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spacesasha Oct 30, 2007 06:07 AM

Hi again. Can anyone suggestions some restaurants which would have a private room and be able to host a meeting and serve breakfast, lunch and a snack. The meeting would be for two days with 8-10 people and would want to spend no more than 1200 CAD. Extra points for being located near the old port. Input is greatly appreciate.
Best,
Sasha

  1. cherylmtl Oct 30, 2007 07:11 AM

    Breakfast at restaurants with private rooms can be tricky - most aren't open that early. However, many of the boutique hotels have meeting rooms and can serve meals - I have booked a meeting room at Le Germain with meals on many occasions for meetings, and they've done a wonderful job. I'm sure there are some hotels closer to the old port that would do it as well.

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      spacesasha Oct 30, 2007 08:40 AM

      Alas, all the hotels seem to be booked which is why I am trying restaurants.

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        kpzoo Oct 30, 2007 08:46 AM

        It's not a fabulous restaurant by any means and I wouldn't normally recommend it, but if they have a private room, then Eggspectations's Old Montreal location might fit the bill, as they serve both breakfast and lunch.

        201 St-Jacques West / (514) 282-0119

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          cherylmtl Oct 30, 2007 09:08 AM

          Version Laurent Godbout has a small private room, but I'm not sure about breakfast - they do lunch, though.

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        InterFoodie Oct 30, 2007 08:19 PM

        spacesasha, I am surprise all the hotels are booked.
        When is this event taking place?

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          Yummy Stuff Nov 2, 2007 05:27 AM

          Was wondering the same thing myself didn't know Old Montreal got booked like that except during Grand Prix wkends lol

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