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Lunch in Old Montreal

Hi,

I have some family in town for the weekend and they have one day free for lunch in Old Montreal. I was wondering if there is one place down there that they cannot miss. I have heard that DNA, T, F, and Club Chasse et Peche all have lunch specials. Is there one place out of these that stands out among the rest, or am I missing someplace? Thanks for the input.

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    1. What weekend will you be coming? DNA holiday lunches start on 6 dec. and CC&P lunches on 16 dec.. Both only offer them on weekdays.

      http://www.leclubchasseetpeche.com/?p...

      http://www.dnarestaurant.com/

      Also, Brasserie T and Bar F are in the Quariter des spectacles. It's not very far from Old Montreal, but still a good hike from there.

      1. Don't forget B, O, GM, L'A, V, & 400.

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        1. re: EaterBob

          You forgot H, V, B&B, another V, A, B and another A... Oh, also A.

          1. re: SnackHappy

            But the OP was only looking for L.

        2. It's probably too late for you, but Olives et Gourmando has a nice, trendy lunch (from the Toque! team). The Europea Espace Boutique has a nice takeout option if you're on the go.

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          Europea
          1227, rue de la Montagne, Montreal, QC H3G1Z2, CA

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          1. re: inibble

            Is the Toque connection to Olive et Gourmando something new? Never heard of this before.

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            Olive et Gourmando
            351 Rue Saint-Paul Ouest, Montreal, QC , CA

            1. re: cherylmtl

              Opened by Toqué alumni. I don't think it goes any further than that.

              1. re: SnackHappy

                Yes, Dyan and Éric were at Toqué before... that's pretty much all.

                That said it's still a must when it comes to lunch in the Old Montréal. Also fun and good place for quick lunch : Cluny and Titanic.

                Les 400 coups is also open for lunch on fridays.

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                Cluny
                257 Rue Prince, Montreal, QC H3C2N4, CA

                1. re: Glaff

                  thanks for all the input guys.

                  we ended up going to T because it was right next to his hotel. I had their burger which was amazing (mainly because I like my burgers rare). But I will definitely try out some other suggestions.

                  One that really caught my eye was 400 coups. does anybody know how dinner is there and the price range? thanks