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Quick lunch around Charlevoix Metro station

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Since I will be close ot Charlevoix Metro station for work this weekend, I was wondering if there was any good place to eat lunch. I'll have about an hour max. and budget is around 15$ so nothing fancy.

Any favorites in that part of town?

Thanks!

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    1. At Magnan's for $15 you'd get a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, probably without the peanut butter...

      I'd suggest trying any of the following (in no particular order):
      Brasserie Capri, 2172 St Patrick
      O Bico, 1900 Centre
      Quebec Smoked Meat, 1889 Centre
      Goplana, 2188 Centre
      Paul Patates, 0760 Charlevoix
      Charcuterie Wayne, 1766 Centre

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      1. re: EaterBob

        I second Wayne's. When I used to work in the area I would get sandwhiches there, onion bread, 1 inch of meat, spicy polish mustard....it was heaven.

        1. re: EaterBob

          Good recommendations!

          Brasserie Capri: oldschool tavern. I prefer their beef dip sandwich but I've heard the pig knuckles were good also.

          O'Bico: Portuguese chicken place.

          Quebec Smoked Meat: Pretty well known smoked meat place! Qwirky opening hours (they close pretty early) and not a lot of place to sit down (its more a butcher type shop than a restaurant) but the smoked meat sandwich is pretty cheap!

          Goplana: Polish pastry shop. They also do homemade ice cream. Not a lot of food choice (I think they have a few sandwiches?).

          Paul Patates: a pretty good poutine! They also serve homemade spruce beer.

          Charcuterie Wayne: The only one I don't know about. I never ate there actually (maybe I should rectify that!)

          1. re: CaptCrunch

            Thanks for all the recs. I'll bring that list with me on sunday. So far, I'm leaning towards Paul Patates or Charcuterie Wayne to make sure I have enough time to eat and go back within an hour.

            1. re: Simon Patrice

              You better make sure first whether they are all open on Sundays.