The Quartier général du Festival, located at the Cœur des sciences de l’UQAM, is the pulsating heart of the Festival, the place to meet artists and other festivalgoers. Join in the fun. Come and chat, drink, eat and boogie! During the day the QG is home to the Meet the Artists discussions. At night after the performances, audience and artists alike come together to finish the evening in a relaxed atmosphere.
A few blocks from Monument National is Montreal’s Chinatown, with small shops full of surprises and several Asian restaurants and the Foodlab's popular 5@10 Aperitivo, for a unique culinary experience.
The warm atmosphere of the Café de l’Usine C will charm even the most demanding guests. Close by, on St-Catherine East, experience the supperclub Le Saloon, a busy restaurant of the Village that offers a “western-fusion cuisine” and fantastic cocktails. Opposite Théâtre Prospero is another fine restaurant, Le Barroso, with a menu of tasty grilled meats and fish. For an artistic and bohemian ambience, try Touski, located near L’Espace Libre.
The Billy Kun is on Mont Royal Avenue, a stone’s throw from the Conservatoire. It is one of the most popular bars in Montreal, famous for its live music shows (classical, jazz and electro), and one of the very few bars to serve authentic absinth.
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