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Popping a bottle of bubbly is all about making a statement. Maison Saint-Paul takes it to the next level, using a sabre to get its point across!
A chic urban champagne resto-bar and nightclub in Old Montréal, Maison Saint-Paul is an original sabering bar with a long list of over 100 private imports for all tastes and budgets. And they’ll lend you a sabre to slash open your own bottle!
While the essence of champagne may scream posh, the atmosphere at the Maison Saint-Paul is refined, but casual. Fresh and bright, it offers a lively setting to enjoy bubbles any day of the week.
Chef Jacques Coutu serves up high-end cuisine to match sophisticated sippers. The menu changes regularly, offering exclusive eats, such as grilled octopus, duck, poutine with foie gras and filet mignon, prepared with fresh, local ingredients.
The ever-popular Sabre Wednesdays features half-price private import champers. Raw Bar Thursdays serves up an impressive weekly selection of seafood, including ceviche, sea urchin, whelks, royal crab and more. Plus, the Saint-Paul street patio with a view of the Bonsecours market is the perfect spot to sip away summer evenings with friends. Last but not least, Djs set a bubbly beat for a champagne-filled night out on Fridays and Saturdays, when Maison Saint-Paul truns into a happening nightclub!
Sun, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, 5 p.m. to 3 a.m.
Closed: Dec 25 and Jan 1.
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