Best place to watch the game downtown

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  1. Guess

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    Hey guys,

    I'm going to be downtown to watch the game tomorrow with some friends and would like to know the best places to watch the game. We usually watch it at les 3 Brasseurs but it's hard to hear the game there and their TVs are pretty small or they have the sound set abysmally low.

    I know about Cage aux Sports and Station des Sports, but those places serve pretty much junk food. Are there any places around there that have good food & a good hockey viewing atmosphere?

    Thanks in advance!
     
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    Stock bar or Station des sports , both are on St-catherine
     
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    http://www.restomisto.com/en/Home.aspx

    Used to work there, call in advance to see if they still show the games and to reserve a table.

    Best food in Montreal in the 20-30$ range ( without wine which can go up to 500$ ).

    ( no sound though 100% sure of it )
     
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    jaffy27 From Russia wth Pain

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    Champs on St-Laurent is nice, really fun atmosphere
     
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    Peel pub, Sharx..
     
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    Irish Embassy would be a good place.
     
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    This is more of what I was looking for. Does it have a good atmosphere to watch the game? I also heard McLean's pub is decent?
     
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    jaffy27 From Russia wth Pain

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    Hey, you from Fredericton??
     
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    It's nice but it can get loud with the TVs and people talking. Altough people will cheer when the Habs score. I haven't been on other days than Saturday so I don't know how if tomorrow will be similar.

    I currently live in Freddy, yes.
     
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    Thanks everyone! I appreciate all of your feedback.

    Go Habs Go!
     
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    jaffy27 From Russia wth Pain

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    I should make my location YOW/YUL,
    You can take me out of Montreal but you can't take Montreal outa me, cheers man
     
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    No sound? Who would want to watch a game there?
     
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    I always enjoy it when I watch the games at Peel Pub. Cheap beer, good atmosphere. Place gets packed though so get there early.

    These days I always go to reggie's, the Concordia bar. Amazing if you're a student it gets hella rowdy
     
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    I feel the same way. There seems to be a trend away from hockey sound in Toronto bars. Do most Mtl bars show games with sound?
     
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    Reggies is the best. So cheap and lots of fun.
     

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