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This is a fun place to check out. Huge selection of whisky. You can also get other types of alcohol including beer though obviously that's not what they specialize in.
There is a cigar room as well where you can buy cigars to smoke indoors,...More
Organised in advance from Melbourne, Aust to celebrate a great friends birthday with a super group of people went way better than planned. The Whisky Cafe lived up to expectations...we were treated by Elian & Charles with such professionalism & charm it made being there...More
On overwhelming selection of fine scotches, whiskeys, bourbons, and much more.
Their samplers make it easy to discover new delicious fine aged liquors. Made me feel like a fine whiskey connaisseur with out even being one. They bring out a card with the names and...More
The first time we went by accident, the second time by choice. The fish and chips were very good, and the nachos were sinfully good. The staff was very friendly and bilingual. There is an excellent selection of beer on tap.
Great choices...very pricy...cozy place good for a date or calm atmosphere...but if u ever get served by 2 guys in mid 40s just run out cuz u will be disappointed.Angry waiters, not happy ti be there at all, no communication no conviviality....thx never again.
The description of livelifemtl is quite accurate. Nice cosy place. Lot of high quality alcohol, a bit of food but you won't take a full meal there. Situated in the northen side the mile-end, so a trendy place. Cigar lounge, one of the two than...More
Whiskey cafe is a Montreal experience not to be missed, especially if you appreciate a nice drink and/or a cigar in a classy atmosphere. The drinks selection is excellent and the bartender makes a killer Mojito. The food selection is simple and delicious. The cheeses,...More
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