MontrealX – FAQ

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The legal drinking age is 18, making Montreal one of the lowest drinking ages in North America!

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Entry into Canada: Canadian law requires that all persons entering Canada carry both proof of citizenship and proof of identity. A valid U.S. passportpassport card, or NEXUS card satisfies these requirements for U.S. citizens. Children under 16 need only present proof of U.S. citizenship

A visa is not required for U.S. citizens for a stay in Canada of up to 180 days. Anyone with a criminal record (including a DWI/DUI charge) may be excluded or removed from Canada, and should contact the Canadian Embassy or nearest Canadian consulate before travel.


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Quebec is the province (the equivalent of a State) where the city of Montreal is located.

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All the hotels MontrealX suggests to it’s clients are strategically located in the heart of downtown Montreal, so everything in the downtown area – nightclubs, restaurants, and strip clubs – is accessible either traveling by foot or short cab ride.

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Even though Montreal is the 2nd largest French speaking city after Paris, most Montreal residents, are at least bilingual and speak English and French.

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  1. Montreal has close to 5000 restaurants, which consist of 80+ different regional and national cuisines. Per capita, we are second only to New York City for the number of restaurants.
  2. Montreal has over 300 bars, clubs, and pubs, which makes Montreal’s nightlife one of the best in the world.
  3. Montreal has over 50 strip clubs, peep shows, and erotic massage parlors, making Montreal’s nightlife one of the most liberal in North America.
  4. Strippers at Strip Clubs  work top and bottomless. Contact dancing is legal in Montreal.
  5. Our legal drinking age is 18, making Montreal’s nightlife very accessible and all nightlife establishments serving alcohol stay open until 3 AM.
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Crescent (between René-Levesque and Sherbrooke) – Tons of bars, restaurants, and many street-festivals during summertime.

Sainte Catherine (between Atwater and St-Hubert) – Lots of shopping, strip clubs, nightclubs and after-hours clubs

Saint Laurent (between Rene-Levesque and Mont-Royal)- the half point in the city, where the civic addresses meet at 0, where an invisible line historically separates English Montreal (West) and French Montreal (East).- Lots of trendy restaurants, shopping, and night clubs.

Saint Denis (between René-Levesque and Mont-Royal)- the Francophone “Crescent” equivalent

The Old Port (Metro Champ-de-Mars or Places D’Armes)- History and European influence abound; masses of cafes, restaurants, theatres, boutique hotels, and tons of daytime activities to enjoy.

Sherbrooke Street (between St-Hubert and Atwater) – Once the wealthiest street in North America- plenty of hotels, banks universities, and industrial main offices.

The Gay Village (East of St-Hubert street)

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After hour clubs will let you party all night and typically don’t close until midday.

No Alcohol.

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Club / bars – min $1 per drink
Restaurants – min 15%

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During a private dance at a contact strip club the performer will keep her bottom on (thong, g-string, mini skirt…you get the point) and will allow the guest to touch her body with their hands only. Clients are not allowed to attempt penetration or touch the performer where she is covering her body.

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For a private dance at Montreal’s non-contact strip clubs, the performers strip and dance in the nude and have the option of giving the client a lap dance or an up-close bed dance (where the dancer lies on a bed and dances for you). The performer will be completely nude during a private dance and the client must keep their hands to themselves. And NO, clients cannot strip.

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Montreal has both contact and no contact strip clubs. The names are a little misleading, but basically really depend on the person’s preference of club. Nothing illegal goes on at either of the clubs.

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Unlike strip clubs in the United States, tipping the girls here is not required. It is appreciated, but not mandatory. The girls here dance on stage to showcase themselves. If you find one that appeals to you (well, all will probably appeal to you!), you ask her to get a private dance. Private dances cost ~10$CAD each. Quite a bargain compared to Toronto strip clubs and New York strip clubs.