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Quebec (inc. Montreal)

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Reasonably priced, local favorites for group dinner?

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by Sarah 20 years ago

Hi all, I'm looking for a recommendation for a restaurant that could accomodate a group of about fifteen to twenty people on a Friday night (reservation assumed) that would give a group of travel...

Argentine Restaurant

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by leo 20 years ago

On Mountain St. I remember a Argentine Restaurant with a spit in the window which was seen while coming down the Street. Is it still in business? We'll be in Montreal for X-Mas, any other suggestio...

Montreal Birthday Dinner

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by Susan 20 years ago

We're heading to Montreal in late December to meet up with friends and celebrate a special birthday (I'm not telling!). Trying to choose between Jongleux Cafe and Ferreira Cafe Trattoria for dinner...

Solo dining in Montreal

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by Stan 20 years ago

Will be visiting on business and would like to "eat well" even though I'll be dining alone. Do any of the better restaurants (french,seafood,bistro or otherwise) offer bar-side (counter) seating f...

More Thoughts on Eating in Montreal

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by George Lynch 20 years ago

My wife and I just got back after a week split between Montreal and Quebec City. I will post our thoughts on dining in QC on the Canada board, and here are our opinions on Montreal. We were in M...

Hotels in Montreal

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by Michael Anthony 20 years ago

For anyone looking for a nice hotel, one that I've seen enthusiastically recommended on another message board is L'Hotel de la Montagne, at 1430 de la Montagne st. Can't say I've been there (...

Visiting Montreal around Christmas with a toddler - what to do, where to eat?

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by Mary Niepokuj 20 years ago

My husband and I are thinking of taking a trip to Montreal with our one-year-old, right before Christmas, mostly because of a vague sense that a francophone city in a wintry climate might be fun ar...

Montreal: Les Caprices or La Maree?

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by Hopeless Romantic 21 years ago

A followup to an earlier query about romantic restaurants in Montreal... I have gotten some new leads on two places I hear have excellent food with very romantic atmospheres: Les Caprices de N...

Montreal visit

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by LNorman 20 years ago

Hi, Just back from several days in Montreal. The food was great. My boyfriend like Ben's smoked meat sandwich, I loved this restaurant (can't remember name right now) in Old Montreal where I had gr...

Marguerite, how was your recent trip to Montreal, food-wise? >

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by Christine 20 years ago

Did you find any good Italian restaurants? We ate at Toque and La Chronique, as well as some good little ethnic places further up on St. Denis.

Montreal bagel alert!

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by Sharon A 20 years ago

Paid a *very* quick visit to Ste-Viateur Bagel Shop this weekend and can report that it's as wonderful as ever, as far as the sesame and poppy bagels go. But they've added two new flavors. Not on...

Portuguese in Montreal

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by John Rab 20 years ago

Cafe Ferreira at 1446 Rue Peel in Montreal is one of the finest dining experiences in Montreal. Excellent Portuguese food in a wonderful atmosphere. The top notch staff is led by Carlos Ferreira....

Restaurant Globe

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by Marguerite 20 years ago

Has anyone eaten at the Globe? If so, can you recommend? merci.

Thank you all so much for your great suggestions - one more question...

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by Marguerite 20 years ago

anyone have any experience w/ L'Eau a la Bouche? i'm hearing excellent things about this restaurant as far as food & ambiance - i know it's expensive, but have any of you been to dinner there? if...

If you don't mind - 2 (ok, 3) more questions - thank you.

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by Marguerite 20 years ago

There are 2 restaurants we know we want to try when in montreal - L'Eau a la Bouche & Toque - i'm wondering if men need jackets in either of these or is it dressy casual? now, this is not food ...

A Great Dinner in Montreal

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by Sylvia 20 years ago

We loved our Montreal vacation, and appreciated all the wonderful suggestions from Chowhounds. Our most memorable meal - one of the best anywhere - was at Jongleux Cafe. It was superb! It is small,...

Montreal, Baseball, and FOOD

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by Helen 20 years ago

[in reply to a baseball-related spam that's been deleted] Speaking of baseball in Montreal, do they still sell smoked meat sandwiches at Olympic Stadium? I was sitting behind someone who was ea...

How expensive is Toque?

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by Sylvia 20 years ago

After reading all the pros and cons of Toque on this Board, we still haven't decided whether or not to go. Two questions: I know it's expensive - what is expensive? What is the price range? Is it d...

Montreal recommendations

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by dh 20 years ago

I'll be at a conference at the Queens Elizabeth Hotel late in July and would like some recommendations of where to eat. Is Toque still as wonderful as it sounds? Thanks

bag/croiss

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by mark grossman 20 years ago

best baguette and croissant in montreal?

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