Head east along rue Ste-Catherine to enjoy the colorful Gay Village—you’ll know you’ve arrived when you’re amid a sea of pretty pink balls and rainbow flags hung in the streets. It’s developing a bit of a reputation for fine dining as of late, though it’s still mainly known as a place for late-night partying.
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Once a men-only establishment, Le Stud has been known to let in some women. A small dance floor and trance music have brought in a whole different crowd. It's packed most nights.
Co-owner Alexandre Baldwin named the bar not only after the tiny pharmacy that once occupied this building but also after his grandmother, who worked there—her portrait hangs on the creamy white wall and the downstairs area retains some features from those days. Drinks are served in old-fashioned syrup bottles and milk jugs, and chairs made from scotch barrels add rustic charm. You can sip on a refreshing bourbon punch (there's a great selection of whisky here) as you peruse the menu, which includes some upscale comfort foods—the grilled cheese is delectable.
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