MONTREAL CELTIC PUBS

December 28, 2009

Cunningham’s Pub,
75 rue Ste-Anne, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue (514) 457-0080
204 Alton Drive, Beaconsfiled (514) 428-0090
Irish pub in the heart of the action. All the Irish pub grub favourites, large selection of imported beer, live Celtic music Friday and Saturday.

Hurley’s Irish Pub, 1225 Crescent , Montreal, Qc, (514) 861-4111
Authentic Irish Pub in old stone building with fireplaces. Hearty fare and Nightly live entertainment featuring traditional Irish music.
Many European whiskeys and beers. Irish, Scottish and English draft. Known for the best Guinness in town.

Irish Embassy Pub & Grill, 1234 Bishop St., Montreal QC H2G 3E3 (514) 875-8777
We offer a large selection of draught beers, an extensive menu featuring traditional Irish and Canadian dishes and a broad selection of Celtic and contemporary music, all contribute to creating an ambience that is unmatched by any other establishment in the city.

Kelly’s Pub, 88 Donegani, Pointe Claire (514) 694-6438
British style pub near Hwy 20. Live music Tues, Fri, Sat & Sun. British soccer games on satellite T.V. Pub food

Montreal Beer Museum, 2063 Stanley

Murphy’s, 1197 University

McKibbins Irish Pub
1426 Bishop Street, Montreal (514) 288-1580
Montreal’s Irish Pub with live entertainment, 18 imported beers on tap, Pub Grub and Irish sports on

McLean’s Pub
1210 Peel, Montreal (514) 392-7770
English style pub with varied menu. Pool Tables
Old Dublin
636 Rue Cathcart, Montréal, QC, 514.861.4448
Traditional Irish atmosphere, imported beers on tap, 75 single malts, good pub fare and live entertainment all add to the charm of The Old Dublin.

O’Hara’s Pub
1197 University, Montreal (514) 390-8881
Irish pub with bar menu, Pool Tables, Karaoke

O’Regan’s Irish Pub 1224 Bishop, Montreal (514) 866-8464

Pub Claddagh Irish Pub Montreal, Pub Claddagh, 1433 Crescent St, Montreal Quebec. 514-287-9354
Featuring 17 draughts of domestic and imported beers on tap, as well as over 30 different types of scotch and whiskey, you’ll have no trouble at all quenching your thirst at Pub Claddagh! Claddagh also serves a number of traditional Celtic dishes like Irish stew and kidney pie to accompany a cool glass of Guinness stout. Moreover, the pub’s Victorian style decor and nightly live Celtic music afford an air of warmth and authenticity that will whisk your spirit away for a night on the Emerald Isle. With its two floors and friendly atmosphere, Pub Claddagh is the embodiment of Celtic charm and good cheer!

Pub L’Ile Noire 1649 St-Denis, Montreal, QC, 514-982-0866 Fax: 514-982-0584 | Website
Home to over a hundred scotch varieties, Pub L’Ile Noire boasts the cozy, pleasing atmosphere of a classic Scottish pub.
Quintessential Scottish Pub

It’s hard to find a decent pub beyond the British Isles. Luckily you don’t need a plane ticket to get quality suds and a counter full of pub-crawlers happily munching on peanuts. Since the 1980s, Pub L’Ile Noire has been the preferred stomping ground for Brits-cum-Montrealers. Named after one of Les Aventures de Tintin’s tomes — in which Tintin visits Scotland in search of a legendary ape — the bar is a tribute to the classic Scottish pub look. Featuring mahogany woodwork, stained glass and typical pint glasses, at L’Ile Noire, the only thing missing is the kilts.

Pure Malts, Pure Pleasure

If the thought of a wall-to-wall scotch selection makes you deliriously excited, you may have found your new haunt. Boasting over 140 brands that range from $5 to $500 a glass, L’Ile Noire is renowned across the city for its fine scotches. A frequent visitor to Scotland, the owner has stocked his bar with vintage whiskies that include single malts from the Highlands like Glenmorangie and The Macallan, as well as stronger peaty scotches like Lagavulin from the island of Islay. True fans of the amber liquid will delight in the pub’s annual scotch tasting events, complete with Scottish tunes.

Happy Hour Highlands-Style

Beer more your style? Pub L’Ile Noire has you covered with 16 local and British brews on tap. Sip on one of their Quebec brands — ranging from Ste-Ambroise to Belle Gueule — or try a Scottish pale ale import. Weekdays, you’ll find a motley crew kicking back on the big couches for the happy hour local beer specials. You can also drop by for a nightcap: the cozy, dark atmosphere is perfect for sampling the daily single malt specials.

Sir Winston Churchill Pub, 1455-1459 Crescent, Montréal, QC, H3G 2B6 , 514-288-3814 One of Montreal’s largest and best bar. It is truly the founding establishment on Crescent Street and a landmark in Montreal.

Ye Olde Orchard Pub & Grill
Neighbourhood pub in Monkland Village with the flavour of the old country. New location downtown & Prince Arthur
5563 Monkland, Montreal (514) 484-1569
1189 de la Montagne, Montreal (514) 874-1569
20 Prince Arthur West, Montreal (514) 845-7772
Celtic pub. Live entertainment, pub food, Irish & British beers.

Comments

2 Responses to “MONTREAL CELTIC PUBS”

  1. Julie Devaney on January 5th, 2010 2:27 pm

    I am in the process of creating the website for my brother’s celtic band Devaney’s Goat, named after the Irish reel.

    Would love to send it along to you when it is completed! They have a number of shows coming up soon around Montreal, and have some very diverse and talented musicians!

    21 Jan. 2010 – Le Vieux Dublin / The Old Dublin Pub…..636 Cathcart, Montreal

    28 Jan. 2010 – Brutopia…..1215 Crescent, Montreal

    18 Feb. 2010 – Le Vieux Dublin / The Old Dublin Pub

  2. Reece Jones on September 27th, 2015 5:37 pm

    Hi there,

    Just looking online and I noticed your website.

    I am English but I have been living in Toronto for the past 2 years. From October next month with work I am moving over to Montreal.

    I thought being a Irish club I would ask if you knew any decent soccer clubs in Montreal. I played for a soccer team in Toronto in which nearly all the team was Irish and the craic was great.

    If you know any soccer teams in Montreal that any of the Irish rugby lads play for please let me know and any contact details. I know being October the season has probably just finished (if its anything like Toronto) but please let me know.

    Thank you

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