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montrealwaitress Feb 28, 2010 06:55 PM

Hey All,
I'm trying to plan a Cabane a Sucre outing for myself and a couple friends next month, but I've never been in Quebec! I'm going to pass on the PdC one as one of us is a vegetarian and I'm not into the lengthy wait for a reservation.
Is there anywhere in particular that's fantastic? I'd like it to be within an hour of the city - preferably less.

Thanks!

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    mak2k RE: montrealwaitress Mar 2, 2010 01:26 PM

    la goudrelle (and the other one near by, i cna't remember the name) is a very popular spot, however, i am not sure if cabane a sucre is vegetarian friendly, basically everything is cooked in lard (or fried). Your friend might be able to eat beets and probably eggs, that's about it.

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      JohnnyGeWiz RE: montrealwaitress Mar 4, 2010 09:57 AM

      my favorite so far:

      http://www.constantin.ca/

      40 mins. north of the city, highway all the way. And good value for your $$ as well. Enjoy!!

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