Time Supper Club

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Time Supper Club
Time Supper Club
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Rue de la Cathédrale / rue Saint-Jacques
Time Supper Club
Address997, rue Saint-Jacques
Montreal, Quebec
H3C 1G6
Coordinates 45°29′50″N73°33′52″W / 45.497187°N 73.564437°W / 45.497187; -73.564437 Coordinates: 45°29′50″N73°33′52″W / 45.497187°N 73.564437°W / 45.497187; -73.564437
Type Supper club, Nightclub
Genre(s) R&B
House music

Time Supper Club is the first supper club in Montreal, Quebec, Canada which mostly featured R&B and house music. The supper club was known for attracting A-list celebrities, world-renowned Dj's and artists, most eventful Grand Prix celebrations, as well as being one of Montreal's hottest weekend hotspots. Located between downtown and the Old Port of Montreal at 997, rue Saint-Jacques, Time Supper Club used to open Friday and Saturday nights as a sit-down dinner and gradually turned into a night club.


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