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Tacky Caban Sucre

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Many years ago I went to a Caban Sucre and we had a great time! It was quite tacky and featured a dance floor. When we finished our dinner (it was a Saturday night), there was dancing with some women wearing evening gowns (I guess it was a big night out for some). There was also a small booth set up selling light sticks and small toys for the kids. The problem is I can not remember where this Caban Sucre was :-(. There were picnic style table plastic linens and a liter of whole milk on each table. Does this ring a bell to anyone?
Or perhaps someone can suggest another Caban Sucre of the same esprit!?

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  1. That sounds like a lot of cabanes à sucre. ;-)

    Check out Constantin in Ste-Eustache - ring any bells?

    http://constantin.ca/

    It's very kétaine but it's a favourite of ours. :-)