Notable Cinq a Sept Hotspots in Montreal

Some days just call for after-work drinks – well, most days – whether it be to celebrate a great day or to reward yourself for getting through one that was a bit tricky. So next time you’re ready to head to an impressive bar with some co-workers or friends, be sure to check out one of these notable cinq-a-sept spots Montrealers love.

Suite 701
This rooftop hotspot boasts one of the best cinq-a-sept’s in the city. Though open daily and offering delicious food any time you might want to head there, they are well-known for their wine and cheese menu served between 5 and 7pm. Visit on a Thursday night with your colleagues for great cocktails and good times. 701 Place Des Armes.

If you like a cool crowd mixed with a great vibe visit Confessional for your after-work festivities. This beautiful spot in Old Montreal has different events each night of the week. You’ll want to stop by Tuesday nights after work for karaoke. 431 McGill.

Restaurant Cavalli
If you’re looking to fancy it up a notch, head to Cavalli after work and unwind with a few drinks amidst beautiful people. Thursday nights are the best time to head to Cavalli, and if you get hungry during your time there, you can be reassured that there is a delicious menu available. 2040 Peel.

This old school French bistro has a bumping 5-7 to offer. Don’t worry that this pub won’t be able to hold your entire party if you’re heading out for drinks with a big group – it only looks small from the outside. With yummy upscale pub food and a fun atmosphere, you may never want to leave. 1243 Metcalfe.

On Thursdays when the weather is warm, loosen your ties and head to Koko in the Opus hotel and enjoy their monstrous outdoor ‘South Beach’ style terrace. This rooftop patio is chic and comfortable. For after-work eats, Koko’s menu is sure to satisfy as it features amazing sushi and Quebecois fare. 8 Sherbrooke West.

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