Various locations | Website
This baby has the full-meal deal of Caesars, literally. There’s a whole Caesar menu featuring offerings from the humble classic to the outright outlandish! For the whole shebang, go ahead and order L’Gros César.
3581, Saint-Laurent Blvd. | Website
The Triad Caesar at SUWU, a beautifully designed bistro-bar on the Main at the corner of Prince-Arthur, is a handsome variation on the classic that features your choice of either vodka, gin, bourbon or tequila and some SUWU house ceasar mix!
John Michael's Pub
458, Place Jacques-Cartier | Website
John Michael's Pub is the place to go for happy hour to drink one of their Bloody Caesar's. The JMP is filled with classic ingredients, such as vodka and clamato juice, but also includes some olives, celery, steak spices and bacon. Cheers!
5669, de Monkland Avenue | Website
Lucille’s Seafood Bloody Caesar doubles as an appetizer: it comes piled high with fresh-from-the-sea goodies, including a fresh-shucked oyster, a jumbo shrimp, clam and a crab leg. The flavourings of the drink itself are perfectly measured – just the right briny saltiness, just the right spicy kick. Go wild and order other goodies from the raw bar to go with it, or go classic and order the knockout wedge salad followed by lobster roll and home-cut fries.
408, Saint-François-Xavier Street | Website
TV chef Chuck Hughes has a small kingdom in Old Montréal, but his first restaurant remains a go-to hole-in-the-wall for a fun, hopping evening. The blackboard menu features tonnes of seasonal treats, try their everlasting attractions : the splendid Caesar.