Czech-inspired tavern

Bily Kun

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Why locals love it?

If you’re looking to spend the evening on Mount-Royal Avenue, paying a visit to Bily Kun (which translates to white horse) is definitely a must. Its inviting decor goes a long way with dim lighting, high ceilings, and great seating options – that is before it fills up. Don’t be startled by the row of ostrich heads on the wall gazing down at you!

Why you should visit it

With a long list of drink choices, the menu offers international beers and a host of European liquors, notable ones being Becherovka (what most of their cocktails are made with), Hill's Absinth, and Slivovice. Complement your beverage with tapas while enjoying live jazz during happy hour and music from several DJs once the sun sets.

Special tip

Bily Kun’s adjoining space, O Patro Vys (translation: the next level), is perfect for live theatre & music shows, exhibitions, and private receptions.

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