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Critics Review Moleskine, Larry's, Taverne F

And La Presse asks: "Is Milos too expensive?" With construction season looming, there are fewer new restaurants opening up as Montrealers flee for summer vacations. Thus, the critics took the opportunity to check in on some not-quite-new establishments this week. — Over at the Gazette, Lesley Chesterman writes that she fell hard for Moleskine, the McGill Ghetto brainchild of sommelier Véronique Dalle and chef Frédéric St-Aubin, which opened up in May.
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