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“Cute street ”
Review of Laurier Avenue

Laurier Avenue
Reviewed 14 August 2016 via mobile

This is a fun street to grab a cup of coffee and walk around. There is shopping and places to eat along the way.

Thank Autumn M
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Reviewed 20 July 2016

There are many great shops and stores there too. Also, you can find great places to eat such as Lemeac, Chez Levesque, Ryu, Greasy Spoon, Chao Phraya, Jun I, Chronique, Juliette et Chocolate, etc..You have good and fresh food on this street alone. Plenty of street parking and nice day to do a stroll here.

Thank JeffJenny88
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Reviewed 1 May 2016

Avenue Laurier is nice, specially West of St-Lairent.
Many stores that you don't see downtown and many coffee shop.
Nice place to walk by in Spring afternoon or Summer evenings.

Thank lespas01
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Reviewed 25 April 2016

A street with a great BBQ Chicken Place (laurier BBQ), the best DryCleaner (Brillotti), multiple art galleries, some Patisseries, some shops for moneyed pregnant women, a few banks (national, Royal) and a good Liquor Store..Architecturally, the most interesting , is the Cathedral near Cote Ste Catherine (my first mariage there...lol), and at the other eastern extreme adjoining St-Laurent (BMO, a Limestone FireHouse and lovely Park and Church..I prefer the side east of Park Avenue which is less pretentious , more sitting space here in the Park on ST-Laurent with Wood Swings Benches for the Old Timers..

3  Thank Andre E
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Reviewed 30 December 2015

I went to Miles End neighborhood for the famous Fairmount Bagel, but end up bumping into a neighborhood that is vibrant with restaurants, cafes, and independent shops. Without any agenda, I wandered the streets at will, going into places that catches my eyes, and spent a good part of the day before I realized. I would certainly go back there next time I am in Montreal.

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