Eclectic and casual, with mounted deer heads hung on wood-panelled walls and vintage swivel stools at the diner-style counter, this late-night industry hangout feels like a classic Montreal tavern, or grandma’s rec room. Oysters are the house speciality, and the kitchen is open late. But most people go to drink from the bar’s deep well of natural wines, microbrews and raw cider.
TRY: THE PISCINE, MADE WITH SPARKLING WINE, APEROL AND ANGOSTURA.
Photo: BORIS HALAS