Enjoy Irish culture in Montreal

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Posted March 13, 2013 by Vacay in Deal of The Day

vicky vacay deal of the dayTravel Deal for March 13, 2013

Montreal’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade is the longest running event of its kind in Canada. While the city is obviously known for its French heritage, the Irish have long been a part of the community in Quebec’s largest city. This year why not mix French romance, Irish culture and exceptional cuisine together as you head to Montreal for this year’s parade?

Stay at Le Saint Sulpice Hotel Montreal and take advantage of the Epicurean Package, where you can savour a gastronomic experience at Sinclair restaurant with someone you love. The contemporary French cuisine by Chef Stelio Perombelon offers modern flavours in an elegant setting.

This opportunity starts at $299 a night and is available until April 30, 2013.

Package includes:

  • One night in a luxurious Superior Suite
  • Continental breakfast
  • One ‘Signature’ cocktail at lobby bar
  • Four course dinner at Sinclair restaurant (gratuity included, beverages not included)

Vacay.ca Recommends Hurley’s Irish Pub in Montreal

Don’t think for a second that the fun is over when the parade ends. After an evening of romance at Le Saint Sulpice Hotel Montreal and a day at the parade make sure you pay a visit to Hurley’s Irish Pub, named one of the Vacay.ca best Irish pubs in Canada. Food Columnist Janine MacLean wrote about her experiences at Hurley’s in her article “St. Patrick’s Day in Canada Countdown, Edition 7.”

MacLean:Open since 1993 and named for the owner William Hurley, Hurley’s boasts that it has sold more Guinness than any other bar in North America. A hefty claim since they have a whopping 18 beers as well as Guinness on tap, but from what we’ve heard it’s believable if you’ve been to this place on a Saturday night. They offer live music every day of the week as well as a full menu of hearty pub favourites like “Irish Mist” Lamb Stew ($15.50) and Bailey’s Cheesecake ($6.25).

Hurley’s may be a favourite watering hole for some notable people like Great Big Sea’s Alan Doyle, but they don’t have big heads about it. The staff and patrons are welcoming and quick to invite you over to their table to join them for a pint. The worst thing about this pub? It’s far too easy to drink here all night, making for a potentially nasty hangover the next morning (but it’s worth it).

Click here to read the entire article.

To book with Le Saint Sulpice Hotel Montreal: Click here, or call 1-866-811-1345.


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