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We went on a Sunday night and it was great. It didn’t feel too crowded, so you can navigate in and out easily. Music and the DJ was awesome, good mixing. Nice vibes overall.
Unfortunately, there was one creepy, older guy on the dance floor,...More
discrimination, denied entry for being black literally. No one was asked about guest list until they got to 2 black men waiting in line. It was at that point the bouncer asked about guest list and refused entry
We came to Muzique for a bachelorette and got a table with bottle service. Sooo thankful we did because it was really packed. Our waitress Pascale was sweet and the prices were fair. music was good too.
We booked here for my sisters bday.
There was a pretty long lineup when we arrived and we were dreading the wait, but we were let in in only a few minutes. Our waitress was really nice and partying with us every time she’d come...More
I visited this club on Easter Sunday night with friends and was definitely disappointed with both DJ's. I am from Toronto and knows about good music and this was very poor. Now if you are a student and just looking for somewhere to drink and...More
A one star rating seems awfully generous considering the treatment I and a few others received here. Bouncers were being incredibly rude and repeatedly harassed me for taking a sip of my girlfriend's drink because she bought it for "ladies night prices". Terrible experience and...More
Went here on a Saturday night.
The concept of two rooms was very cool. The crowd was a little bit more my age group, which was a bonus. The bar near the hallway to get to the bigger hall is impossible to get to. We...More
I often go to Muzique. This past weekend I was invited by Navid with my wife to the official launch of the rooftop patio bar for the season. It was really quite stunning with a view of the cross on Mount Royal. Drinks are 1$...More
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