Quality Inn & Suites
5800 rue des Arpents
Levis, QC G6V 0B5
Phone: (418) 833-1212
Fax: (418) 833-6936
Bars et cafés
Le Pape Georges is a favorite among tourists and locals alike, who can be seen flocking this bar for live music every night, consisting of folksy tunes played by local artistes such as Peter Shong, Charlie Price and Pascal Labbe. The food consists of sandwiches on baguettes and of course a good range of cheese with wine by the glass, as well as boreal beers and cocktails. They have a front room, where the live performances take place, along with a back room where one can catch up on some TV.
A little watering hole, L'Oncle Antoine is located in the Vieux Quebec area of the city. Situated on Rue Saint Pierre it is frequented by the locals and tourists of this neighborhood. Stone walled interiors have dim-lighting and a casual ambiance. The serves are friendly and happy to help all the time. Based in a historic building, the bar has some old-world charm to it. With a good range of beers, they also offers various small bites, to dig into. Their patio area seems perfect to have a nice beer on a warm summer afternoon.
Located in the eastern Quebec city of Levis, Cafe Le National is among the popular hang outs in the city.
This restaurant, surrounded by a multitude of trees and some welcome shade in the summer, is located near the Plains of Abraham. The luxurious terrace at À la Bastille Chez Bahüaud provides a quiet ambiance, which is ideal for couples. The refined and savory cuisine, which features such menu items as garlic soup and garden salad with quail eggs, is prepared with fresh ingredients and audacious sauces. A pool table inside and a bar at the lower level complete the comfortable bistro setting.
Located in Hotel Auberge du Trésor, this little bar & bistro is quite popular among the neighbors of Vieux Quebec. With a modern yet laid-back ambiance, the place seems perfect for a casual drink or meal with loved ones. Drop by to enjoy a live match, or just let your hair down, and chat over pitchers of chilled beer and piping hot pizzas. The staff at 1640 Bistro is very attentive, and the service offered is top-notch. The bar is child-friendly and welcomes patrons, apart from the hotel guests as well.
Located in one of the most iconic hotels of the city of Quebec, the Jazz Bar - Hotel Clarendon is a place that every jazz lover must visit atleast once. This bar has seen performances from musicians of the stature of Diana Krall, Steve Amirault and Michel Donato in the past. The art deco interiors of the bar add to its character, while the happy hour specials are sure to delight you.
This large pub is one of the few brew-pubs in Quebec City, and is located in the Vieux-Port, a short walk from museums and antique shops. Some of the 11 beers served here at Bar L'Inox are quite unique, especially the maple syrup brew. The pub is the perfect place to enjoy a European hotdog along with a cold pint. During the summer, the terrace is one of the most popular in the city. Brews include the Trois de Pique rousse and the ominously named Débâcle, which is available only in the spring.
A stylish cafe and restaurant, Le Grand Café presents a chic ambiance, that seems perfect for any meal of the day. Located on Grande Allée Est, it has a huge patio, where you can relax after a long day, and unwind with a bunch of friends or family. Serving international cuisine, this cafe has some stand-outs on their menu which include, Tartare de Deux Saumons, Rouleaux Impériaux and Côtes Levées Légendaires. The cafe apart from being child-friendly is also moderately priced with its options.
After enjoying a relishing Italian fare at restaurant Savini, head downwards to this basement club to enjoy a night of music and drinks. Located right below the restaurant, Les Voûtes de Napoléon comes alive at 9:30p, offering music lovers a cozy have where they can devour libations while cocooned in melodious rhythms. A subterranean room of a 19th-century building, this bar opened its doors in 1993, and has since become a popular spot for night birds in Quebec. They have a rotating list of in-house musicians who perform every night.
Tucked away in a corner of Old Quebec, this charming, old cafe has been around for ages. Offering a simple and wholesome menu of European favorites that involves delicious preparations of duck, chicken and other meats, the place was established in 1974. This hidden gem serves some of the best coffee in the neighborhood, drop in for a taste of the quintessential home-cooked meal; dont forget to try a delicious pie and finish with a refreshing coffee, you'll surely be coming for more!
Maurice Duplessis ruled Quebec with an iron fist throughout the 1950s, one can only imagine what he would think of this pulsating nightclub named, sarcastically, in his honor. With an audio-visual assault occurring throughout, the club offers several themed rooms, the Oriental Sake Bar, the VIP cigar lounge, the Library and the enormous main dance floor. Theme nights include Archie Night, held every Thursday, where knowing the password gets you a free beer.
L'Atelier is where the stylish and hip crowd hangs out. And with good reason- this bar has some of the best cocktails you might have tasted in a long while. They have a creative menu of well-mixed cocktails, which consists of such titles as Fashionista, Intrigue, Mapplerita and Edelitchi among several other inventive names. They also have a good range of beers, wine and pub grub. The space is huge, with the bar occupying five levels, decorated with rows of bulbs on the ceilings, giving it an edgy touch.