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First, important to note that this place is not at the listed address (unless TA accepted my notice of change). It is sitting at : 2687 Wellington St, Montreal, QC H3K 1X8
The place doesn't look like much from the outside... nor does once you...More
We went to the Capri as a large group to celebrate a 50th birthday. The service was very good and prompt, which was impressive because we were about 20 people. It is not fancy, but very casual. The smoked meat was good, certainly not the...More
The Capri has closed at this location its new location is
2687 Wellington St corner of Butler... Sports Bar themed after nos amous
Les Canadiens.... Parking now on street but be care to read the signs for alternate street cleaning days...
I visited 3 times in a 3 weeks period.
This is basic "brasserie" (better known as Tavern in the old days) food.
A few "signature dishes" (Pig's feet / Pork Knuckles, roast beef).
Not bad but that being said nothing great apart from the main...More
Ok, so this is a restaurant that Anthony Bourdain ate at when he came to Montreal. The location is in an industrial area where there isn't a whole lot going on as far as restaurants go. We would never have driven by and decided to...More
This is now one of my favorite breakfast stops in Montreal.
All I can say is everything tasted as if it was just cooked for me at that moment. The eggs were perfectly over-medium as I ordered, the bacon was cooked just right, not overcooked...More
OK, it is a classic old Montréal neighbourhood pub in a working class area on the south side of the river. We went based on a visit by Anthony Bourdain that was televised some time ago. They serve the Quebecois traditional pig's knuckles with sauerkraut...More
Date of visit: November 2013
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Le Sud-Ouest (Southwest District)
Once the core of industrialized Montreal, the factories and historic buildings of Le Sud-Ouest have been renovated into homes, museums, and small businesses. The rejuvenated landscape has put its Saint-Henri district in vogue, with cutting-edge galleries and an ever-expanding network of restaurants. Foodies can especially delight in the mom-and-pop shops in Little Burgundy, or at the
Atwater Market, where outdoor stalls sell fresh fruit, vegetables, and meat, street vendors have menus of hot fish and wine, and the indoor market offers chocolate, breads, and coffee beans. Dominated by the gentle waters of the Lachine Canal, Le Sud-Ouest is still very much an outdoor town, with a number of pedestrian-only bridges traversing the waters, bike paths along the canal with views of the Leisure Boats, and massive green spaces like Angrignon Park to stop for a picnic, or to play a sport.