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Hello All,

A few friends and I are planing a trip to your great city on August 8-11, if any of you could recommend good Hotels,clubs,dinning etc.. some helpfull backround info on the city would be greatly appericated......

thanks a lot

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anything....Hotels to stay at(best location,px,) dining(good places to eat) and clubing lineups for that weekend...what clubs to hit(into Progressive house,trance,tribal) and anything else a couple of guys need to know to have a good time......suggestions!

thanks again;)

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as for hotels there are tons of them in all price ranges

i'd say comfortable at a good rate would be either Sheraton or the Holiday Inn downtown montreal..

as for dining there are restaurants on every street corner and sometimes there are 6 or 7 on every street block. I totally depends on what kind of food you're into. as for me I lobe soho, mikado and tsircos.

uhmm as for clubs we have sona, aria, stereo, tokyo those are all concidered good clubs. Depending when you're in town you might want to check up the lineups and dj's spinning..

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Hey man,

in terms of hotels I dont know but I sure can point out clubs and restaurants.

3 After-Hours in town

Sona: best for tec. A litle of that undergroud feel. This is the scene. You get the real clubbers, chicks are hot, music is amazing... Gotta go before you leave.

Stereo: Housier. Gets a mixed crowd but is primarilly gay. Best sond system in North America.

Aria. Pretty much same music as Sona (heavy tec fridays and smoother funkyer tec-house saturdays + HipHop in 2nd room both nights) but less successfull in terms of getting a quality crowd. It's good clen fun... to clean for my taste maybe.

http://www.clubsona.com/intro.htm

http://www.clubstereo.com/main.html

http://www.arianightclub.com/

Bars:

Illume also called Room 1635... Tokyo... Jinxy... Dorcia... Central Station...

Try "Bily Kun" on Mont-Royal street to start one of your nights. Pretty unique spot. Trendy, minimalist... it works. Montreal's best with a touch of central Europe. Did I mention the ostriches heads on the walls???

Restaurants:

St-Laurent street between Sherbrooke and Pines is where you wanna be. Little more expensive but with the fuckin' Xchange rate... what do you care right?

Globe and Primadonna are institutions. Baïla (newly opened) good food very nice decor... Sofia (food is OK but you really go for the staff... and believe me when I say you get your money's worth...).

Anyway man, if you have specifics, let me know. I'll be glad to help. After all, w-e in Montreal is a terrible thing to waste right???

later man

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Originally posted by jonnyb

Hey man,

in terms of hotels I dont know but I sure can point out clubs and restaurants.

3 After-Hours in town

Sona: best for tec. A litle of that undergroud feel. This is the scene. You get the real clubbers, chicks are hot, music is amazing... Gotta go before you leave.

Stereo: Housier. Gets a mixed crowd but is primarilly gay. Best sond system in North America.

Aria. Pretty much same music as Sona (heavy tec fridays and smoother funkyer tec-house saturd

ays + HipHop in 2nd room both nights) but less successfull in terms of getting a quality crowd. It's good clen fun... to clean for my taste maybe.

http://www.clubsona.com/intro.htm

http://www.clubstereo.com/main.html

http://www.arianightclub.com/

Bars:

Illume also called Room 1635... Tokyo... Jinxy... Dorcia... Central Station...

Try "Bily Kun" on Mont-Royal street to start one of your nights. Pretty unique spot. Trendy, minimalist... it works. Montreal's best with a touch of central Europe. Did I mention the ostriches heads on the walls???

Restaurants:

St-Laurent street between Sherbrooke and Pines is where you wanna be. Little more expensive but with the fuckin' Xchange rate... what do you care right?

Globe and Primadonna are institutions. Baïla (newly opened) good food very nice decor... Sofia (food is OK but you really go for the staff... and believe me when I say you get your money's worth...).

Anyway man, if you have specifics, let me know. I'll be glad to help. After all, w-e in Montreal is a terrible thing to waste right???

later man

wow thanks for the info jonnyb, i was going to go to quebec citym but after that update i might change my plans. also u wouldnt happen to know the deal with "club flavors" up in canada would u, like is it hard to get stuff or to bring it up with me?

thanks bro

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