably priced pint of beer and lots of room for you and your friends to sit. The best part about Le Sainte-Élisabeth pub, however, is undeniably the terrace. This bar has one of the most beautiful and hidden patios in the city, which makes it a great place to relax post exams. Be sure to satisfy your munchies prior to arriving, as this bar does not serve food.

Saint Houblon Inc

6700 Boul Saint-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2S 3C7

Tobasco Bar is located on Côte-des-Neiges, near the University of Montreal. It has become synonymous with a good time for many students in the area. The bar has many different drink specials on any given evening, and the place is pretty big, so don’t worry about not getting in. They serve typical Tex-Mex fare along with pizza and sandwiches. There’s a dance floor, billiards and giant TV screens to suit anyone’s evening.

Peel Pub

1196, rue Peel, Montréal, QC H3B 2T6

Peel Pub is the kind of place to kick back and have a few drinks with friends. The alcohol is reasonably priced and they also offer daily food specials for the hungry. The best night to go the Peel Pub is definitely Thursdays, as they offer shooters for only $0.99. Grab your friends and head over to watch a Habs game.

Station Des Sports

2051, rue Sainte-Catherine O, Montréal, QC H3H 1M6

The greatness that is Sports Station can be explained in two words: table taps. Yes, certain tables at this bar have their own taps, where you can serve yourself your own beer. This bar is exactly what it sounds like — a rowdy sports bar where you’re guaranteed to have a good time with friends. The price is reasonable and they offer daily food specials.

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