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MTL Group Dinner, $ No Limit

DanLHR Apr 4, 2007 09:52 PM

That about sums it up - any suggestions?

Group of about 15 or so friends I see once per year - having complained about the restaurant choices for the past few years, I now get to put my money where my mouth is. Cost isn't really an issue (Milos is a cheap night for these guys), but finding a good place that will take a table of fifteen is.

If there were four of us, I know where I'd be calling - but I'm at a loss for higher-end places that will take that large of a table.

Any ideas?

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    Maximilien RE: DanLHR Apr 5, 2007 04:43 AM

    if money is not an issue, you can have a 15 person table at any restaurant in Montreal.

    If Milos is cheap ( money wise) for them, then, what can we give them ?, it"s one of the most expensive restaurant in town.

    You could try la Queue de Cheval ( $$$ ) but it's a steak house, and not very representative of what montreal is (IMO)

    You can also give Toqué! a ring to see if they can accommodate you.

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      Campofiorin RE: DanLHR Apr 5, 2007 06:26 AM

      I'm not sure but I do believe that there's a private room at Le Latini. Somebody correct me if I'm wrong. Big wine list.

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        thomasein RE: DanLHR Apr 5, 2007 01:09 PM

        I have seen large groups at APdC. Their wine list can certainly send you into the stratosphere pricewise.

        Otherwise, why not consider taking over a smallish restaurant on the order of Montee de Lait?

        1. jsoifMtl RE: DanLHR Apr 7, 2007 09:24 AM

          Ariel semi private room
          Beaver Club private room
          Queue de cheval private room
          Globe no private
          Moishes private room
          40westt semi private room

          If you have trouble booking call a Co Named conservus on www.montrealinfo.com
          I am sure those guys can help get a table anywhere in the city, we use them at work for corp events

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            Artichoq RE: DanLHR Apr 12, 2007 07:44 PM

            Depends on who you are and what your priorities are. Best possible food? Or the high-roller experience? If the latter, Cavalli could certainly accomodate you upstairs, or maybe downstairs on a quiet night.

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              bashanem RE: DanLHR Apr 14, 2007 02:45 PM

              Aszu...it's perfect for guys that want to enjoy and go home with a few stories to show off with: they just acquired the Champlain Charest Wine collection...BIG BIG BIG wines here!!!

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