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A very unique and eclectic neighborhood of Montreal and easily walkable. The mix of shops and Just as a matter of some 'historic' significance, the acceptance of gay people has brought a few We had diner at some local nice over priced pizzeria at the corner of Amherst Street.
We went there and enjoyed a couple of drinks at some Sky Bar and Club We spent like a couple of 4 hours there, but boy we were bothered by some drug sellers close and around Beaudry area, and then around some street by St.
Andre and the Uqam Area where our Hotel was located. The balls on our heads are colourful enough paving the street for beggars and street junkies possibly on crystal meth. I don't know what kind of a city Montreal is tolerating such garbage and "unsafe" situations. I mean the junkies are practically comfortable coming up to us and begging for money and there was no police in site. We just ignored such harasments and walkedaway. It bothered me personally. No the kind of thing you see in other cities and similar gay villages.
This area lacked class, and class! Watch your pockets, thieves are around our friend's phone was stolen that evening. There are no shops. Even though we were there after there were plenty of empty shops collecting dust and a couple of closed buildings!!
Plenty of Terraces on the street but kind of ordinary. We stopped at "Renard" a bar, but was packed and small. We peaked at "L'aigle noir" dark and smelly and a karaoke Joint by the name of Club Date. We had great fun there at the Club Date. From the looks of it overall, this area caters for the granola degenerate kind of people and quite openly caters to drug addicts and dealers, alcoholics, beggars and male prostitution it is obvious all around you especially in some dead areas along this street Avoid contact with stranger trying to be nice to you, because at the end of it all they want is money.