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rue Crescent, Between rue de la Montagne and rue Bishop, Montreal, QC, Canada, H3G 2C1
Traditionally the center of Montreal's anglophone bar and restaurant scene, Crescent Street also attracts the majority of tourists looking for a night out. The best-known stretch begins at Sherbrooke Street, where you will find the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, and runs south to the Bell Centre. Along this strip you will find everything from haute French cuisine at Les Halles to Russian fusion at Troika. Nightlife ranges from the quieter pints available at Hurley's and Brutopia to the city's most shameless pick-up scene at Winnie's.
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