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Restaurant Recommendations - Large Group Bachelorette Party? Perhaps private room?

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Staceyy Mar 1, 2009 01:42 PM

Hi All,

Can someone recommend some good restaurants for my sister's bachelorette party?
We are staying at the Marriott Residence Inn Downtown (on Sherbrooke - Near McGill). Would like somewhere relatively close, not too pricey (Mains from $15 to $28 ish...) but still really nice for a group of about 15 to 20 women.

I'd like the menu to have different types of foods to cater to different tastes (steaks, pasta etc... maybe?).
A place that could have a private room for us would also be great if possible.

I'm not from the area so any suggestions are really appreciated.

Thanks in advance :-)

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    Jonquilles Mar 1, 2009 02:05 PM

    I had my sister-in-law's bachelorette dinner at Pino (Crescent corner Maisonneuve). It is nothing outstanding, but the food and atmosphere were good, and it fit in the price range ($15-25 for the main). So I do recommend it. www.pinorestaurant.com
    Afterwads, we headed to Stogie's (right across the street), a martini and cigar bar.
    If you're up to take a $10 cab or the metro, I would highly recommend Ouzeri, 4690 rue Saint-Denis (514) 845-1336 (mains between $12-18). I like the atmosphere there, very good food (traditional Greek). You'll definitely need to reserve at both places well in advance.

    1. cherylmtl Mar 1, 2009 02:28 PM

      It would depend on which evening you're holding the party, but some options downtown and nearby are Decca 77 (prix fixe menu would probably fall in your price range), Holder, which has a limited version of its menu for groups, also in your price range. Restaurant Julien has private "rooms" (I believe they're curtained off) - food is okay, but it's close to where you're staying. I know there are more places, but those are off the top of my head, to get you started. I think they all have their menus available online.

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        bigfellow Mar 2, 2009 09:43 AM

        Try Le restaurant L'Ambroisie http://www.ambroisie.ca/cgi-bin/site....

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