Duration: 4 hours
Location: Quartier des Spectacles, Chinatown and Downtown Montreal
Due to government regulations, we are taking the necessary precautions to minimize the risk of infection of COVID-19, we will be prioritizing small private tours at this time. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements.
Only available upon request or for groups.
Transportation is included during the tour.
We will email you all the details once you have booked the tour.
Guided by an expert mixologist, you will have the chance to discover three unique cocktail bars in the heart of the city and also visit a micro-distillery with a professional distiller. See things from the perspective of the distiller making the alcohol to the mixologist mixing your drink while also giving you insights and a perspective of how alcohol and bar culture have shaped and been shaped over history through topics like tiki, prohibition, the Red Light District, bootlegging, the Bronfman’s, religion, state regulation, flare and new trends in mixology. Through it all, you will have drinks to sip and even a demo on mixing.
This tour is festive, looks at the underbelly of history and takes you to truly unique places. Learn new techniques to up your cocktail game, have a good time and bottoms up!
The tours are held rain, shine, or snow. In the event of inclement weather, we will be able to go inside many of the establishments on the tour. We also provide ponchos in case of sudden weather changes or if you do not have your own umbrella. However, we advise to check the weather conditions for your days event and dress appropriately.
We absolutely do! We can accommodate a variety of special requests (family reunions, Birthday parties, out of town guests, corporate, conventions, festivals, parades, grand openings and more).
Please call us at 514-812-2003 to discuss what type of event you would like to have.
You should bring with you a camera and a small bottle of water.
When it’s really hot out, we recommend an application of sunscreen on exposed parts of the body and a lightweight pair of sunglasses.
During the cooler seasons, it’s important to wear an extra layer of clothing and consider bringing gloves.
If it looks like rain we can provide you with a plastic rain poncho.
Since every tour involves moving to several locations wearing comfortable footwear is highly recommended.
Gratuities are greatly appreciated, although not mandatory. The standard gratuity in the service industry is 15%-20%.
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