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1449 Rue Crescent
Montreal, QC H3G 2B2

(514) 281-5320

Rating: 3 out of 5 stars (58 reviews) Average Rating Over Time
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Hours: 10a-3a daily
Status: Open
Payment Methods: Cash


It seems like Thursday's has been here forever, spreading its cheer to several generations of bar goers, especially younger businessmen. This is an excellent place to jump-start an evening of prolonged partying. Service is friendly and the food is good pub grub. For those settling in for the evening, there are pool tables as well as a small balcony terrace facing Rue Crescent. Or you can enjoy...
by wcitiesca on September 17, 2011 from wcitiesca


Great times at Thursdays!: I went to Thursday's when I was visiting from Toronto and had an amazing time with friends and family. Upstairs is the bar area and downstairs is the nightclub..we had such a great time we came two nights in a row!
Rated 5 stars by Angela on January 14, 2011

Editorial Reviews

A prime watering hole for Montréal's young, professional set. The pubby bar spills out onto a terrace that hangs over the street, and there's a glittery disco in back. It's voted "Best Pick-Up Spot" year after year by the Montréal Mirror, which quips that Thursday's "gets more people laid than Craigslist."
by frommersca on August 04, 2012 from frommersca
Gayot: A prime watering hole for young professionals in the trendiest district of Montreal.
Rated 3 stars by Gayot on January 14, 2012 from urbanspoon
Mobil Travel Guide: Located in the popular l'Hotel de la Montagne, along with a piano bar and discotheque, this restaurant serves cuisine...
by Mobil Travel Guide on January 14, 2012 from urbanspoon
You have died and gone to cougar heaven. Scary, perhaps, but it ain't boring. This meat market bar is past it's best before date -it's been around forever and so have its patrons. Seedy businessmen prey upon what may or may not be women who may or may not be looking to make a buck. It's a crapshoot -one that p@!%!d up students and tourists often fall victim to. The decor is straight out of...
by blackbookmag on October 28, 2011 from blackbookmag
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