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So some people from Jersey are coming to Montreal for the game against the HABs and were wondering what to do around the Bell Centre food and entertainment wise. I also reccomended just going to look at teh architecture around the city and even taking a drive across the river to see the Parliment buildings. So any reccomendations for eateries etc in the vicinity of the Bell Centre would be great. Or any other suggestions you may have.

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So some people from Jersey are coming to Montreal for the game against the HABs and were wondering what to do around the Bell Centre food and entertainment wise. I also reccomended just going to look at teh architecture around the city and even taking a drive across the river to see the Parliment buildings. So any reccomendations for eateries etc in the vicinity of the Bell Centre would be great. Or any other suggestions you may have.

There's much more then Strip Clubs around the Bell Center.

as for food, it really depends of your budget, $$$$ - Queue de Cheval, $$$-Vargas, The Keg, Baton rouge $$-Cage Aux Sport (in the Bell Center), Saint-Hubert BBQ $-Little Family owned restaurants, noodle shops etc... OR you can go to the Food Court in the eaton center, maybe 5-10 minute walk from the BC.

I'm not sure I understand the "drive across the river..." but you can defenitly go check out the architecture in Old Montreal or the Old Port.

You can find plenty to do in and around the Bell Center... maybe go for a BC Tour??? I heard it costs maybe 5-10$ a person... But I'm not sure :S

Hope it helps a bit :)

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There's much more then Strip Clubs around the Bell Center.

as for food, it really depends of your budget, $$$$ - Queue de Cheval, $$$-Vargas, The Keg, Baton rouge $$-Cage Aux Sport (in the Bell Center), Saint-Hubert BBQ $-Little Family owned restaurants, noodle shops etc... OR you can go to the Food Court in the eaton center, maybe 5-10 minute walk from the BC.

I'm not sure I understand the "drive across the river..." but you can defenitly go check out the architecture in Old Montreal or the Old Port.

You can find plenty to do in and around the Bell Center... maybe go for a BC Tour??? I heard it costs maybe 5-10$ a person... But I'm not sure :S

Hope it helps a bit :)

Thanks this is for some frineds coming up from New Jersey so they wanted to get some input on what to do arounf the Bell Centre. I say take a trip to Ottawa and see the Parliment buildings etc.

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