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Philly Foodie Staying in Montreal

saturninus | Aug 4, 200609:18 PM     33

Hello all,

I am excited to be visiting your city from August 18-20 (Saturday - Monday).

I will be staying at the Hyatt Regency.

I am looking for places to eat with my SO. We are young (25), on a budget and looking for some wonderful meals and cocktails (that's all that really matters, right?).

I've done a little research through Zagat and endless banquet, but would really appreciate local oppinions on where to go, how to get there and what to get!

We need places for breakfast, lunch and dinner - moderately priced with perhaps one meal a little more on the expensive side ($40 american dollars a person?). We are also looking for places to get drinks (interesting beers, cocktails) before or after our meals. We are both adventurous foodies but I AM A VEGETARIAN (no meat, no fish). I assume most french restaurants will be out, as they tend to lack vegetarian options.

Here are some places that looked interesting:

al-taib
au petit extra
aux lilas
l'avenue du plateau
belle province
bilboquet
bily kun
brutopia
cafe via dante
chao phraya
les chocolates du chloe
fairmount bagel factory
jean talon market
joilifou
m sur masson
monte du lait
niu kee
resevoir

Thanks in advance! I can't wait!

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