Rue Ste-Catherine Est
Montréal’s embrace of the gay community is tightest along the eastern end of Rue Ste-Catherine, a one-time bed of vice and shabby...
The Church of St Peter the Apostle belonged to the monastery of the Oblate fathers who settled in Montréal in the mid-19th century....
Opened in the beautiful Station Postale C, a heritage post office built in 1912 that later hosted Village standby KOX, Apollon has an...
With nearly 20 years under its belt, this gay bar-bistro has earned a spot in Village hearts for its chilled atmosphere, live DJs, patio...
Le Drugstore information
Loud music, live DJs and beautiful 20- and 30-somethings rule this small, apothecary-themed lounge and club. Showy staff mix specialty cocktails while poppy 1960s-inspired design fills your party prescription for flirting. Don’t let its location in a quiet residential location fool you, this joint goes off.