Best Place to watch the Habs game DT??
Well my first time in Mtl and I have been a big Habs fan all my life....I was hoping to catch the game, but they are playing in Ottawa that night. Where is the best place to watch the game DT? I think I will be staying at the Omni. Are there some good strip clubs nearby that will have the game playing?
I'm not sure you'll get DT (surely not on huge screens) in strip clubs (SCs) downtown Mtl. It's being a while I haven't had a look at downtown's Mtl SCs, but from the last time I visited them (over 6months and +), the ones closer to Omni had small TVs and they were not DT: they are all on Ste Catherine -> Super Sexe (in front of Les Ailes de la Mode)...not far from the corner of University...then a bit further on your way to the Old Paramount Cinema and passed that cinema, you have a bunch of them such: Downtown, the one next to Downtown, another one right in front of the Old Paramount cinema..etc
Originally Posted by Al Bundy
Club Wandas 1310 De Maisonneuve West Corner of De La Montagne & De Maisonneuve -> I recall seeing small non DT TVs there...but they've probably changed their TVs by now).
PS: I would personally go to a Peel Pub or places where you can play pools... downtown Mtl to watch the hab's games
(they generally have huge DTvs).
Last edited by montreal_monk01; 10-15-2007 at 09:54 AM.
Watching the game in a stripclub? That'd be about it:watching it with no sound! None I know have a big screen, only small TV behind the bar or stuck in a corner.
Sorry can't help!
I don't like to combine the two activities, here's what I recommend: go watch the game at the Cage au Sports at the Bell Centre
then hit up Chez Paree on your way back
The best place to watch a habs game is on DVD...as long as the DVD is of a habs game from the 50s, 60s or 70s.
or 1980's (1986 Stanley Cup Champions)
Originally Posted by joelcairo
or 1990's (1993 Stanley Cup Champions)
or 2000's (2007/2008 Stanley Cup Champions )
Not strip joints, but:
Peel Pub has big screen TVs, but is usually crowded
Dunn's has some TVs, is usually empty, and is open 24/7