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Les 3 Brasseurs

1356, rue Ste-Catherine O. (Rue Crescent) Send to Phone
Taking the concept of the sports bar into the new millennium. Catch the game or just catch up with friends in style.

Lunch & Dinner daily
Open late
  • Dress code: Casual
  • Full bar
  • Reservations suggested

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Les 3 Brasseurs Restaurant Review

: Les 3 Brasseurs is a stylish answer to the sports bar. While the only sound in the chain of establishments comes from the sporting events broadcast on the large wall screens, the clever arrangement of the monitors is such that they do not detract from the sedate atmosphere. The menu offers a fairly wide assortment of dishes: burgers, sandwiches, steaks, ribs and wraps share room with generous servings of mussels in stainless steel pots. An assortment of flammekueche, or open-face pies, is available with a variety of toppings and even comes with the "metre" of beer --- a yard-stick with samples of all the beers brewed on the premises. Apéritifs, Scotch and whiskies and, of course, the house brown, blonde, amber, white and IPA beers complement the fare. The proximity to McGill University results in a sometimes boisterous student crowd, especially around happy hour or when there's a Montreal Canadiens hockey game on.


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