9800 Boulevard Ste-Anne
Ste Anne de Beaupre, QC G0A 3C0
Phone: (418) 827-1570
Fax: (418) 827-1601
9800 Boulevard Ste-Anne, Ste Anne de Beaupre, QC, CA, G0A 3C0
- Phone: (418) 827-1570
- Fax: (418) 827-1601
Bars & Cafes
Located near Mont Ste-Anne, about a half hour east of Quebec City, this restaurant offers some of the finest French and French-Canadian cuisine in the region. The dining room, set within a 300-year-old home, is bright yet intimate, the service unobtrusive but unfailingly friendly. Chef Philippe Robitaille, meanwhile, specializes in flamboyant presentation and a combination of traditional and foreign flavors. Entrees a traditional Quebec glazed duck breast with apples, cranberries, foie gras, and red cabbage. The homemade desserts are an event in themselves.
This welcoming sugar shack is located on Île d'Orléans, in a large log house. Guests may discover and enjoy traditional Quebec cuisine with dishes like pea soup, ham and eggs cooked in maple syrup, and maple crêpes at Cabane à Sucre L'Entailleur. After a generous meal, everyone goes outside to taste warm, sweet maple taffy snow which is warm maple syrup poured across clean snow to form a thick, sweet mixture. Then, guests can go for a walk in the sugar bush and tour the sugar shack's modern installation for making maple syrup.
Located in the eastern Quebec city of Levis, Cafe Le National is among the popular hang outs in the city.
Brasserie Artisanale La Souche is where one should head to, to have a taste of locally made artisanal beers that take inspiration from the rest of the world. They have a whole range of brews, some of which include Stadacona, Canardiere and Hedleyville, along with food pairings that complement the beers perfectly. They have weekly deals on drinks as well as food, which includes a mix of pub grub such as pizza. The interiors are very wooden and warm, with the tables resembling wooden logs as well.
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.
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.
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!
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 the historical part of Quebec City, Pub Saint Patrick is a place for all season. Enjoy the wide open terrace during summer and the fireplace during winter. A good range of local and imported beers are served. The food is excellent, so don't forget to order your favorites. On Saturday nights there is live music, so have a blast. Whatever the season, your reason is fun and it just multiplies when you are out here.
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.
A perfect cafe for some refreshments, Tim Hortons is a globally renowned chain. This outlet is located at côte du Palais in the Vieux-Québec area. A 24/7 cafe, it is known to serve the freshest varieties of coffee and tit-bits. The restaurant has a dine-in area, as well as a take-away option. While here, you can try their baked goodies, sandwiches or breakfast dishes.
A petite bakery, La Fournée Bio is known to serve some beautiful coffee and tea, along with a variety of baked goodies. Located in Old Limiolou, it features a cozy ambiance, whilst serving some freshly baked delicacies like croissants, french baguette and cookies. The prices are cheap, while the service offered is warm and friendly. A perfect place to have a hearty breakfast, La Fournée Bio will set you for a great day.