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Pub Review: Sports Rock Dieppe

By on October 24, 2012 in Hockey Pub

by Chantal , Associate Editor, HockeyPub.com

MONTREAL, QC —  Sports Rock is open 24 hours a day, has two different sections with over 20 TVs and offers a full menu. You’ll find a breakfast menu, a main menu and an after-hours menu on Fridays and Saturdays from 1h30 to 5h00 AM that includes appetizers, sandwiches, wraps & burgers, soups & salads, seafood and pasta.

The main menu offers 11 different types of the ever famous poutine, including Hot Dog Poutine, Chili Poutine, Philly Cheese Steak Poutine and Hamburger Poutine. For the more traditional patrons, they will whip you up a good ol’ Classic Poutine.

Portions are large, and prices are reasonable. While the atmosphere is pretty relaxed, it’s not the ideal establishment if you have small children.

A new section has been created at Sports Rock Dieppe with leather sofas and Lazyboy chairs where you can watch the game on a projection screen. If you’re traveling from Quebec, Sports Rock might seem familiar, as the original concept was an exact copy of La Cage aux Sports.

You can get service in French and English at Sports Rock, and take-out is available if you’re in the area and can’t make it there to watch a game.

Sports Rock is located at 451 Paul Street, Dieppe, NB. You can reach them at 855.6960 and visit their website sportsrockdieppe.com and Facebook page.

Stick tap to @HabsCubsNiners for his valuable assistance.

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