Centre Bell Sports Fan Tips

Centre Bell is a venue in or near Montreal that is most often used for Hockey

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Centre Bell seating?

The best seats are in the lower deck. Above there is a level of club seating and luxury suites (expensive). The upper 300's and 400's, while affordable, are so far from the action and have limited view. The least expensive seats start at over $60 while seats in the lower bowl will run you triple digits. Also note that there isn't a lot of legroom, no matter where you sit.

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Safety at Centre Bell?

Each guest and their belongings are searched at each entrance to the centre. Re-entry is not permitted.

What to expect from the Centre Bell crowd?

You can expect every game to be a total sell out. The team and their following are often referred to as a "religion” throughout the city. French is primarily spoken here although most people are bilingual so English speaking fans shouldn't have any issues communicating.

Best bars near Centre Bell?

Hurley's Irish Pub offers live traditional music, 19 beers on tap, a selection of more than 50 single malts, 16 whiskeys, and hearty food. Serving daily specials, appetizers, sandwiches, burgers, salads, house specialties, desserts, breakfast, vegetarian options, and wine, the atmosphere is laid back making this pub a fan favorite. Peel Pub has great food, great fun, sports and entertainment. Featuring soups, starters, burgers, poutines, salads, main courses, vegetarian options, and a full service bar, you will also find excellent service and a good value for your food and drink.

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Best food and drink at Centre Bell?

The food selection is pretty standard stadium fare, nothing really out of the ordinary and actually quite expensive. Popcorn, hot dogs, French fries, snacks, smoked meat sandwiches, wraps, and paninis. Coca-Cola products sold ($5) along with Coors beer ($7.50 - $15.50.) You can find more food options for lunch, wine, specials, at La Cage restaurant, accessible inside and outside the facility. Bonus – kids 12 and under eat for free on Sundays.

Best restaurants near Centre Bell?

Fire Grill Restaurant & Bar offers starters, fresh seafood daily, sandwiches, burgers, soup, salads, pasta, ribs, prime rib, steaks, chicken, desserts, vegetarian options. The staff is excellent in recommending the perfect accompaniment for your meal in as far as beverages. Schwartzs Deli offers hot and cold sandwiches, steak plates, fresh homemade French fries, sides, specials, and an ample specialty/take out menu. Meat by the pound, jars of pickles, peppers, mustard, spices, and more. This place has comfort food mastered.

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Centre Bell parking?

There is no dedicated parking for this facility so you'll have to get creative and park in some of the lots and garages in the area although be prepared to pay quite a bit ($11 to $28) and even more the closer you get to the arena.

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Best insider tip for Centre Bell?

Montreal is a nightmare when it comes to traffic congestion and frequent never ending construction. Using public transportation is highly recommended. There is no dedicated parking so finding a spot is a royal pain and expensive. Public Transit is definitely the way to go. Once you arrive, everything you could want in as far as the arena, bars, restaurants, tourist activities – it's all within walking distance (0 – 20 minutes.)