Quebec -- Montreal


Le Cheval Blanc - 809 Ontario St East (Brewpub) (514) 522-0211
Near Berri/St. Hubert Metro: Exit the Berri-UQAM stop and get onto Berri heading north towards Sherbrooke. Right onto Ontario St heading east. Opens at 3 P.M.

Le Taverne du Sergent Recruteur

new movie. play games
(Belgian Bistro) (4650 St. Laurent St. near corner of Villeneuve (514) 287-1412)
Metro: Take the Henri-Bourassa lint to Mont-Royal stop. Take Mont Royal St. west six blocks. Turn right onto St. Laurent St..Good selection of Belgian beers and food. Sunday Brunch 10 -2 , closed Mon. Tue-Fri: 11-1, Sat:: 3-1


Fourquet Fourchette 1887 avenue Bourgogne, Chambly, Qu├ębec, Canada, J3L 1Y8 Telephone 450-447-6370 (Info/Reservations) Toll free (888) 447-6370 Notes - excellent restaurant just east of Montreal in the suburb of Chambly, just north of the Autoroute 10. Look for signs for the Fort Chambly historic district. They feature the range of Unibroue products and have a great selection of traditional Quebecois and Colonial era dishes. The baniques were great!

Bistro des Bieres Belges (2088 Montcalm, St. Huber (514) 465-0669)
Suburban Restaurant. Metro to the end of the yellow line, then take a Taxi. At the end of a residential street, near a major highway. Food was a little disapointing, but the beer selection was great!

L'Actuel (1194 Peel St, (514) 866 1537) [Belgian Dining]
Moules and Grillades.


Alexanders (1454 Peel near de Maisonneuve, (514) 288 5105) [Pub]
Au Cepage (12 Rue Notre Dame, near St. Francis Xavier (2 blocks from Notre Dame Basilica) [Indoor British Pub, Dining, and Outdoor Cafe] - in Old Montreal. Open at 3 pm. On Tap: Guiness, Harp, Tartan, St. Ambroise Pale, Griffon Blonde.

Chez Better 160 Notre Dame E., 861-2617
4382 St Laurent,845-4554,
Other places too - Pub, Good beer list, and lots of saussages!!!

City Pub 3820 St Laurent, (514) 499 8519

Else's 156 Roy E. and Colonale, (514) 286 6689 [Pub]

Futenbulle 273 Bernard St. and Parc Ave (bordering Outremont.) (514) 276-0473
[Belgian Bisto-Pub] Moules et Frites, good beer selection! This isn't actually a brewpub since they don't brew their own, but the have all the local micro brews: St-Ambroise Pale Ale, Boreale, Belle Guele, Port Neuvois. All you can eat mussels with international sauces, $10.99!

La Maison des Bieres Importees - 1418 Cartier
Bar at metro station Papineau. Once more an impressive beer list from around the world and local micro-breweries. They serve food like sausages and sauerkraut. A must.

Le Crocodile (Pub - Dancing)
4238 St Laurent, 5414 Gatineau St, 2 Other places too

Le Petit Moulinsart 139 Rue St. Paul Ouest
~2-3 Blocks W. of St. Laurent [Belgian Pub, with Terasse] Excellent Belgian beer bar in Old Town Montreal. A Belgian flag hangs out front and there is a beer garden in back. Big selection and most beers are served in the proper glasses. They also serve mussels and frites of many types!

L'ile Noire Pub 342 Ontario East, 514/982-0866
(Near St. Denis), [open at 3pm]. 16 Taps. Charming little beer bar with lots of wood panelling.

The Whiskey Bar - 5800 St. Laurent/Bernard (514) 278-2646
More than 40 single malt scotches and good Montreal beer taps


Unibroue, Inc. 80 des Carrieres, Chambly (514) 954 9009
The owner is reputed to be Robert Charlebois, the pop singer and composer of various anthemic songs I remember from my youth. Their beers are 'Blanche de Chambly', 'La Maudite' (the latter translating, roughly, as 'the infernal'), 'La Fin du Monde' (The End of the World), and 'Raftsman'.

Las Brasseurs G.M.T (Microbrewery)

McAuslans - 4850 St. Amboise St. Bureau 100; (514)939-3060
Brewpub Microbrewery with "the most exciting new ales in Canada". Tours. "St. Ambroise was always one of my favourites in the early days. It's brewed by the MacAuslan brewery. It is now joined by St. Ambroise Oatmeal Stout, Griffon Extra Pale Ale and Griffon Brown Ale. These are, respectively, fine examples of amber ale, oatmeal stout, lightly flavored pale ale and American brown ale. The Griffon pale is not hoppy enough for my tastes and may well have been made with some corn."
Metro: Take subway to St. Henri stop. Go West on St. Jacques St. South on St. Marguerite St, through a short tunnel. Right onto St. Ambroise St., proceed for three blocks. A Pugsley-inspired Ringwood brewer. I think they give tours.

Molson Breweries - 1555 Notre Dame E; (514)521-1786
(Brewery. Tours)


Chocolats Belges Daskalides (5111 du Parc (514) 272-3447) [Belgian Chocolate]

Choclates Belges Le'onidas (605 de Maisoneuve O., 849-2620)


Desjardins Herboriste 3303 St. Catherine St. E., Montreal, Quebec H1W 2C5
(514) 523-4860. 250 grams of Sweet Gale seed (Lifetime Supply!) is $3.56 plus shipping (Canadian dollars I assume). Steve Stroud wants some of this.

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