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EaterBob | Apr 26, 201406:19 PM     7

Given the recent discussion about Dive Bars started by Matt H, I wanted to ask some questions about some places that I have not been to, yet.

Specifically:
Brasserie Du Sud, 1277 Désaulniers, Longueuil
Taverne Jarry, 552 Jarry E
Lucky's Resto Bar, 6445 Monk
Brasserie La Résidence, 405 St-Jean Pierrefonds

My questions (in no specific order)
What's the food like?
Are there pool tables?
What are the prices like?
What is the lighting like?
When do you think it had its most recent renovation?

And then finally, does anyone know of any other Old-School/Dive/Traditional places that serve beer like it was 1980? 1960? 1940? that are not located downtown or on the Plateau?

Brasserie Du Sud
Brasserie La Résidence Inc
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