Birthday Dinner/Dessert Suggestions?
My birthday is coming up (ok, it's in 2 and a half weeks) and although I usually enjoy cooking, I have an assignment and a midterm the following week and I'm thinking of keeping things "small".
So I'm thinking about going out for dinner or going out for dessert and would like to know if any places in Montreal would take a group of 10-15? I'm not expecting anything overly gourmet; we're a bunch of university students, after all, so price is a bit of an issue, and I would prefer BYOW.
I was toying with the idea of going to The Spirite Lounge; I went two years ago and had a good experience, but I feel like it's a place that gets mixed reviews.
I know that's a lot of questions, but does anyone have any thoughts?
I made a preference list of Khyber Pass-->Spirite Lounge-->Club Espagnol. Khyber Pass couldn't take 22, but Spirite Lounge could, so that's where we're going. Although Club Espagnol does sound tempting, a lot of my guests are familiar with Spirite Lounge. I'll tell you how everything goes!
One place that can accomodate a large group, has great food , isn't too expensive and allows you to get a bit noisy is Club Espagnol. It's not BYOW, but they have some good inexpensive wine choices.
Club Espagnol Du Qu
4388 Boul Saint-Laurent, Montreal, QC H2W1Z5, CA
I would recommend Khyber Pass on 506 Duluth Est. They specialize in Afghan cuisine and it's a BYOW. Quite unique food and it's not that expensive (less than $20)
There's also Chuch, beside Chu Chai on St. Denis (near Rachel), that's also a BYOW, not as fancy as Chu Chai, but the food is all vegetarian if you and your friends are open to this idea as well.
Eduardos is an italian restaurant on 404 Duluth Est and is a BYOW. i've never been but heard it's pretty good in that it's a nice environment with good food and a good place for friends to gather and have a good bonding session.