Bishop Street (officially in French: rue Bishop) is a north-south street located in downtown Montreal, Quebec, Canada. With a total length of 0.6 km, it links Sherbrooke Street in the north to René Lévesque Boulevard in the south. Like neighbouring Crescent Street, Bishop is home to many pubs, bars, clubs and restaurants.Use our Montreal travel route builder app to arrange your visit to Bishop Street and other attractions in Montreal.
The street borders the main downtown campus of Concordia University, including the Henry F. Hall Building, Bishop Court Apartments and the former Royal George Apartments, whose facade is now part of the J.W. McConnell Building.
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Nice street to have dinner or a drink with many options open till late. probably not my first choice but without a reservation or better ideas is a safe bet. more »
Bishop street is one of the most ideal streets for Montreal night life. Here you will find a few clubs, bars, and shisha lounges that are worth a visit. Crescent, St. Laurent, and the Plateau in... more »
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