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    So so many! Depending on your budget and tastes... High end: Toqué, Napoleon, DNA. Medium priced: L'Aromate, L'Académie (the one on Crescent is a BYOW (Bring Your Own Wine)). There are lots of very good, small, neighborhood BYOW restaurants. If you are wondering about a particular restaurant, let me know and I can give you my experience. almost 7 years ago

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    And several are in the old quarter of the city. almost 7 years ago

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    Don't miss the classic Schwartz smoked meats! almost 7 years ago

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    There are so many great restaurants in Mtl. My current favorites : Européa (gastronomic but accessible, unlike Toqué), Pied de Cochon (traditional Quebec food), 400 coups (modern and trendy), Le Filet (Japanese inspired tapas style). almost 7 years ago

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    Try the new one just opened by chef Ramsay. Heard it is great.. almost 7 years ago

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    The new restaurant by Gordon Ramsay is a roasted chicken place and is nothing new. The place has been there for decades. He just bought it and renewed the menu a bit. It probably serves a good burger or chicken, but it's not worth the detour. almost 7 years ago

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    Leméac, tuck shop (a must), joe beef, le hangar, le local la Fabius are some of my favorites. For more diner type meals you can try beauty's and schwartz. Walking in the prince arthur/ Duluth area around st Laurent you can find many Italian and Greek restaurants that are byo and fairly inexpensive. over 6 years ago

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    And by Fabius I meant la fabrique. On st Denis over 6 years ago

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    Kitchen Gallery, near the Marche Jean Talon over 6 years ago

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    Definitely DNA restaurant in old Montreal over 6 years ago

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    I love Osteria Venti in old Montreal, as well as DNA. over 6 years ago

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