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Taverne Square Dominion 11
Why locals love it
Hidden just off of Sainte-Catherine street, this isn’t your grandfather’s tavern. Keeping with its old school vibe, its name comes from nearby Dorchester Square, which was called Dominion Square back in the day. Reminiscent of the Roaring Twenties, its ambiance is great for after work drinks or a hearty dinner. They also make a mean Sunday Roast.
Why you should visit it
Serving up English-style comfort food with a modern twist in a French Brasserie setting, classic dishes include Bangers & Mash, Scotch Egg, salmon gravlax, and their Ploughman’s Lunch platters (a dish from Great Britain). Pair your meal with cocktails like gin and tonic or rye and ginger ale, and finish off with a sticky toffee pudding for dessert.
Taverne Square Dominion is owned by the brains behind local favourite, Baldwin Barmacie – which is why you’ll find their Pimm’s Cup cocktail here.