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Eating near Central Station

RotaryMobile Jan 25, 2012 06:57 AM

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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    mangoannie Jan 25, 2012 09:05 PM

    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
      Fintastic Jan 26, 2012 03:14 PM

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

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      EaterBob Jan 25, 2012 11:30 AM

      Beaver Hall, Decca 77 or Renoir.

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