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buttie Dec 23, 2009 04:56 PM

I am planning to take my daughter there for New Year's Eve, and want her to be able to see the fireworks in Old Montreal, but not have to stay outside in the cold (she is chronically ill). Do you know of any nice restaurants where we could view the fireworks? Do you know anything about the following restaurants: Au Pied de Cochon, Decca 77, Bonaparte, Altitude 737? Thanks for your help!

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      Maximilien Dec 23, 2009 05:28 PM

      Except for Altitude 737, none of the place you listed are either close to old-montreal or even have a "view" (IMO); and me think that Altitude 737 will be turned into more or less a club for NYE, but there seems to be a couple of different "ambience" in that place; you better give them a call/email, I'm certain they could arrange something if they have free space at the restaurant.

      Good luck,
      Max.

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        SnackHappy Dec 23, 2009 05:33 PM

        Altitude 737 on NYE is douchebag central and you have to buy a $65 ticket to get in.

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