Affordability - 8.5
Romance - 6.5
Taste - 6.5
- Her Top Tips
2. Come here in the summer with a big group of friends to enjoy sangria and pitchers in the massive beer garden.
3. To satisfy your drunken hunger, the street outside Saint-Sulpice has plenty of poutine places to ensure you have the full Montreal experience.
People had told me about Saint-Sulpice in Montreal before I headed out east to start university, calling it one of the best bars in the country. I had just returned from traveling in Australia and New Zealand for six months where bars and booze were of no shortage, so my standards were set reasonably high. It turned out that Saint-Sulpice was the first bar the floor fellows from our residence took us to, and the spot was everything and more my friends had hyped it up to be.
Saint-Sulpice in Montreal consists of multiple levels with a different venue on each one. If you’re in the mood for electro, but your friends are feeling rock, this is the perfect place to party so everyone is satisfied. The multiple levels are just the beginning, as the main attraction here is the massive beer garden out back. In the summer it becomes pretty packed, but if you hang around for a bit you’re bound to find a seat. Kyle and I love this feature so much we decided to bring our families here after graduation, which ended in multiple pitchers of sangria being passed around and chugged by the parents. The apple really doesn’t fall far from the tree.
On a summer evening, Saint-Sulpice in Montreal is perfect for patio beers or sangria. Bring a group of friends and enjoy the warm weather, and if that becomes unappealing you can always head inside to dance the night away.His Take