Order a mojito at these great Montreal bars

Montreal boasts a pretty wild nightlife and you’ll find some cool cocktails at many bars in the city. The mojito is an all-time favourite, adored by many. Here are our picks for the best mojitos in town.


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

Santos is a trendy Spanish tapas bar in Old Montreal. It’s known for ladies’ night on Tuesdays, and for an extensive mojito menu — one of the best in Montreal! You can chose different flavours such as blueberry lavender, strawberry and event coconut. If you’re in a large group, you can also splurge and order a five litre pitcher of mojito. For their seventh anniversary, Santos even set out to break the record for largest mojito of all time.

Barraca Rhumerie & Tapas

1134, av du Mont-Royal E, Montréal, QC H2J 1X8

Barraca is the place to go in the Plateau if you’re a fan of rum and finger foods, so it should be no surprise they serve a pretty wicked mojito. They serve over 50 different types of rum from various countries around the world so you can pick your favourite based on your mojito mood. Sip on delicious mojitos with friends on their stunning back terrace.

Les Enfants Terribles — Outremont

1257 av Bernard, Outremont, QC H2V 1V8

When you say Les Enfants Terribles, people are often reminded of the sad, tragic book by the same name, but the atmosphere at this trendy restaurant on Bernard is anything but. The beef tartare, the pâté chinois, and the mac 'n' cheese are all recommended dishes, but if you're looking for something extra special, try their Mojito d'Outremont. The classic cocktail is made with Havana Club Rum, mint, lime, soda, and maple syrup for a touch of Montreal flair.

La Distillerie No2

2047, av du Mont-Royal E, Montréal, QC H2H 1J7

La Distillerie is know for their cool and original cocktails, so it should come as no surprise that they serve a mojito in a mason jar that may floor you. Don’t worry, their drinks are available in two sizes, depending on the night you’re looking to have. You can also add a fruit puree of your choice, in case you like your mojito with an extra bit of flavour. You may have to wait in line to get in, as this place can be quite popular, but the mojito here will surely make up for it.

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