Like an old speakeasy from the beginning of the twentieth century, the LAB hides behind its thick red curtains since 2008 at the edge of the Park Lafontaine.
If you are in Montreal and want to feel the atmosphere of the 1960’s & 70’s, you don’t have to go too far.
After the sunset, bring a few friends and go to 3682, St-Laurent Blvd (a few steps from Avenue des Pins). In this place, the spirit of the american Sixties never dies.
Summer in Montreal is meant to be celebrated! Snow is only a memory and we are ready to move, scream, dance, sing, laugh or simply have fun! Montreal summer festivals are exceptionally diversified. So whatever your personality is, you can celebrate with thousands of people from around the world, in the streets of the beautiful Montreal, during three wonderful months.
Follow us in one of the trendiest parts of our great city: The Gay Village!
SThere, on the corner of Amherst & Ste-Catherine East, we want you to meet Mado, the queen of Montreal’s nightlife!
On Jean Talon street, close to Saint-Denis street, stands the famous Jean-Talon Market. And when it takes place outside, the market is even considered as one of the largest in North America.
In Montreal, macaroons are more and more popular.
But it is certainly at the corner of De La Roche and Mont-Royal that you can taste one of the greatest macaroons of the city.