Chez Maurice is the more upscale of places to go in Quebec City. The downstairs plays the usual dance music found in Quebec while the upper bar's music varies with. Fridays tend to be the most fun as the bar is packed and it's Latin night upstairs. Dress to impress or come during one of their many theme nights.
Quebec City's hottest nightclubs - The Voo Doo grill, Maurice NightClub, Charlotte Lounge, Societe Cigare and Cosmos Cafe are all under one roof inside a centenarian mansion at 575 Grande Allee.
Dress Code: No jeans or sneakers!
Chez Maurice is across the street from Dagobert.
It's bit more upscale and is very popular among the locals. The music varies from night to night. I have been there on Techno nights as well as on a Salsa, Latino theme night.
The drink price is very decent, the crowd very friendly.
Go and have fun !
Dress Code: Dress well....no sneakers, touristy T-Shirts or bermuda...
The popular Maurice occupies a converted three-story mansion. We had asked around in town earlier about where to go out that night; a shopgirl gave us the most important piece of advice ~ the Dagobert, located on the same street, is a *very* young crowd (18-22) and Maurice a bit older.
It was a pretty good place ~ you can move easily from level to level, two different dj's playing at the same time. The music quality varied over the evening, but there was almost always something playing that appealed. Largely house/d&b. . .Friday nights are supposed to be Latin-themed.
No cover charge.
Dress Code: I didn't see anyone wearing jeans at Maurice. . .but the dress code wasn't over the top either. Go with basic black and you'll blend in fine. . .and make sure your shoes are comfortable enough for dancing.
Two beautifull bars on grande allée, the main street for night life in quebec. 18 years old you can drink in bars until 3h00 am
Dress Code: As sexy as you can!!!!!!!! casual is ok to