Montreal: Monday through Sunday

Montreal is one of those cities that can keep you busy with hot spots and notable parties every single day of the week. Below is our proof that Montreal offers the hippest and trendiest options to play and eat whether it’s a Monday or Saturday night. Follow us through a full week of places to see and be seen in Montreal:

Finish off your first day back at the office and head directly to L’Orignal (479 Rue St. Alexis) industry night for a hearty bite, oysters, wine and music. You will be amongst the coolest in the city and can enjoy all the best that life has to offer at inexpensive industry prices.

Let loose early in the week with an after work dance party amongst some of the trendiest hipsters in town at Blizzarts (3956A Saint Laurent).

Grab some of the best sushi in town at Ginger (16 Pins Avenue) and then head over to Tokyo (3709 St. Laurent) for their Wednesday night weekly party equipped with some of the hippest people in the plateau.

Start off your after work adventure with a 5-7 at Joe Beef Oyster Bar (2485 Notre Dame West), follow up with dinner next door at Liverpool House (2501 Notre Dame West), and then head across the street to Burgundy Lion (2496 Notre Dame West) for an extended pub night.

Nothing says Friday night like dinner and dancing in Old Montreal’s hot spot Garde Manger (408 St. Francois Xavier).

Grab some quick Japanese Izakaya at Kazu (1862 St. Catherine Street West) and then head to Philemon (111 St. Paul West), Montreal’s newest hot spot, to lounge it up late into the night.

Relax the day away and then top off your weekend with a night cap at Baldwin’s (115 Laurier West).