Auberge St Jean

1592 St Cassien Des Caps, Petite-Riviere-Saint-Francois, , Quebec, G0A1B0, Canada
Auberge St. Jean
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Bars & Breweries

by Kindberg37

Hi!

My brother-in-law is moving to Quebec in January, and I thought it would be fun to get him a tab at a local bar or brewery, so he can go somewhere to hang out. Can anyone recommend a good place for this? I'm just looking for a good local place in Quebec City.

Thanks!

Re: Bars & Breweries

by Jefie

Hi there! Sounds like a cool idea :o)

I'd recommend either L'Inox (http://www.inox.qc.ca/), a really nice microbrewery, or La Barberie (http://www.labarberie.com/), another cool microbrewery, or Le Sacrilege (http://www.lesacrilege.net), a nice little spot on rue St-Jean. Hope this helps!

Re: Bars & Breweries

by Pomerol

Your brother-in-law is coming to the right place for pub hunting!

Do you know where in Quebec City he will be staying. This would help setting up a tab in a bar close to his house

Jefie has given you some nice options that are mostly located in the old town area and I might add a couple more. Le Pub St-Alexandre right on St Jean St offers all kinds of beers and whiskies and has a homy atmosphere (http://www.pubstalexandre.com/). I personally like the Pub Thomas Dunn very much because it is just a bit off the beaten path, right across from the train station and the atmosphere is quite friendly. (http://www.yelp.ca/biz/pub-thomas-dunn-1988-quebec)

Don't hesitate to write if you need more info or have more about where he will live.

Re: Bars & Breweries

by nanmadol

Jefie, I am behind you with all of your recommendations!

Travel Tips for Quebec

LE MASSIF

by RACCOON1

Le mMASSIF is a mountain on the north shore of the St. Lawrence River about a 1.5 hour drive from Quebec City.

The mountain with a vertical drop of 2600 feet is about as close to the river as possible.

The view of the St. Lawrence from the top of the mountain is worth the trip . In the winter the ski lifts can get you to the top . In the summer you will have to walk.

Basilique Norte-Dame

by davidlop

Not the biggest one I've seen in Quebec province, but maybe one of the oldest, this building has many interesting details, not usually found on its kind. For an instance, look at the roof paintings...

You are expected to tip the waiters here

by vyrania

Yes, it might seem strange to you, but you should always tip the waiters in the province of Quebec. Usually, people leave at least 15% of the amount of the restaurant bill if you are satisfied with the service. Why? Because the waiters have to declare 15% of their sales as their salary to the government and are heavily taxed on it. Unfortunately for them, they are not allowed to demand it to their customers... So please, do not forget it, it's actually the biggest part of their salary.

Signs here are in french

by Deus_ultima

Cultural Tips: Signs here are usually in French: Pont = Bridge, Rue = street,Arret = stop, etc. Speed limits are in KM/h, NOT MILES! Cops exept in school zones, usually won't stop you unless you ride 20km/h over the limit :) Also on most highways, you'll find that cops are pretty absent. In the city, you'll often see parked cars with nobody in it or the cop is doing god knows what.. Limit's are 100km on Highways, 70 on urban boulevards, 50 on normal roads and 30 in school zones.

Bike trails

by Simonneeddy

Biking trails exist in all cities and towns and connect often one with the other so you can go a long way. Maps are available at all places showing a Question Mark ( ? ). You can rent bikes all over.

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