Mont-Tremblant Nightlife

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Most Recent Nightlife in Mont-Tremblant

  • Bar Café D'Epoque: Best place to party in Tremblant!

    by PartyRock21 Written Aug 25, 2011
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    If you want to be where all the action is then this is the spot. This place gets crazy and blows the doors off any other bar on the mountain. The bartenders are super nice...and hot too. All the bartenders dance on the bar and sometimes they sing...its like something out of a movie.

    The DJ's play the latest music and they were happy to take request from us. There is a dance cage on each floor, and girls are fighting to dance in the one behind the DJ booth.....that thing gets packed with girls trying to get in the spotlight. This place is a TRUE nightclub, not just a bar. Most people looked to be around 18-25

    Dress Code: No dress code, but everyone is looks good

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    • School Holidays
    • Music
    • Singles

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    Les Rhythmes Tremblant

    by coollikethat Written Aug 25, 2004

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    Les Rythmes Tremblant is a summer outdoor music festival on each weekend in the summer featuring a different genre of music each weekend. We were there for the Folk festival. During the day and in the evenings, enjoy listening to an outdoor concert by local musicians.

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    • Spa and Resort
    • Music
    • Festivals

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    La Forge Bar: Popular après-ski favorite

    by amsterdam_vallon Updated Nov 24, 2003

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    Few places in Tremblant are located in the midst of the action more than this popular après-ski favorite. Indeed, hordes of ski-bunnies and daredevils meet up at the bar, where a variety of regionally-influenced appetizers and entrées checker the menu. Grab a stool and take in the homey interior – hardwood floors, rustic wood accents and immaculate stonework. If you’ve got something a little more intimate in mind, try to land one of the bistro-style tables, most of which offer fabulous views of Mont-Tremblant or the always-a-bustle Place Saint-Bernard. The soup served in a homemade breadbowl is not to be missed. An astounding array of beer is always on tap, and the skilled bartenders pride themselves on being able to set you up with any cocktail you desire.

    Sun-Thu 11am-10pm, Fri-Sat 11am-11pm
    No cover

    Dress Code: Smart Casual
    Trendy / Stylish

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    • Study Abroad
    • School Holidays

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    Le P'tit Caribou: Where the legends party

    by amsterdam_vallon Updated Nov 24, 2003

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    Party Hard

    Le P'tit Caribou, the most famous ski bar east of the Mississippi, likes to call itself the bar "where the legends party." That's true, but it could also go by "the bar where girls get topless and dance on the bar at least once a week." If that's not good enough, try "the most beer consumed per square foot in North America," or "the watering hole for Quebec's best freeskiers."
    Amazingly enough, all those slogans are true. Which makes for serious bragging rights and a stacked resume for Le P'tit Caribou, probably the East Coast's best ski bar.

    Le P'tit Caribou sports a style that falls somewhere between seedy and antique. But the Caribou is hardly going for a high-brow feel, which is just what people want when they get serious about drinking.

    Ambiance:
    Beautiful People
    Dives
    Enter at own Risk
    Frat House

    Daily 8:30pm-3am
    No cover

    Dress Code: Drinking in your ski clothes may leave you overdressed compared to the female customers who frequently end up dancing on the bar topless!!!

    Casual
    Smart Casual
    Trendy / Stylish

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    • Study Abroad
    • School Holidays

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    Microbrasserie de la Diable: A cool brewpub

    by amsterdam_vallon Written Nov 24, 2003

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    A cool brewpub located in the heart of View-Tremblant, La Diable is a favorite of Tremblant's younger crowd. Boasting a comfortable bar area and classy-if-reserved décor, the place has the look and feel of a Euro-style pub. In the warmer months, it's fun to head out to the patio area, take in the view and enjoy their pub-grub: salads, pastas, burgers and a few hot and cold sandwiches. At night, get bolder and sample each of their six home-brews - the red Diablo and aptly named Double Noire are favorites - or even "warm up" to a single malt scotch.

    Daily 11:30am-close
    No cover

    Dress Code: Casual attire is appropriate.

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    • School Holidays
    • Study Abroad

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    Octobar Rock: Tremblant’s hippest, most jumping nightspot

    by amsterdam_vallon Written Nov 24, 2003

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    This popular bar/dance club parties well into the night, with hordes of stylishly-clad pretty young things shaking their moneymakers to the latest pop and club hits. The high, vaulted ceiling creates interesting acoustics and makes the music seem that much louder; meanwhile, the skilled bartenders mix up some of the Resort Village’s most potent concoctions.

    Seasonally 8:30pm-3am
    No cover

    Dress Code: Smart Casual
    Trendy / Stylish

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    • Study Abroad
    • School Holidays

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