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Meinc Mar 13, 2007 04:57 PM

I am looking for recommendation for a good late dinner. I looking for something light but tastefull with a nice ambiance for quiet discussion. Thanks

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    JenJen Mar 13, 2007 06:28 PM

    Lemeac on Laurier

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    1. re: JenJen
      SnackHappy Mar 13, 2007 06:32 PM

      I thought of that too, but Lemeac isn't exactly the place for quiet discussion.

      1. re: SnackHappy
        Fritzy Mar 14, 2007 08:15 AM

        You might try L'Aromate on Peel.

    2. wizpers Mar 14, 2007 01:14 PM

      Lemeac have a sweet deal after 22h: 22$, and if it's on a week day you'll find what you are looking for ( they just installed a sound proofing sealing)

      Otherwise maybe BU can fit your expectations.

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      1. re: wizpers
        Fritzy Mar 14, 2007 04:14 PM

        Has anyone been there on a busy night since the "sound-proof" ceiling has been installed? Does it make a difference?


        1. re: Fritzy
          wizpers Mar 15, 2007 05:54 AM

          Yeah, I went at Lemeac 2 weeks ago on a friday night at 22h30, the place was full with a line-up and we were able to ear each other, and the staff told me that it makes a huge difference...still a lot of 'ambience'

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        foodismyfriend Mar 15, 2007 12:42 PM

        How late is late? We ate at AREA last week and absolutely LOVED it. I think the second service starts at 9 or 9:30pm, which is when they serve the 7 service menu so the kitchen must stay open pretty late. Choose several entrees and aps rather than the mains for something light and very tastey-we loved the soup (lait de courge), tuna tartare, and scallops. For me, AREA is definitely one of the most underrated restos in town.


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          bashanem Mar 22, 2007 10:20 AM

          AIX at the Place D'Armes Hotel just launched their Late Night Dinners starting at 10pm...I have a copy of the menu...lists items such as tuna tartar, roast chicken...lighter stuff..

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