What did you eat last night for dinner?

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by Fabienne, Jan 31, 2005.

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    I think the style aspect here is although Marie Callender may indeed be the gold standard regarding potpies available at the local Kroger, Banquet has fewer calories and that helps me fit into my clothes. It's a close call. For me, anyway...
     
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    Hi all - my girlfriend and I will be in Montreal for 3 nights this summer (staying in Old Town/Port), and I'd love some recommendations for pastries, lunches, and especially (nice) dinners if you've got any.
     
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    I've only been a few times so I'm sure others will chime in. Off the top of my head and from my list, here are a few spots I always check out:

    Culture:
    Notre-Dame Basilica (Basilique Notre-Dame)- 116 Notre-Dame W., Tel: 514-842-2925
    Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (Musee des Beaux-Arts)- 1380 Sherbrooke W, Tel: 514-285-2000
    Montreal Botanical Gardens (Jardin Botanique de Montreal) - 4101 Sherbrooke St. E, Tel: 514-872-1400

    Perfume - Etiket (Simon is the owner), and Holts/Harry's

    Fashion - Simons, Ogilvy's, U&I Boutique, Rooney, Michel Brisson, and then Holt Renfrew and Harry Rosen

    Food/Drink:
    Dieu du Ciel (brewery)
    L'Entrecote St. Jean for steakfrites
    Le Premier Moisson (a little french boulangerie chain I like)
    Nickels and Reuben's for montreal smoked meat
    88 chocolatier
    M-Burger (gourmet burgers)
    Cinco (cheap fun eats)
    L'Academie (well priced fine dining)
    74 Fairmont oust (bagels)
    Bofinger (ribs)
    La Banquise (Poutine, Rachel street) - Also http://www.montrealpoutine.com/reviews.html
    La Paryse (Ontario: Montreal institution)
    Beauty's (breakfast, 93 avenue du Mont Royal Ouest), L'Avenue (breakfast, note long lines)
    Eduardo's (Italian, Rue Duluth), Da Emma (Italian/Roman)
    La Treskill? (Crepes)
    Au Pied de Cochon (check it out)
    L'Express (St-Denis: a true Montreal institution)
    Also see - http://montreal.about.com/od/foodwine/tp/Montreal-Brunch-Hot-Spots.htm

    Have heard good things about:

    Vasco cigars (1327, Ste-Catherine W), Also Whiskey Cafe on St. Laurent and Stogies on Crescent - if you're into this
    Le Centre Canadian D'Architecture, 1920 Baile Street -Chinatown, Saint Laurent Boulevard
    Canadian Railway Museum - 110, rue Saint-Pierre , Tel: 450 632 2410
     

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