Sexy burlesque, great food, delicious cocktails, and incredible music await you.
One of February’s most significant nightclub events in Old Montreal that you will want to attend is the sixth anniversary of Bord’Elle Boutique Bar & Eatery. Over the past six years, Bord’Elle has become one of Montreal’s hottest supper clubs due to the sheer beauty of its décor, its attractive staff, and, of course, the beautiful people it attracts. On Thursday, February 23rd, Bord’Elle invites you to join the service industry and its regulars to celebrate this important milestone.
The best way to get into Bord’Elle’s anniversary party or any other weekend or event is to make reservations through Montrealnightlife.com or you can call or text them at 438-995-6496 . They will help you skip any lineups, book your bottle service, and, if necessary, take care of your hotel and transportation needs. Montrealnightlife.com has worked with Bord’Elle from the very beginning six years ago and wishes them all the best and many more years of success.
Bord’Elle a True Survivor and Trendsetter
The nightclub and restaurant scenes are the most difficult in the service industry to sustain, and combining the two cultural scenes makes survival even more difficult. Bord’Elle not only started strong but has continued to maintain a high status in the industry, leading to their ability to survive and thrive.
It can be argued that Bord’Elle was one of the places that helped revive Old Montreal/Old Port as one of the hottest parts of town to party all night long. Before Bord’Elle opened its doors, Old Montreal/Old Port was primarily a hotspot for great restaurants and tourist attractions, with many locals heading to Downtown, the Plateau, and the Main to satisfy their clubbing needs. Bord’Elle and other nightclubs began to sprout up in Old Montreal, and the dormant hotspot was suddenly shaken up and revitalized.
Burlesque and more
Bord’Elle fits right in with the chic and stylish locals and eager tourists looking for quality fun. Bord’Elle is modeled after the classic burlesque houses of yesteryear, and with it comes the sexy entertainment to match. Each week Bord’Elle has beautiful dancers, acrobats, fire breathers, and more dressed in beautiful burlesque and performing for you while you dine or dance all night. The beauty of these performances is the closeness of the performers, making each performance up close and personal; it’s like having the best seats at Cirque de Soleil every time you visit Bord’Elle.
Quality Fine Dining
Bord’Elle also serves an incredible dinner featuring a menu inspired by modern international cuisine. You can start your evening with some oysters to get you in the mood, continue with their delicious spicy salmon tartare and finish your meal with Chilean sea bass. Meat lovers need not worry because Bord’Elle also serves up a killer 22-oz bone-in rib eye, served with perfect mashed potatoes and vegetables to cover all your nutritional needs so you can dance until you can no longer dance.
One of the best in Montreal
Bord’Elle’s recipe for success is threefold: Offer a delicious dining experience, create a nightclub experience like no other, and put on jaw-dropping performances every weekend. Bord’Elle always participates in the most significant marquis events in Montreal, such as New Year’s Eve, Formula 1’s Montreal Grand Prix, and all major holidays in style. Bord’Elle can genuinely boast of being the perfect one-stop destination to fulfill all your needs in one place. Whether you want to rub shoulders with the sexiest people in Montreal or have a tasty cocktail, Bord’Elle has you covered.
What to wear to Bord’Elle
Bord’Elle has a strict dress code that requires business casual attire. Please refrain from wearing caps, ripped or excessively baggy jeans, hoodies, or running shoes. Management reserves the right to refuse entry regardless of prior reservations.
Some rules you need to know
Please note that the minimum age for entry is 25.
In order to secure a table reservation at Bord’Elle, we ask that you meet the specified minimum table amount, referred to as the “Minimum Spend,” which is equal to the “Price” of the reservation you have booked. Please note that the Minimum Spend does not include applicable taxes, venue fees, or staff gratuity, which will be added to the final bill.
Please respect your reservation times or risk having your reservation canceled.