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Rue Duluth

Le Plateau Mont-Royal
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Address: Rue Duluth, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

This interesting street has a number of ethnic restaurants and eclectic...

This interesting street has a number of ethnic restaurants and eclectic shops.

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Nice walking on this street at any time

Rue Duluth is one of my new favorite places to take an afternoon stroll in Montreal. It's a quaint cobble stone street lined with boutiques, BYOB restaurants and charming cafés... read more

Reviewed 15 August 2016
Ottawa, Canada
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Ottawa, Canada
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Reviewed 15 August 2016

Rue Duluth is one of my new favorite places to take an afternoon stroll in Montreal. It's a quaint cobble stone street lined with boutiques, BYOB restaurants and charming cafés and bakeries. At night it's equally charming with lots of colorful lights and signs, and giant glowing flower pots!

Thank Stephen1894
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Reviewed 11 August 2016

We took the Metro and walked here. There are cute stores and restaurants. I came here just to go to Arepera restaurant. BYOB! I did not know about this until I noticed many people walking around with bottles of wine!

Thank Mayescrc
Montreal, Canada
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Reviewed 28 March 2016 via mobile

It's still got lots of great choices of byob restaurants but parking is always a nightmare. I suggest trying Khyber, eduardos and Prunelle.

2 Thank Nicq
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Reviewed 17 March 2016

What have they done to a street that had so much to offer with restaurants with good food . Favourite restaurant we use to go on Duluth Street well it closed among with others as the street has lost its touch besides who wants to go to a restaurant at night and drive around for 10 minutes so you can... More 

Thank gat0
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Reviewed 13 November 2015

Once the hub of Greek Eateries, a trend that later on spread to Prince Arthur Street..Duluth is kind of lost in an idendity crisis... west of St-Denis, the car traffic competes with pedestrian traffic. East of St Denis , there is a bit more consistency..IT,s a nice walk up Laval street or Henri Julien to Duluth and onward east to... More 

1 Thank Andre E
Toronto, Canada
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Reviewed 9 August 2013

There are a number of decent restaurants of all price points here and you can bring your own wine if you like. The streets have European flair and make for a lovely experience.

1 Thank Hightechto
Montreal, Canada
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Reviewed 27 July 2013 via mobile

A few blocks east of St-Denis is Jardin Panos. Specialty is brochettrs. BYOB or buy wine across the street. Sit out back in large coutyard with weeping willow trees. Very pretty. Great date place but can also accomadate groups. When i think about summer nights in Montreal, this place is what i imagine.

1 Thank Mike K
Montreal, Canada
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Reviewed 5 February 2013

Many restaurants are there and they serve food but allow you to bring your own wine; they do not sell wine. Interesting type of food, depending on the house. nothing fancy but always a good ratio price/quality.

1 Thank RoxidouNoiro
Montreal, Canada
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Reviewed 22 October 2012

Nice selection of restaurants. We tried the Greek place on a corner. Food is hearty and portions are enormous. All these restaurants are BYO - bring your own bottle of wine.

Thank Ankobra
Alberta, Canada
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Reviewed 11 October 2012

You are in the French-speaking area of Montreal, but English speakers will do OK in the many restaurants. Bring your own bottle, and enjoy the people-watching!

Thank Professional-Pilgrim

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