It seems like this place has been here forever, spreading its cheer to several generations of bar goers, especially younger businessmen. This is an ... More
It seems like this place has been here forever, spreading its cheer to several generations of bar goers, especially younger businessmen. This is an excellent place to jump-start an evening of prolonged partying. Service is friendly and the food is good pub grub. For those settling in for the evening, there are pool tables as well as a small balcony terrace facing Crescent Street. Or you can enjoy yourself on the small dance floor, with old-fashioned and not too strenuous rock and roll.
The historic city center is rich in museums, shops, restaurants and grey stone architecture spread out along narrow, cobblestone streets.
It is also home to the Vieux Port attractions and lively public squares like Place Jacques Cartier. Exploring Old ...
Located near the Botanical Gardens, Biodôme and Olympic Stadium, this family owned restaurant has been catering to customers for three
generations. It's not surprising, considering the quality of its food, congenial atmosphere and reasonable prices. Dishes include many Italian ...
This beautiful restaurant is located in a 19th century house on the Grande Allee, Quebec City's main entertainment street. Aside
from its delicious French and Californian cuisine, its Murder and Mystery Evenings on Fridays, when actors join guests in ...