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May 2, 2011 05:01 PM

I need your opinion ! ( French + English )

English : Hi everyone, I'll explain you what I'm looking for. I live in Downtown Montreal, and I am looking for place to go ( 5 to 7 ), terrace, etc. I want a place not too crowded where we can sit inside or outside. The beer must not be overpriced ( like 22$ for a pitcher )

I am kind of bored of St-Sulpice and want to try something new. I don't like much Dieu du Ciel because there is not enough space ...

If it can help you to find something, I'll throw more infos...

Age : 20
Occupation : University Student
When : Tuesday / Thursday / Friday
Parking : Yes if possible but not a must.

Thank you your help is REALLY appreciated.


French : Allo tous le monde, je vous expliques ce que je cherches. Je vis dans le centre-ville de Montreal et je cherche une place où boire ( 5 à 7, terrasse, etc.) Je cherche une place pas trop comblé, où il est possible de s'asseoir que ce soit à l'intérieur ou à l'extérieur. La bière doit être de relativement bon prix ( pas 22 $ le pichet ).

Je commence à être blazé du St-Sulpice et j'aimerais essayer quelque chose de nouveau. J'ai déjà essayer le Dieu du Ciel et je n'ai pas très aimé parce qu'il n'y a pas t'en de place à s'asseoir à l'intérieur.

si sa peux vous aidez, je vais donner des infos supplémentaires.

Âge : 20 ans
Occupation : Étudiant à l'Université
Quand : Mardi / Jeudi / Vendredi
Parking : Oui si possible, mais pas obligatoire.

Merci votre aide est énormément apprécié !

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    1. Saint-Elisabeth and St-Ciboire were the first places that came to mind. Saint-Bock has a great selection of beer, but it's not cheap and the terrasse is tiny.

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      1. re: SnackHappy

        I forgot to say that I don't really care about the price ( just saying 22$ for a pitcher of budweiser is a bit ridiculous )

        But well I've tryed Altitude 737 ( wich is pretty expensive ) and liked it alot.

        Keep up the suggestion I want alot of place to try out ;)

      2. vices et versa, benelux, reservoir, magnan's.

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        1. re: EaterBob

          I thought of the first three as well, but they don't fit the $22 pitcher criteria.

          1. re: SnackHappy

            I understood it to mean less than $22/pitcher... If I was wrong, I can change the list.

            1. re: EaterBob

              well give me the other list ;)

              If it's over 22 .. I just have to split the bill with friends hehe

              ohhh... and I've tryed the Café Gitana ( Shisha bar , on St-Denis ) pretty cool place

              1. re: redsnake91

                A lot of these places just don't serve pitchers. The going rate for a pint is anywhere between $5 during happy hour to $9 during normal hours.

                I don't know how many pints there are in a pitcher. I don't even think there's a standard size for pitchers in Montreal.