Autumn is here. Along with the falling leaves and the cold weather finally arrives the beginning of the hockey season. Even if we enjoy watching the game from the comfort of our sofa in our condo at The Nordelec, there is nothing like going to a great place with a few friends to have a cold beer while cheering to our favourite team. Here is our top 5 of places where to have your hockey nights this season! GO HABS GO!

le boucanLe Boucan
1186 Notre-Da
me West
514 439-4555

Could there be a better combination than a full rack of delicious homemade pork ribs, a good old whisky and hockey? That’s what you will find at Le Boucan, well known for its smokehouse-inspired menu, its great ambiance… And it’s 60-inch television screen! The Southern-style dishes and the extensive selection of whiskeys will make you want to come back, even on days when the Habs are not playing.

industria brasserie italienneIndustria Brasserie
100 Peel street #112
514-931-4545

Who would have thought that someone could make Italian food rhyme with hockey? Well, the guys over at Industria are doing it and they are doing it well. The head chef, Sergio Mattoscio, brings you a delightful menu of pizza, pasta and sfizi. Of what? You haven’t misread! Sfizi are the Italian version of tapas or sharing plates. So, order a good beer and a couple of sfizi (if you can pronounce it), and cheer for the next goal scored by your team.

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Burgundy Lion
2496 Notre-Dame West
514-934-0888

Does this place actually need an introduction? We know you know it, we know you love it. British beer and Canadian hockey, the best of two nations in one single place. The Burgundy Lion is now an institution in the borough and its great atmosphere is probably the reason for its huge success. That’s why you need to get there early on a game night if you want to make sure you have a seat.

Zibo! GriffintownZibo!
90 Peel street
514-934-4525

A crowd-pleaser menu, great atmosphere and lots of screens to watch the game are all things you will find at the Griffintown branch of Zibo!. To top it all off, Zibo! has a special offer for you to enjoy every Tuesday when the Habs are playing. Add that to this restaurant’s unique personality, a nice bottle of red wine and you have got yourself a success story.

Capture d’écran 2015-11-13 à 11.44.18Grumman ’78 Headquarters
630 de Courcelle
514-290-5125

You and 50 of your friends are looking for a place where to cheer the Habs together, but can’t find anywhere decent or big enough? Look no more and rejoice! Grumman ’78 has more than enough place for you all and, most of all, enough of those unbelievably delicious tacos to satisfy your appetite. But don’t wait until the last minute to reserve your spot! You are not the only one with a passion for hockey and Grumman tacos.

 

 

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