Usually we're slow on the trigger at Montreal-Clubs.com, but it seems that there aren't many other explorers that have written about Bar Waverly out there in the inter-webs.
And that's strange, because Bar Waverly is definitely worth a word or two (or even twenty).
The most distinct feature of Waverly is that it is a quintessential hipster hangout. If you don't roll-up to the bar's huge floor-to-ceiling windows on your single-speed bike, you almost feel like you don't deserve to get inside.
But once you get over your initial hipster-shock, you quickly grow comfortable to this happening bar. The space is usually tightly packed with drinking patrons, and you need to squeeze your way around to the bar. The music is good and upbeat, the crowd is loudly interacting, and the feeing is that of a packed New York bar.
Yet Waverly is pure Montreal: on the fringes of the Mile End and decorated with amazing wood-works on the ceiling. That same designer wood-work gives the bar a genuinely remarkable feel.
The Waverly is yet another great bar, which combined to the Le Cagibi (right across the street) and Comme Chez Soi (not far away), is turning the way-upper-Main into the destination for those looking to escape the masses of the lower Main.