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The islands of Saint-Helene and Notre-Dame together make up the anchored fabric of Parc Jean-Drapeau. The mostly man-made grounds were built to be the site of the 1967 World's Fair, and the chiefly car-free space still retains its inherited carnival character. A wonderland of foliage and flora awaits at the Jardins des Floralies, with its expanse of pond-marked wetlands making it perfect for hiking, nature walks, and exploration. Old exhibitions still straddle the newest entertainment complexes, including the high-flying roller coasters of La Ronde Amusement Park and the brightly-lit Casino de Montréal. From the springtime on, families crowd the sandy beaches with candy-striped umbrellas, and rowers take to the Olympic Basin, where the spherical American Pavilion and the high brick Tour de Lévis provide an atypical backdrop. A short metro trip carries visitors and locals to this vacationing spot, providing leisure and activity outside of the inner city.
The Casino is beautiful and very nice, but the “buffet” is not good at all. We went twice recently and the..roast of beef was too cook, the rice..mushroom and shrimp dishes,were cold, 🤨🤨 and worse my friend came back sick after eating the shrimps😨 certainly not anymore what it was before.
The position of this building looking up at the Jacques Cartier Bridge makes for an impressive introduction to your visit. The museum itself over two floors explores in some detail the military history of Montreal - a lot of information to take in. Worth a visit (allow 1-2 hours if reading everything) and good value.
With friends, we took the degustation menu: my favorites were the ris de veau with foie gras and caviar in a Chestnut soup. Main was appalachian deer with the famous Robuchon potatoes in puree (half butter and half potatoe, not for everyday eating but fantastic once in while). There was also a mousse with caviar, for seafood lovers like me....
reviewed February 18, 2020 by scarlettjamesofficia
Casino de Montreal goes Burlesque with Scarlett James
Glam and bedazzling! amazing singers and dancers,
where Cabaret meets Burlesque, the perfect mix!
March is our month and here are the dates:
6, 7, 20, 21, 27 & 28
One of several restaurants located inside the Casino Montreal. Very nice ambiance in the seating area. Run cafeteria style with a large menu to choose from of high quality food preparation. Our Classique Hamburger combos consisted of a large, juicy hamburger patty, along with tomatoe, lettuce, mayonnaise and mustard in a fresh hamburger bun. Also included was a large order...