3956A, boulevard Saint-Laurent, Montreal, QC, H2W 1Y3
Blizzarts used to be a nondescript storefront on the part of the St. Laurent thoroughfare that's genuinely hip rather than trendy. Now, it's one of the hottest little bars in town.
|Ambiance |||Discothèques, Bars disco, Lounge|
|Type de musique |||House, Électronique|
|Paiement |||Guichet automatique sur place, Argent comptant|
|Quartier |||Plateau Mont-Royal|
|Se rendre |||St-Laurent Metro|
|Intersection |||Rue Bagg|
|Seven days a week 9PM-3AM|
Profil Dernière mise-à-jour: 04 mars 2008
Blizzarts used to be a nondescript storefront on the part of the St. Laurent thoroughfare that's genuinely hip rather than trendy. Now, it's one of the hottest little bars in town, and you'd be hard pressed to find a seat in here on a Friday or Saturday night. Which is fine, because if you're at Blizzarts, you'd rather dance, dance, dance.
Bump and Grind
In the afternoons, Blizzarts is a place to hang back, chill out and watch passers-by flaunt what their mamas gave them up and down the Main. When the DJs start around 10 p.m., the kettle really starts to boil. Their Dancehall Night is the best in the city, with more bump and grind every week than the week before. And just to set foot in the place on that night says you want trouble. With different music every night, the bar offers a little something for every taste: for example, Mondays are dedicated to rock'n roll, Wednesdays to reggae and Saturdays to electronic.
Like the Artwork? You Can Buy It!
The Blizzarts' staff is art-obssessed, as such the bar is also an art gallery. The scenery changes every month, with a growing roster of local talent that names Blizzarts as the gallery that gave them their break. Finally, if the bar offers the most famous beers, it is however mostly specialized in cocktails.