Montreal: A Case of Mistaken Identity Part I

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Montreal: A Case of Mistaken Identity Part I

As you all know, I was recently in Montreal.

I really loved the place, and Montreal holds a significant place in my future.

However, when I was there, a curious thing happened:

The first night I rolled out, Custom Suited Down, Going for Dolo, I stepped into Cavalli for a cocktails and a little grind session.

The fly bartender girl greeted me with a huge smile and a “Hello again! Great to see you, how have you been?”

Which kind of seemed strange, but I didn’t think much of it, beyond the fact that people in Montreal as nice as hell.

Then a little later, when I went outside for a cancer stick, I started talking to a fly Russian girl who was also smoking.

We rapped out a while, and she asked me my name.

“Michael Mason”, I answered.

She replied, “Oh yeah, we have met before.” and showed her dental work.

I was positive we had never met before, but I didn’t really correct her either.

This kind of stuff continued to happen at least once or twice a night throughout my stay in Montreal.

Upon refection on my plane ride out of Montreal, I can only deduce one thing:

There has to be some extremely handsome, charming, dashing, sharped dressed cat in Montreal who happens to look exactly like me rolling around there.

I am guessing he has to be a club promoter or some other “man about town” by the way everyone seemed to know “him”.

Strange.

But I guess that is just another reason to like Montreal.

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4 Comments on "Montreal: A Case of Mistaken Identity Part I"

  1. The G Manifesto
    Dr.D
    30/01/2012 at 9:44 pm Permalink

    Codename: Masonic, Once again delivers the gold!

    Gents stay away from all that St. Laurent mumbo-jumbo. Cavalli is the joint.

    Also hit: Les 400 Coups & F-Bar. Two other solid joints in the spirit of Don Mason.

  2. The G Manifesto
    krautz
    31/01/2012 at 1:59 am Permalink

    I’d totally hire a PI to figure out who the guy is. Just for curiosity’s sake.

  3. The G Manifesto
    BRoque
    02/02/2012 at 5:27 pm Permalink

    Hey Mike,

    How do these look to you?

    The winners of the 2012 Nightclub & Bar Awards are:
    Nightclub Categories

    Mega-Club of the Year
    Roial Eco-Friendly Day and Nightclub, Austin, Texas

    New Club of the Year
    The Mint, Scottsdale, Ariz.

    Nightclub of the Year
    1OAK, New York

    Resident DJ of the Year
    DJ Solomon, Axis-Radius, Scottsdale, Ariz.

    Ongoing Promotion/Party/Event of the Year
    Shade Lounge at W Scottsdale, Scottsdale, Ariz.

    Single Promotion/Party/Event of the Year
    Playhouse, Hollywood

    Ultra-Lounge of the Year
    Darby Downstairs, New York
    Las Vegas Nightclub Categories

    Mega-Club of the Year
    Marquee Nightclub & Dayclub

    Nightclub of the Year
    TAO Las Vegas

    Dayclub of the Year
    Encore Beach Club

    Resident DJ of the Year
    DJ Afrojack, XS

    Ongoing Promotion/Party/Event of the Year
    Marquee Nightclub & Dayclub

    Single Promotion/Party/Event of the Year
    TAO Las Vegas
    Bar Categories

    Bartender of the Year
    Russell Davis, Rickhouse, San Francisco

    Beer Bar of the Year
    Bierhaus NYC, New York

    Cocktail Lounge of the Year
    Rum Bar, Philadelphia

    Hotel Bar of the Year
    Grant Grill, San Diego

    Small Wonder Bar of the Year
    The Ivory Room Piano Bar, Madison, Wis.

    Sports Bar of the Year
    Bull & Bear, Chicago

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    Captain Chardonnay
    20/12/2012 at 3:57 am Permalink

    This exact thing happened to me my first night out in mtl

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