Subject: Re: Montreal and Quebec City
In Montreal obviously there exists a plethora of great restaurants, for french I have enjoyed Le Fripon and Chez Queux in the Old Port area albiet they are a bit Touristy

For Breakfast try Chez Cora Desjuners (several locations) or Eggsceptional........

for Lunch or Snack don't miss Marche Moovenpik in the Eaton Centre (A food court like no others!!

Also there is Checkers a great Deli style rest. owned by the Dion family..........

Nightlife on Cresent street is varied, noisy, and young!

The French Quartier on St Denis has a few jazz and piano bars but is also populated by the college crowd.

Upper Rue St. Laurent (Past Mont Royal) is populated by the Locals and has a wide varity of smaller music clubs and coffeehouses...Park the car and walk a few blocks...

Enjoy yourself, Montreal has lots to offer............Larry