About Us

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The Bishop & Bagg Pub
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The Bishop

Monsignor Ignace Bourget was Bishop of Montreal from 1840 to 1876. He was instrumental in the city’s growth and the growth of the Roman Catholic church in Quebec. In 1841, Bourget travelled to France and other parts of Europe in order to recruit missionaries to the new world. His invitation to establish missions in Montreal was accepted by various religious groups, Notably, the Clerics of St-Viator, the namesake of St-Viateur Street. Ironically in 1853, Monsignor Bourget also founded the Annales de la tempérance, a society dedicated to the goal of temperance.

The Bagg

Stanley Clark Bagg was a notary, large landowner and justice of the peace in the mile-end neighbourhood of Montreal in the mid-19th century. He was a philanthropist who founded the “English Workingmen’s Benefit Society which supported hundreds of local families. He donated many of his lands to the city, including the land that is now Jarry Park. Bagg died in his family’s manor house, Fairmount, in 1873. The city of Montreal remembered him by naming three streets in his honour, Fairmount, Bagg and of course Clark, the cross street of the pub.

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Events

  • Quiz Night

    21
    Dec 2014
    Sunday
    - 20:00 -

    Quiz night every Sunday – 8pm
    Teams of 2-6 people
    Bar tabs to be won!

Draho’s Choice

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Kitchen Hours of Operation

LUNDI - MONDAY

MIDI 11:30AM-2:30PM SOIR 5PM-11PM

MARDI - TUESDAY

MIDI 11:30AM-2:30PM SOIR 5PM-11PM

MERCREDI - WEDNESDAY

MIDI 11:30AM-2:30PM SOIR 5PM-11PM

JEUDI - THURSDAY

MIDI 11:30AM-2:30PM SOIR 5PM-12AM

VENDREDI - FRIDAY

MIDI 11:30AM-2:30PM SOIR 5PM-12AM

SAMEDI - SATURDAY

BRUNCH 10AM-3PM SOIR 4PM-12AM

DIMANCHE - SUNDAY

BRUNCH 10AM-3PM SOIR 4PM-11PM

**WE ARE OPEN EVERYDAY UNTIL 3AM WITH BAR SNACKS AVAILABLE AT ALL TIMES **