La Binerie Mont-Royal

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La Binerie Mont-Royal

La Binerie Mont-Royal is a lunch counter-style restaurant in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, specializing in traditional Quebec cuisine, including its signature baked beans.[1]

Founded in 1938 by Léonide Lussier, the restaurant was the setting of Yves Beauchemin's novel and film Le Matou, which was filmed on location.[2] The business was purchased by new owners Jocelyne and Philippe Brunet in 2005, but largely remains unchanged. In addition to its trademark beans, the restaurant serves such traditional fare as tourtières, Pâté chinois (French for "Chinese pie"), pouding chômeur, pea soup and spruce beer.[3]

The restaurant is located on Mount Royal Avenue, in the city's Plateau Mont-Royal borough.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sutherland, Anne (2008-06-11). "Not just a hill of beans". Montreal Gazette (Canwest). Retrieved 2009-04-26. 
  2. ^ Guillemette, Mélissa (2008-06-23). "Comme il y a 70 ans". Journal de Montréal (in French) (Canoe.ca). Retrieved 2009-04-26. 
  3. ^ "Plateau, mon amour". Voir (in French). 2008-05-15. Retrieved 2009-04-26. 

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