After our group evening meal out, we broke up into smaller groups as we made our way back to the Loews hotel, some opting for a taxi instead of the climb up the cliffs separating the harbour from the... more
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... more
The Grande-Allee could be described as Quebec City's nightclub strip, and one of the most popular nightclubs on Grande-Allee is Chez Dagobert. "Le Dag" is located in a massive brick house and it seems... more
I thought that I would venture into Pub Saint-Patrick because looked pretty busy which is suppose to mean that it is good. The pub is larger than you can tell from this picture. There is one section... more
The Alexandre pub does indeed have an great beer menu. The food is far from "Brit" fair, in fact you would be challenged to find any items on a British Pub Menu. The menu does not contain items like... more
A very old renovated theater in the heart of downtown Quebec
Our show consisted of an 8 piece orchestra. 8 dancers(3 male). 4 singers (1 male) and a male comedian. They put on a 3 hour show with a 15... more
This is a brewpub off the beaten track, but real close to the train station. Took me a while to find it, but was well worth it. It’s open noon until midnight I think.
It’s got a huge back porch where... more
Le Sacrilege is located on St-Jean Street, close to the Vieux Quebec, but on the West side of the walls. Its great location makes it one of the locals' favorite spots to hang out as it is close enough... more
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... more
Quebec City doesn't have much of a gay village but if there was one, Le Drague would definitely be at the center of it all! It has been around for quite a while and although it prides itself in being... more
If you want to do something different, take a dinner cruise out on the St. Lawrence River. AML Cruises provides a superb, well run boat.
The cost of the dinner is on top of the basic cruise fee but... more
If you are tired of the massive crowds at 'Chez son pere' or want to experience something different that you won't find in any other place, go to :' Les Yeux Bleus. You'll find great singers singing... more
This was our favorite pub/bar in Quebec City. This bar is locate in Lower town just past the museum in the square. When you take the many steps down, keep walking straight. The bar is in the old wine... more
This is a bar with a very friendly atmosphere. It's a great place if you want to hang out with your friends and have a drink and a general good time. It has music playing but it's not enough to deafen... more
My love affair with Quebec City dates back to 1995, when I moved there to study English literature at Laval University. I immediately fell in love with this charming historic city, and have lived here...
On the occasion of a visit from England by my wife's sister, we decided to take her to Quebec City for a little exploration (late-May, 2005). For once, we did not have the best weather one could hope...
Quebec City is the only fortified city remaining north of Mexico. The old town was designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985. The city was built on the cliff beside the St. Lawrence River...