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6835 Taschereau
Brossard, Québec

Bus:  AMT Terminus Panama

Visit:  January 16, 2014

http://www.benandflorentine.com/

Over the course of the last 4 years, I’ve been on approximately 350 different restaurant visits.  Now, the quality of the majority of those places won’t be enough to leave anyone in awe, but that’s how the cookie crumbled.  With the majority of those places being home to my past burgers, there was always one thought that went through my head.  A lot of those places had better things on the menu than burgers and I never had the chance to try them.  Well, I had the chance to do just that when I made a return visit to Ben & Florentine.

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6202 Sherbrooke O.
Montreal, Quebec

Bus:  STM 104, 105, 138, 420

Visit:  August 4, 2012

Recently, I was given an invitation to a restaurant to try something I haven’t done in almost 20 years, brunch.  Brunch is not something that I will go out of my way to go get, though it’s something that I’ve been thinking more and more about over the last few years.  Well, there was no better time than the present to cross that bridge than at Café Grand in an area of the island of Montreal known affectively as N.D.G.

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895 De La Gauchetiere O.
Gare Centrale
Montreal, Quebec

Metro:  Bonaventure
Train:  Gare Centrale
Bus:  STM 15, 36, 61, 74, 75, 107, 150, 168, 178, 410, 420, 427, 435, 715, 747, 935, AMT Terminus Centre-ville

Visit:  October 24, 2011

http://www.mcdonalds.ca/

You must be wondering why on Earth is he doing a fifth post on McDonald’s, despite the fact that he tried to avoid the fast food giant with a vengeance.  Well, on this Monday morning, a start to another long week at the place of increasing workloads, I found myself having a few minutes to kill.  First of all, I have to give big time kudos to my bus driver for getting me downtown something like 8 minutes ahead of schedule, a whopping 17 minutes from home, across the nearly broken down Champlain Bridge, to the middle of the core of Montreal.  Normally, it takes about 25 minutes.

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