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hladart | May 5, 201912:19 PM     11

Hi, all! I know this is a perennial question, but I was hoping to elicit some up-to-date opinions. I'm going to be in Montreal for four nights in June and was hoping to ask folks for dinner recommendations. I've already reserved at Le Club Chasse et Pêche and Bouillon Bilk and am planning on walking into Le Vin Papillon one night. Is there a major category of restaurant that I'm missing?

After recent travels to France, I'm perhaps less interested in a straightforward bistro like L'Express and am hoping for somewhere with a more pronounced French-Canadian accent. Other places that caught my eye include Monarque and Hoogan et Beaufort. I've only been to Montreal once before, ages ago, and fondly recall a great tasting menu at Toqué.

Also, what seasonal foods should I be looking out for in mid-June? Am I right that I'll be missing the snow crab season but will be there for lobster?

Thank you so much!

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