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1. Érablière Charbonneau45 ch du Sous Bois, Mont-Saint-Grégoire
2. Sucrerie de la Montagne300 St. Georges, Rigaud
3. L'Hermine Cabane à Sucre212 Rang Saint Charles, Havelock
4. Le Chalet des Érables384 mtée Gagnon, Sainte-Anne-des-Plaines
5. Érablière au Sous-Bois164 ch du Sous Bois, Mont-Saint-Grégoire
6. Cabane à Sucre Au Pied de Cochon11382 Rang de la Fresnière, Montreal
7. Érablière Au Palais Sucré864 Rang Chartier, Mont-Saint-Grégoire
8. La Cabane400 Rue de la Commune Ouest, Montreal
Hold onto to your hat when you visit this all-you-can-eat sugar shack extravaganza, which famously features a tasty omelet tournée.
This authentic sugar shack is a bit remote, but it's totally worth the trek for their tantalizing pancake dinner buffet.
Deemed as a Quebec historical site, this sugar shack is open year-round and that's good news if you enjoy maple-baked beans, crispy fried pork rinds, and old-style mashed potatoes.
Scores of dishes await you at this classic sugar shack, and now that you'll score a free brew with every app you order after 7:30pm, you pretty much have to go.
When you're craving a filling maple feast, then head to this sugar shack where they do it right, and finish your meal with some of their homegrown apple wine or cider.
You know it's gonna be good when you find out it's run by Au Pied de Cochon's Martin Picard, and it doesn't disappoint with a massive menu composed of meaty goodness.
This sugar shack is as tasty as they come, offering a menu loaded with tasty vittles like sausages served IN maple syrup. And when your maple syrup comes in PITCHERS, you know they mean some sticky business.
La Cabane, or "The Hut," is Montreal's urban answer to the sugar shack. It's menu was dreamt up by five of Montreal's most acclaimed chefs, and if you wanna finish your meal right, get the maple ice cream sandwich served with a side of maple cake.