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Tri Express 2.0 May Bring Sushi to Petite Patrie

Caution: real estate speculation ahead The man behind popular Laurier Avenue sushi restaurant Tri Express is reportedly eyeing a new location on Saint-Zotique, just east of Little Italy. Neighbourhood Facebook page Les amis de la rue de Saint-Vallier reported that Tri Express owner Trì D? has bought two buildings on the street: the former Nantel Music School at 500 Saint-Zotique, and the building on the corner of Saint-Zotique and Saint-Vallier, which houses a dépanneur on the ground floor.
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