Montrealers mourn the closing of the Saint-Sulpice

Les Montré alais mourn the closure of the Saint-Sulpice

The Montreal community is in mourning after learning of the permanent closure of the Café-Bar Le Saint-Sulpice, which will drop the curtains definitively, at the end of the month of February, after 43 years of activity.

This is the case for a few politicians such as the supportive deputy for Rosemont, Vincent Marissal, and the leader of the Parti Québécois (PQ), Paul Saint-Pierre Plamondon, who underline in tweets the nostalgia they feel about the closure of the bar. The leader of the PQ has also pointed out that he even worked there in the early 2000s.

Several regulars encourage people to come and enjoy the last moments of the mythical bar before it closes with a last pitcher of beer in hand, synonymous with the youthful years of many Montrealers.

Several other Internet users also took the opportunity to recall the discovery of this place and the first music groups they saw performing, or quite simply to recount the drunken evenings where few memories reside.

“Phew… I was there once a long time ago

Montrealers mourn the closing of the Saint-Sulpice

I can say that, I think, their alcohol was good, because I do not remember too much of my evening”, can we read in comment on Facebook .

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