Bar Bistro Bily Kun

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Ostriches and a Czech Story at Bily Kun
Named after a teeny little bar in a small Czech village where Goethe himself used to hang out, Bily Kun was born out of a desire to recreate the atmosphere of the original. On this side of the pond, that is. And with a slightly more quirky feel to it.

When I say quirky, I mean taxidermied ostrich heads. Yes, these animals adorn the walls, adding a unique touch. The specialty of the house, though, is not interior design, but jazz music and intimate encounters. It's a notorious date bar for hip Montrealers, and with soft lighting and groovy notes in the background I can definitely see why the magic would happen here.
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