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Eatingfood | Feb 25, 201508:18 AM     8

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Will be in Montreal Fri AM - Sun PM.

Have a late Joe Beef reso for Friday night (for my birthday!).

Beyond that we are fairly open schedule wise. Hoping to spend some time on the Plateau, obviously.

Need brunch recommendations for Saturday/Sunday. I liked Griffintown and may default there if I sleep in too late but Lawrence has always been high on my hit list. Other can't misses?

I also sometimes default to Dominion Square Tavern because it's close to hotel and I love it, but Les Deux Gamins is very high on my hit list as well.

Going to the Leafs/Habs game Saturday (boo) so would need to do dinner early if its further away or proximate to that area if it's later. Is there a scenario where a brunch-ish thing Saturday on the Plateau followed by maybe Dieu du Ciel followed by maybe an early dinner at Deux Gamins would work?

I also need some solid Sunday recommendations as we're deliberately taking a late flight back (from TO). Tend to skew towards Old Montreal on Sundays but am open. Thoughts?

I also kind of want to try to fit in Kazu. Would there be less of a wait on a Sunday?

Always appreciate your fair guidance!

Joe Beef
Dominion Square Tavern
Les Deux Gamins
Dieu du Ciel!
Kazu
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