18 Best Montreal Bachelor Party Ideas (Where Everyone Stays Dressed Up)

Montreal is an intriguing option for bachelor parties, there’s no denying it.

It’s not uncommon for herds of men from all over the world to visit the city for a few days of drinks, food and events before saying their “I do”.

And yes, Montreal is also known for having a racy bachelor party scene, maybe why that’s so popular.

But, there’s a side to Montreal bachelor party life that doesn’t include seedy strip clubs and sleazy spots. The team can still have a memorable bachelor party experience, while everyone’s clothes remain.

Here’s an itinerary of things to do for bachelor parties, hotels to stay in, places to eat, and fun spots for a few drinks.

Things to do for a bachelor party

Jetboat Saute-Moutons

Get ready for the thrills of the wedding as you approach the historic St. Lawrence River. From gentle to wild, jet boating over the top of the rapids is a truly wild adventure.

We just recommend doing it BEFORE the beers at the bachelor party (probably not a good hangover idea either).

Craft Beer Tour

You’ve got your buds, how about some foam?

The Montreal Craft Beer Tour is exactly what it sounds like. The tour takes groups to three different breweries and several craft beer samples. The tour teaches guests all about the brewing process and how to pair different beers with different foods.

It’s not enough to get you drunk but it’s a great appetizer to start the night (or day).

Mont Royal

It’s not just about partying, guys. You are in Montreal and checking out the mountain of the same name is a must.

Take some photos with the guys and enjoy arguably the best view in town.

Stogies Cigar Lounge

Cigars and bachelor parties form a beautiful tandem. At Stogies, relax on the elevated deck overlooking Crescent Street or light up inside the dark and cozy bar for some stogies with the guys.

Stogies offers a large selection of imported Dominican and Cuban cigars, an impressive martini list, and several televisions.

Rage Ax Throw

Maybe you and the guys need to get rid of some pre-wedding stressors?

Rage Ax Throwing teaches customers proper ax throwing techniques. It’s a great way to kill a few hours, exercise, and blow off some steam.

A/Maze: Escape Game in Montreal

Heck, you’ve escaped the single life before, so why not try getting out of an escape room?

A/Maze has locations all over Montreal and parties can book exclusive rooms and try their hand at breaking out of a lab, prison, submarine, lost temple and more. Again.

Plus, you can see which of your friends are Actually useful before you get married.


Part of what makes Montreal so popular when it comes to bachelor parties is the excess of tasty dining options. Here are a few places that are perfect for hosting large crowds and serving up some damn good meals.

Restaurant Beatrice

Right in the heart of downtown, Beatrice is an indoor-outdoor option that includes a private upper level and garden terrace, while specializing in Italian cuisine.

Heck, you might even change your mind and go for the wedding there…


A Montreal landmark, Milos offers Greek cuisine in a private setting for up to 30 people.

It’s a good place for a hearty lunch or a more sophisticated dinner option.

Toyo Japanese Steakhouse

Toyo is a fun place with a large group. It’s a Japanese prix-fixe teppanyaki-style place with table-side chefs grilling all kinds of meats and vegetables.

Sate Brothers

This Singaporean street food spot is cozy, tasty and can accommodate large groups of guys before a night out.

Schwartz’s Deli

You can’t come to Montreal without trying Schwartz’s Deli. It’s not a great place to dine, but say you want a quick lunch or a much-needed hangover cure, Schwartz’s is your go-to spot.

at Gibby’s

In the heart of Old Montreal, Gibby’s is a world-famous steakhouse that seats up to 40 guests (in case you’re really having the bachelor party) and offers absolutely decadent steaks you can cut with a knife. butter.



If you and the gang are looking for a good watering hole that can accommodate large groups, Flyjin – the Japanese fusion izakaya club – is a hip club that has DJs, exposed brickwork and a strong vibe in the always popular Old Montreal.

The Vault

Housed in a 1920s bank vault, this high-ceilinged hotspot hosts DJs, burlesque shows, and offers reasonably priced bottle service when the boys want to go big.


This loft-style bar has 15 pool tables, foosball and light snacks in case your team wants a drink somewhere spacious, but a little more laid back.


Hotel 10

Hotel 10 is perhaps the best located accommodation for stag parties. Adjacent to the Plateau and downtown, Hotel 10 is within walking distance to party spots, cafes, restaurants, 24-hour eateries, and venues.

W Hotel Montreal

This chic, upscale hotel is a solid choice for bachelor parties who might want to be pampered. It has an excellent bar, sophisticated lounge and spa offerings.

Hyatt Regency Montreal

If you’re heading to Montreal for a BP in the summer, the Hyatt might be your best bet. Located in the heart of the Quartier des Spectacles, you would be a stone’s throw from the Jazz Festival, Just for Laughs, shops, restaurants, cafes and bars.

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