|Ambiance |||Adultes seulement, Discothèques, Musiciens sur place, Quartier, Bars d'université|
|Type de musique |||Hip-Hop et rap, R&B, Rock et pop, Techno, Francophone, Funk, soul et R&B|
|Paiement |||Argent comptant|
|Quartier |||Plateau Mont-Royal|
|Se rendre |||Mont-Royal Metro|
|Intersection |||Between Gilford and Mont Royal|
Profil Dernière mise-à-jour: 30 avril 2008
The most notable thing about Au Diable Vert is its red decor. The colour red symbolizes heat and fire. It is the colour of blood and the symbol to stop. In other words, it is not a relaxing colour. Yet, somehow the staggering use of a single colour, for everything from lights and walls to tables and booths, is actually soothing, while conveying the party time ambience of the club. As much as it feels like you have descended into the underworld, the upbeat music and sociable crowd will remind you that you are probably closer to heaven.
A friendly staff tends the bars, and they are encouraged to mix it up with the partying masses. Au Diable Vert features mostly local drafts and has different drink specials every night. Tuesday nights they host a very popular ladies night. The comfortable setting manages to seem both mellow and wicked.
Although the name implies sin and hedonism, this popular Plateau nightclub is friendly and relaxed. Serving a mixed clientele since 1998, Au Diable Vert features two full bars and one shooter bar. The front area boasts plenty of seats, where you can talk with your friends and interesting strangers. A dance floor in the back provides a space where you can dance the night away to a DJ-spun mix of rock music, hip-hop, techno and musique francophone.