Meeting with business partners and potential clients for business shouldn’t be all about business. In fact, you’ll want to cater your environment to the person you’re meeting with. So whether your meeting is with a low key introvert or a highly expressive extrovert, we’ll find you the perfect Montreal hot spot to take out your business partners.
Montreal Hot Spots #1: Crew Collective
Crew Collective is fairly new on the Montreal coffee scene, having opened up in a bank from the 1920s. The jaw-dropping style and aesthetic charm is only half the attraction to this spot as Crew also doubles as a collective working space and will make a young professional feel right at home. If you need a quiet laid back atmosphere that isn’t offered at a Starbucks, Crew is your go-to.
Montreal Hot Spots #2: Big in Japan
Big In Japan is an experience even before you walk through it’s unmarked red door on Montreal’s St-Laurent boulevard. Once you navigate your way inside, you’re greeted to a minimalistic lounge atmosphere that’s great for some one on one with partners and clients alike. Exploring Big In Japan’s out-of-the ordinary asian alcohols will make the meeting memorable.
Montreal Hot Spots #3: La Queue de Cheval
La Queue de Cheval is definitely the priciest option in this list, and for good reason. Heralded as one of Montreal’s premier steakhouses, it’s garnered itself something of a reputation as the spot to bring high profile business clients. If you can get a meal expensed at Queue de Cheval, expense, your business partner will love you for it.
Montreal Hot Spots #4: Wunderbar
Wunderbar at The W Hotel is perfect for when your day runs late but you still need to meet with a business partner. An elegant mix of sci-fi and new age design, Wunderbar caters to a more mature crowd that you won’t find populating many of Montreal’s popular lounge-bars.
Montreal Hot Spots #5: A Canadiens Game
When in Montreal do as Montrealers do, and Montrealers do hockey. Being in the presence of over 24,000 fans in Montreal’s Bell Center is an electric experience, one your partner won’t soon forget whether they’re a hockey fan or not. Intermissions give you a chance to get down to brass tacks, in an environment that will make you feel invigorated. A bit of adrenaline never hurt anyone.