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    fine bars & restos.

    Hello everybody,executive from out west here,looking for some info.
    coming to Montreal on bus. soon, would appreciate your help.what recommendations
    can you give for high end after work places, drinks, dinner with eye candy around.
    thanks .

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    Quote Originally Posted by roman1 View Post
    Hello everybody,executive from out west here,looking for some info.
    coming to Montreal on bus. soon, would appreciate your help.what recommendations
    can you give for high end after work places, drinks, dinner with eye candy around.
    thanks .

    >>> EDITED BY MOD 11: JLB, if you don't have anything intelligent to contribute, no need to write, you should just read. <<<
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    Enclosed is a link to the restaurant thread. I like to hang out on Crescent Street. I dont waste my time in Strip clubs - I call an escort. You can go to strip clubs off Island and have sex.

    https://merb.cc/vbulletin//showthrea...taurant+Thread
    Last edited by hungry101; 01-05-2010 at 10:46 PM. Reason: I forgot to insert the link to the restaurant thread

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    Newtown on Crescent and DeMaisonneuve.
    "Just When I Thought I Was Out.....They Pull Me Back In!!!"

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    L'express on St. Denis: best steak
    Koko (bar) on Sherbrooke upscale and fun good substitute for Newtown and the Crescent scene
    Pub Quartier Latin on Ontario Street: good DJ, great sexy women, mixed English and French, classy and casual
    Jello Bar on Ontario good live music also: Un Divan Orange on St. Laurent both sort of Bohemian

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    Thanks mod.11

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    La Chronique http://www.lachronique.qc.ca/en/accueil.html

    Bring money, but truly one of the best in the city, some say one of the best in North America. try the sampling menu $195 per person with matched wines. If you have the cash to cover it, yes, it is worth it.
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    You are cordially invited to toss my salad. There's an app for that!

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    A good place to start for info on ''fine dining'' in any city is Chowhound, here's the link for the quebec/montreal board:

    http://chowhound.chow.com/boards/22

    Now if you want ''high end'' with ''eye candy'' that won't necessarily equate quality dining.
    You can always hit the supperclubs on St-Laurent just past Sherbrooke (Buena Notte, MED, Globe, etc...), load of high heels and miniskirts there let's say...
    There are also a couple of spots in the old port where you are bound to have a decent drink/meal and fall upon some beautiful (though most likely unattainable - haha) ladies (Velvet, Garde-Manger, Confessional, etc).

    Otherwise for a classy/stylish 5 ŕ 7 afterwork drink kind of spot I'd say Baldwin Barmacy (the owners also just reopened Dominion Pub), Bily Kun/Plan B, La Porte Rouge, etc... all in the Plateau or Mile End neighbourhoods.

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    I like the restaurant " L'Express". Godd glass of wine a a good price.
    Also the restaurant Lemeac is interesting. After 22:00 PM they offer a specific menu at $22.00 and this is excellent for the price.

    But for the woman in there...
    Honestly, I think you have to make a decision first. If you want to eat, go to a restaurant. If you want eye candy, go to a club.


    Bye M. O.

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