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Gambrinus Restaurant

Gambrinus RestaurantGambrinus RestaurantIt's hard to find fault with Quebecois restaurants, and Gambrinus is no exception. The wine list plays second fiddle only to the bread, which is like manna from heaven. And their onion soup is a hearty rival to Aux Anciens Canadiens.

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the girl & the fig

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