Visited another location in Montreal off of St Catherine, I believe?
A must-stop in Montreal. Go in for a pitcher ($22 CAD) of the pilsner/maple syrup whiskey blend. It’s to die for. Good burgers, sandwiches, etc. If you can get the table in the front window, do it. Great place to spend the afternoon people-watching!
If you are hungry on St Denis, it is worth a stop. However, it does not compare to the Crescent location. Tables are pushed way too close together, even the servers have a hard time coming through, the bar is mobbed, and the overall food and beverage quality just doesn’t live up to the other locations standards.
Des bières correctes, un bon service (si l’on fait abstraction du temps d’attente pour les repas qui sont parfois très longs), une courte sélection brassicole mais une bouffe excellente. Un peu cher, peut-être qu’on surfe un brin sur le "brand", mais c’est quand même un endroit agréable où on mange bien et qui fait honneur à la bière.
Ambiance is nice and loudy. Free peanuts are always good to eat. Beer selection is good and those taste very good. They also have special beers that are very nice. A good place to visit in Montreal. Make a reservation if you have a group (>8).
On Rue St. Paul in Old Montreal. Nice enough interior. Waitress was friendly and bilingual, but was a little slow in checking to see if our glasses were empty. The beer was so-so, but the wild game sausage was fabulous. I’d go back just for that (hint - ask for some dijon mustard on the side. that puts it over the top)
I've been there in september 2003. I thought it was pretty much like their franchise located near Toulouse, with one exception...service seemed way better in Montréal ! Anyway, its a pleasant place with a good location on St-Denis street. I like their food (the flamen-something) better than their beers...
Great atmosphere. Terrific theme and appropriate decor. Hip, friendly staff. Not too smoky, good ventilation. Generous portions of food which are prepared well. Wonderful mussels. Small selection of beers (4). They were adequate, but not exceptional.
It was interesting to us the differences between this location compared to the one in Reims. Same four beers on the menu, but they tasted better IMO. Food menu had same structure, but without all the wierd organ meats and stuff that we found in Reims. Had dinner on a Friday night around 8:30 and we could barely get a table. Bit smoky, but not too bad.
Convenient with a typical industrial brewpub look. This place was only a few blocks from my hotel. The food was very good even if the selection was somewhat sparse. The witbier and brune were decent enough and the staff were friendly enough. Not a must stop, but definitely decent enough for dinner after hitting some of the museums in Old Montreal.
like all the other’s part of this chain, the beer is incredibly limited and somewhat boring. La Blanche is the only brew i drink from les 3 brasseurs. what makes this place different from others, is the food. i am speaking of all 3 brasseurs in general. this particular one on st. denis is my favorite of them all because of the beautiful terrasse they have. it’s on the roof and you get a nice view of the city. you can also choose to sit ground level outside or inside, where you are on st. denis street so the ambiance is incredible. in the summertime, it is the perfect place for lunch and a cold witbier!