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Do I need a reservation for Les 3 Brasseurs

HalfAColdBurntBagel Jun 18, 2011 08:32 AM

for a group of eight or so on a Friday night in August? (St. Catherine's location?)

Les 3 Brasseurs
1658 Rue Saint-Denis, Montreal, QC H2X3K6, CA

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    montrealwaitress RE: HalfAColdBurntBagel Jun 18, 2011 11:02 AM

    you should always make a reservation for 8 people, no matter the restaurant. in fact, as most restos need to pull two tables together for a group of 5, i'd suggest calling for anything over 4 people even if the restaurant accepts walk-ins.
    also: why on earth are you going to les 3 brasseurs?

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    1. re: montrealwaitress
      Fintastic RE: montrealwaitress Jun 19, 2011 12:24 PM

      Agreed - this place, for whatever reason (I guess location), often seems to be really busy, particularly on Friday nights so it might be best to reserve a day or two ahead of time.

      But I also agree with the above post regarding the choice of restaurant. I don't mean to sound pretentious about it, but chowhound is a place where good food is discussed so I think its our duty to try to recommend the best restaurant options for your criteria. With this in mind, I dont think there are any criteria that would merit going to 3 brasseurs. Their food is as bad as their beer, and I honestly think it lacks any redeeming features other than a central location. Especially if you're coming from out of town I'd consider trying some other place - even in the terrible downtown vicinity there is better food to be had at around the same price range.

      1. re: Fintastic
        EaterBob RE: Fintastic Jun 19, 2011 06:51 PM

        Try the Old Dublin, on Cathcart. Brutopia on Crescent, Beaver Hall on Beaver Hall.

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