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Montreal help

Guys,
I been going to the Canadian GP for the past 4 years and usually go to the same places nightly.
I have had dinner at
Buonanotte, 3518 Boul St-Laurent, Montréal
Ferreira Café, 1446 Rue Peel, Montréal
Queue de Cheval, 1181 Rue de la Montagne, Montréal
Never a bad meal and always like the vibe of each place.
I like to venture out to Old City Montreal by the water and looking for similar trendy spots to eat and drink.
Any Recommendations?
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Old 02-08-2016, 10:45 PM
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Le club chasse et pêche on Saint-Claude.
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Old 02-09-2016, 08:43 AM
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Gibbby's, Chez Queux and Steak Frite are some places in the Old Port..
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These are the top 3 picks in per my son who was a chef in Montreal for 6 years
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Liverpool house and Grinder are a couple more.
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Gibbby's, Chez Queux and Steak Frite are some places in the Old Port..
+1 on Gibby's - and I also visit merchant boeuf. My two top must visits. The two best spots in old Montreal IMO.

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Thanks for all the suggestions and input.
I checked out the places you reccomend and it seems like Old Montreal has smaller qaint establishments. I am staying Downtown and I like Ferreira and La Queue alot but since I am a meat guy I am leaning towards Gibby's.. Its in a good location and I am sure there are a few bar/lounges nearby for some after dinner drinks.
I like the vibe at Bounanotte but last year I had so many that hooked onto my reservation and the place was a zoo. Service was slow but the women wait staff are exceptional looking!
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