Find your hotel here in Montreal with our partner booking. We recommend taking a tour with the gay owned. On the busy corner of Honore-Mercier and rue St-Jean, cheerful and affordable Bistro L'Accent 810 ave Honore-Mercier has long been a go-to in the Quebec City gay community for breakfast, lunch, and dinner - or even late-night snacking, as this buzzy hangout is open daily until 10 pm and until midnight during the warmer months, when it's also ideal to grab a seat on the terrace. Every local gay guy we met told us we have to visit a gay strip bar at least once in Montreal. Although all kinds are welcome here, you'll encounter more bears, otters, leather dudes, and guys on the make here than at Le Drague.
These were the gay friendly hotels we tried and loved or were recommended to us by fellow gay travellers: : luxury hotel where the celebrities stay We stayed at the Fairmont during the Fierte Canada Pride in Montreal, located in downtown Montreal. It's also got a fabulous restaurant, which serves up delicious burgers with poutine. The exposed stone walls of the St-Jean branch lend a particularly cozy vibe. We loved it and definitely recommend the experience. It's open Monday to Friday until 4:30pm.
Sadly these two Nomadic Grandmas couldn't quite keep up and went home after Sky Bar closed at 3am! Most are both and are open until 3am due to the licensing laws. The recipe was brought over by Russian immigrant Isadore Safman back in 1919 who opened up one of the first bakeries here called Fairmount Bagel. Tip: if you're a group of just 2 you'll get in quicker, skipping the long queue. Hungry in the morning after a night of dancing and drinking? Cabaret Chez Mado is her home where she hosts some of the city's best cabaret and drag acts particularly on Tuesday and Saturday evenings. They also have an fascinating display of outdoor exhibitions in front of the museum and along the main road outside, which is worth checking out. Attrackting thousands of gays from arround the world.
Montreal has one of the biggest gay villages in the world. It's open everyday from 1pm and also doubles up as a restaurant during the day. . Le Stud sounds just our cup of tea we are not bears, but we always find bear bats and events the most welcoming. Seriously — each year, between May-September, Le Village Gai has a large display of around 200,000 pink balls hanging down across the main street, the mile long Rue Sainte-Catherine. The W is also the first pet friendly hotel we've encountered. This is also the heart of the gay scene of Montreal, with plenty of bars, clubs, after hours clubs, saunas, strip bars, cafes and more, to suit everyone.
Mingle2's gay Montreal personals are the free and easy way to find other Montreal gay singles looking for dates, boyfriends, sex, or friends. We definitely recommend it as a romantic evening treat, particularly their Water Circuit at sunset. Like Igloo Fest, it's not exclusively gay, but all our local gay Montreal friends raved about this one as well. The guides are gay locals who are extremely passionate about their city. On Fridays before 10:30pm they have Happy Hour. Browse thousands of Montreal gay personal ads - all completely free.
De prime abord je recherche femme pour apprendre à se connaître mutuellement et échanger pour commencer. There's pretty much something for everyone here, and the drag shows staged in the cabaret are some of the best in Canada. Gay strip bars and saunas in Montreal Gay strip bars are a thing here. One highlight is the unique Iglooswag winter wear competition. Also, read why we think Canada is.
It started in 1991 and has been going strong since. Je suis comme je suis. The William Grey also has its own spa and gym, handy for burning off all those poutine calories. The rooms are huge and you can also book rooms with private outdoor terrace. W hotel, here we come! The Fairmont is the place where celebs and famous people will most likely stay when in town, so you know you're in good hands here. Montreal gay guide Gay Montreal is famous for its annual Black and Blue festival in October.
The dancers are extremely talented and due to the lax laws, they bare everything. It has a really friendly atmosphere with an outdoor drinking area during the warmer months and a large dancing area inside. The gothic style Basilique Notre-Dame church was our favourite site, which you should definitely check out. Always lively, festive, and drawing a real mix of regulars and tourists from throughout the surrounding St-Jean neighborhood, Fou-Bar 525 rue St-Jean - which is a loyal supporter of each year - is a dark and homey spot with quirky decor everything from disco balls to offbeat artwork , brick and stone walls, and clusters of cafe tables from which patrons watch and listen to jazz bands many evenings. J'aime le sport;mon sport favori est le basket-ball. They also do bicycle, food and Old Montreal tours. For more, check out our.