Groupon Montreal Deal of the Day: $40 for $80 Worth of Traditional Québécois Fare at Le Cabaret du Roy
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Live music and entertainment
Rustic decor and ambience
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Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts
Limit 1 per table, 2 per table of 4 or more
Must purchase 1 food item
Not valid for boutique items
Expires 30 November 2011
Le Cabaret du Roy
363 de la commune E. Montréal
Today’s Groupon: for $40, you get $80 worth of traditional Québécois fare at Le Cabaret du Roy.
Le Cabaret du Roy cheerfully re-creates an 18th-century New France tavern, doling out regional First Nations, French, and Québécois specialties amid the bawdy merrymaking of historical revellers. Seated at wooden tables that glow beneath candlelit chandeliers, diners linger over rustic entrees that vary in portion size and can be selected à la carte or as entrees from the restaurant’s three-, four-, or six-course prix-fixe menus. Keep bellies silent for after-dinner games of hide-and-seek by downing The Innkeeper’s hot pot, a sumptuous stew of sausage, potatoes, beans, and bacon ($12.95–$48.95), or the deer casserole of venison cubes and root vegetables simmered in a thick, beer-based sauce ($26.95–$56.95). Like a butcher’s briefcase, The Trapper’s Sustenance packs a protein-dense bundle of boar sausage, guinea fowl, poultry drumsticks, and deer spare ribs ($32.95–$62.95), and the warm Wendake salad of corn, red beans, sunflower seeds, and root vegetables ($15.95–$45.95) appeases vegetarian palates.
Recently commandeered by a band of sociable pirates led by a gastronome sea captain, Le Cabaret du Roy houses roving, eye-patch-sporting merrymakers who invite diners to test their fortunes at cards, dice, and craps. Nongamblers, meanwhile, can exercise their jaws to the beat of traditional pirate musical instruments, such as cannon bongos. On June 18 and 19, the pirates take over Bonsecours Market for Le Grand Boucan, a weekend-long celebration of debauchery, live music, and games of chance.
Click here to buy now or for more information about the deal. Don’t miss out!