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Had a bit of time before a business meeting and decided to check out this restaurant. 2 of us had the chicken burger and one had the flat bread. Was a good meal and they accommodated our rushed time frame. The ambiance was very nice....More
We went on a Tuesday night for our anniversary and booked ahead. We had come in from Toronto and since we would frequent Biddles in the past this was part of the planned events of our trip. We had our kids (8 and 12) with...More
After reading mixed reviews about the quality of the food, my wife and I decided to come here for drinks, dessert and live music one Saturday night. We arrived around 9:30pm and were immediately seated with a great spot, close to the stage. Drink prices...More
We were very fortunate to get a seat right in front of the stage on a packed Friday night; during the Montreal International Jazz Fest! Wow! Great performances by both bands!
We ordered the jambalaya and salmon. Unfortunately the Jambalaya was dry and we asked...More
The bar has an eclectic, old jazz club feel from the antique chandeliers to the furnishings. It was the perfect solution for us to get some live music on a Monday night. The house band was great. Fun performers with a lot of talent. We...More
I'm reading some of the other reviews, and I'm wondering if they have been misdirected to the wrong establishment. To the House of Chicken perhaps? This is advertised as a house of entertainment, and it surely delivers on that promise. The music was great...the service...More
Three of us enjoyed an evening of Food & Jazz at this eclectic restaurant in Montreal. The table seating was booked so we sat at the bar. Enjoyed our food and great service there. Watched the music on stage from the bar. Great place to...More
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