Weekly Photo Challenge: Lines

Restaurant L’Avenue line up

Restaurant L’Avenue, Montreal. August 2017

When I think of “lines”, I think of line-ups and usually the line-ups I have to wait in are those to eat in a restaurant.  If a restaurant is popular and not just because it’s trendy — it’s because it’s actually good quality food and doesn’t take reservations — there will likely be a line outside its doors from the moment it opens business to when they close their doors (or when they run out of food, whichever comes first).

This is an infamous line you have to queue up in if you want a good brunch in Montreal!  We waited an hour in this line.

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13 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Lines

  1. I was waiting to see who would come up with a different sort of line. I thought of posting a written line of some sort, but didn’t. 🙂 When I was in college, there was a pizza place we sometime had to wait an hour or more to get into. It was well worth it, though.


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  3. emymet says:

    I’ve been wanting to try this place for brunch for a while!

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