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La Cage aux Sports

1212, av. des Canadiens de Montréal (Rue Peel) Send to Phone
La Cage caters to local sports fans with giant screens and a giant menu to match.

Lunch & Dinner Mon.-Sat.

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La Cage aux Sports Restaurant Review

: If you're a fan of sports bars in Montréal then you're probably well acquainted with La Cage aux Sports. The Bell Centre location is a sprawling affair attached to one of the largest sports centers and concert venues in town. It looks, more or less, like a large upscale cafeteria with a slew of giant screens and a youthful waitstaff busily filling orders and making the rounds. The menu is family-friendly with the usual assortment of burgers, wings and ribs plus a selection of salads, wraps and sandwiches for those who are more health conscious. But don't let your expectations run too high. The potato skins ordered as an entrée aren't crispy. The cold, tasteless melted cheese that comes on top has not nearly enough bacon. Yet, a main course of ribs with fries and coleslaw is reliably good and the portions are generous. So order a beer or two and enjoy the game.


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