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This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure policy. Montreal is known for its welcoming and diverse people, vibrant gay nightlife, and beautiful architecture. Also, poutine. The Montreal Gay Village is easy to spot and even easier to differentiate from the rest of the city. Named unsurprisingly exactly what it is, Gay Village Montreal is full of restaurants, shops, bars, nightclubs, hotels, street performers, beautiful art, and surprises around every corner.
Stepping onto Sainte-Catherine Street is like leaving the regular world and entering gay world yes, that was a Mean Girls reference. Upon stepping onto the street, you will see over , rainbow balls strung above your head, spanning the 1km stretch that makes up the Montreal Gay Village. From April until September, this colorful stretch of Ste-Catherine street is closed down to vehicle traffic, meaning the street fills with vibrant people, patios, and street performers.
The daytime scene will take you from half naked models in storefront windows to rich daytime patio scenes, full of French and English speaking patrons.
You can even purchase and bring your own wine to some of the patios to be served to you! Rose, all day. Once the evening hits, bar and club goers will fill the Montreal Gay Village, bringing the vibrant gay nightlife scene alive.
The gay strippers come out to play, the DJs arrive, and the club dwellers come to party until the early hours of the morning. The Gay Village is super easy to get to. Traffic in the summer can be a nightmare thanks to the amount of construction happening throughout the city, so I found the metro to be the easiest way to get there.