L'Inox is not sure just what it wants to be perhaps but it looks like an 80's disco despite being a brewpub. The beers on offer are not bad, mind you but the atmosphere was just cold and dead. If you have to try every beer in site, it is worth checking out but otherwise, I would give this a miss. I am glad I went but will most likely never return. Sacrilege is more interesing and better beers too.
Dress Code: I felt underdressed in jeans and boots but hey, we were the only ones there so they were not exactly about the kick us out....lol
Brewing beer in Quebec City is a tradition that goes back to the days of La Nouvelle-France, at the beginning of the 17th century. 400 years later, L'Inox is proud to keep the tradition alive with its delicious regular and seasonal beers! The "Trouble-Fete" is probably the most popular of them all: served with a slice of lime, this flavorful wheat beer will warm you up on a cold day and freshen you up in the summertime :o)
L'Inox has a great sunny patio that is very popular in the summertime, and if you're hungry they serve nachos and European-style hotdogs.
Dress Code: Casual