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St. Lawrence restaurant’s “Cabane à Sucre” dining menu usually sells out, so get your reservations in soon (it’s available for takeout, too). On the menu this year is delicious French Canadian eats like Truite Mariné à l’Érable et Au Gin du Quebec, Blinis au Sarrasin (cured trout with maple & Quebec gin with blinis & truffle crème fraîche) and Profitérole de Mousse de Foie de Canard, Sucre d’Érable & Salade de Pommes (choux puff stuffed with duck liver mousse, maple sugar & apple-celeriac salad). They’re a mouthful—which is kind of what you want when you’re ordering dinner.