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Jan 25, 2012 06:57 AM

Eating near Central Station

I'm coming to Montreal for the weekend and I think I've mapped out most of my eating ventures, but there's one thing I just can't iron out- eating before and after the train ride.
On the way to the terminal I'll probably be meandering around the city and would be willing to make a slight detour for a stellar lunch, I imagine it won't be too hard for me to find.
My problem really lies in where to eat after the train, around 5 on a thursday night and we'll be starving. She's a pesciterian and I'm not picky. Preferably something on the less greasy and not horribly expensive side? We're staying on the Plateau, around Laurier and St-Laurent but I figured it would probably be better to eat before getting on the metro.
Any ideas?

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  1. Beaver Hall, Decca 77 or Renoir.

    1. Dominion tavern is close to train station, has special deals at lunch (til 3pm), also open for evening, it has nice ambiance but gets busy at lunch so reservations best.

      I have always been happy with service and meals

      a place you might want to try for lunch is near place des arts downtown

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      1. re: mangoannie

        As usual, I'll second Dominion taverne. A reservation is definitely a good idea.