Make your way to the corner of St. Vincent and St. Amable, find the secret entry, rind the door bell, and hopefully the door attendant will let you in.
This is how you will be greeted at the latest edition in Montreal’s ever evolving cocktail scene – The Cold Room.
Housed by an actual vintage cold room (built in 1877), the Bar itself pays tribute to its roots by offering an industrial style bar, with original steel beams and brick walls, sophisticated trimmings in leather sofas, varnished bar tops and custom stools.
“This bar is all about being a bartender’s playground, from the moment you enter to the moment you leave your in the Bartenders world”, says principle owner and cocktail enthusiast Kevin Demers, “our cocktail program incorporates traditional techniques with modern day ones, while our ice program adds another element that is rarely seen in Montreal cocktail bars.”
Aside from a stellar cocktail menu, The Cold Room also offers a small food menu that consists of cured meats, cheeses, marinades and other yummy things.
Guests will be allowed to “build their own platters” giving you a custom experience.
An extra addition to this already epic spot is live entertainment which is still being held quite secretive for now.
All you have to do now is just #FollowTheDuck.
The Cold Room
Where: Corner of St. Vincent and St. Amable
When: Sunday to Wednesday 6 pm until 1 am, Thursday to Saturday 6 pm until 3 am