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08-10-2013, 11:10 AM
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I went to this restaurant yesterday :

http://www.burgerdeville.com/

So ****ING good, OMG! Best burger I've ever eat.

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08-10-2013, 03:10 PM
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I'm looking for a nice hotel by McGill and the Bell Centre as I'll be watching the Flyer's game on 10/5 there. Any recommendations?
W Hotel in Square Victoria. Definitely a fun hotel to be at during hockey season. I've stayed here a few times, and have thoroughly enjoyed my stays.

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08-10-2013, 03:46 PM
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I went to this restaurant yesterday :

http://www.burgerdeville.com/

So ****ING good, OMG! Best burger I've ever eat.
That's it mon VLQ.

I'll try it one day. It looks great, indeed.

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08-10-2013, 03:50 PM
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They use peanut oil to make the fries and their beef is never frozen damn it's so good! Plus they have a lot of free toppings (I recommend the harissa mayo). Don't hesitate!

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08-12-2013, 01:53 PM
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Speaking of burgers I went to I Burger last week and it was absolutely horrible. **** service and the burgers were nothing special at 16$

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I just wanted to vent on how Poutineville sucks so hard.


There, I said it. Thanks.

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08-12-2013, 10:55 PM
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Speaking of burgers I went to I Burger last week and it was absolutely horrible. **** service and the burgers were nothing special at 16$
My favorite place in mtl for burgers is burger de ville . I've never had a better tasting burger in a restaurant ever.

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Be a man, come in the winter.
I did that this year for new years, the day i arrived was the day after a snowstorm. Got my friends lost on the first night (thanks google maps) and they hated me for it. But gotta say even though I hate cold weather, I really wanna go back in the winter.

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Myself and my girlfriend are planning our first trip to montreal in october (22 to 27).
Just curious, should we be weary of any streets or anything walking to the hotel after a game?
We'd be staying at L'Appartement Hotel(not set in stone), which is apparently 20 or so mins walking distance away.

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08-19-2013, 06:22 PM
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Myself and my girlfriend are planning our first trip to montreal in october (22 to 27).
Just curious, should we be weary of any streets or anything walking to the hotel after a game?
We'd be staying at L'Appartement Hotel(not set in stone), which is apparently 20 or so mins walking distance away.
You will be fine. The walk from the Bell Center to your hotel is relatively safe.

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08-20-2013, 09:15 PM
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I just wanted to vent on how Poutineville sucks so hard.


There, I said it. Thanks.
Never been there but duly noted. No go!

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08-20-2013, 10:59 PM
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You will be fine. The walk from the Bell Center to your hotel is relatively safe.
To reiterate, even walking in toughest neighborhood or the red light in MTL is still safe anytime night or day.

Sure there is crime in the city and some muggings, but compared to any american city of about the same population (Boston or Pittsburgh) it's much safer. Partly due to gun laws imo ( that's another subject though )

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I went to this restaurant yesterday :

http://www.burgerdeville.com/

So ****ING good, OMG! Best burger I've ever eat.
Thanks, I will add that to my list.

Btw, does anyone know why Jean-Talon drivers are so ****ing slow? It's only this street that is like this, I can't understand this phenomenon. **** pisses me off.

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08-22-2013, 08:31 AM
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I added burger de ville and satay brothers to the list of good restaurants to go to

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I just had the hamburger with cheese and bacon at Burger de Ville. It's so big and delicious. Maybe the best burger in town.

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I try the burger of Burger De Ville and the meat was way too overcook, all black and dry! Didnt like it at all. La Paryse is better, but now its closed. Last week, ive try the one Le Coing G in Villeray and it's was really good. But the best in town is still the one I cook in my backyard on my BBQ!

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I try the burger of Burger De Ville and the meat was way too overcook, all black and dry! Didnt like it at all. La Paryse is better, but now its closed. Last week, ive try the one Le Coing G in Villeray and it's was really good. But the best in town is still the one I cook in my backyard on my BBQ!
Which one did you go to? Didn't they ask you how you wanted your meat cooked?

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09-05-2013, 02:11 AM
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It's a great list guys.

I think there's 3 importants thing forgotten.

Brewpubs: Saint-Bock. On the of the best selections of beers in Montreal and it's in the Latin quarter.

Restaurant: Poutineville. I don't know why people are bashing on poutineville ut it's way better than the Banquise, that's for sure.

Winter/activities: Igloofest. Unique Ambiance that you don't get around the world. Same people that are managing the Piknik electronique!

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09-05-2013, 04:22 AM
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09-10-2013, 11:18 AM
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I live upstair the Bougeur de vil, hangovers are a treat, plus the owner give me free fries and soda when i order a bougeur.

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09-12-2013, 08:46 PM
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I'll be there Oct 1-3.

Are there any non-touristy things that are a must to check out?

Where is the BEST poutinerie.

Also, I am not sure if this is allowed to be talked about here, but what are some of the better...umm...gentleman's clubs?

If that's not allowed here sorry and just delete the comment.

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I'll be there Oct 1-3.

Are there any non-touristy things that are a must to check out?

Where is the BEST poutinerie.

Also, I am not sure if this is allowed to be talked about here, but what are some of the better...umm...gentleman's clubs?

If that's not allowed here sorry and just delete the comment.
Best gentlemen's club? Chez Mado.

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09-13-2013, 01:13 PM
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Best gentlemen's club? Chez Mado.
lol trying to pull a fast one eh

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09-13-2013, 02:15 PM
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Best gentlemen's club? Chez Mado.
I'll never forget the sign in front 3 years ago at Christmas, les plus belle boules de Noel sont ici

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yes I approve too how poutineville sucks.... really I was disappointed when I went there for the first time...considering myself an amateur of poutine, please go there just to make your own impression of the thing, but Im telling you you gotta have one rotten nasty tongue to like them poutine

go to La Banquise instead or Petit Quebec (not to confound with La belle province)

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