No prohibition at these Montreal 5 à 7 spots

Happy hour in Montreal is famously known as the 5 à 7. It’s a time to relax and let all the workday stress melt away over drinks with colleagues or friends. Check out these Montreal 5 à 7 hotspots for a guaranteed good time.

Le Pourvoyeur

184, rue Jean-Talon E, Montréal, QC H2R 1S7

After a long day at the office, who wouldn’t want to kick back and relax over a good cocktail and some market-fresh fare, and that’s exactly what you’ll get at Le Pourvoyeur near the Jean-Talon Market. Le Pourvoyeur is a gin bar, and offers 5 à 7 specials and excellent munchies. Overlooking the market, their patio is also great for a summer 5 à 7.

Méchant Boeuf Bar Brasserie

124, rue Saint-Paul O, Montréal, QC H2Y 1Z3

Méchant Boeuf is a popular hot spot for professionals in the area for the daily 5 à 7. It’s one of the liveliest happy hour spots in the city due to the bumping beats and special happy hour menu. They off a few classic cocktails, as well as a few of their creations, which are all free-poured. Be sure to check out this joint if you have a meeting in the area — it will surely become a favourite!

Bar Philemon

111, rue Saint-Paul O, Montréal, QC H2Y 1Z5

Philémon is a popular spot for the young professional crowd. They have an extensive wine menu, as well as cool creative cocktails. For their happy hour, they serve a variety of finger foods such as oysters and salmon gravlax at reasonable prices. This happy hour spot is rather trendy, but unpretentious. If you’re a young professional, take note that it’s also a great place for networking with peers.

Mckibbin's Irish Pub

1426, rue Bishop, Montréal, QC H3G 2E6

McKibbin’s Irish Pub has a daily happy hour, which is from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m., unlike most 5 à 7 spots throughout the city. They have daily drink deals on the mixed cocktails and a wide variety of beers from around the world. They also offer a few pub classics to nibble on. This place is a casual hangout for when you’re in the mood to kick back and relax with friends, and forget about the workday.

Buvette Chez Simone

4869, av du parc, Montréal, QC H2V 4E7

If you’re feeling fancy, head to the Mile End to have a drink at Buvette Chez Simone. Their happy hour starts a 4 p.m. You can enjoy beers for less, and wine connoisseurs will certainly find something they love from the chalkboard list. You’ll be able to munch on tasty finger foods while you sip on your drink of choice. This place is a popular local spot, so it may be best to sneak out of work early to snag a stool.

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