La Barberie is a micro-brewery that serves up some delightful varieties of local beers with their menu that changes on a daily basis, so you are sure to have something new here every time you visit. Some of the kinds of beers you are likely to find include Classic White, Blonde Bucolic, Light Rousse and Sure Cherry. They organize beer tastings on a regular basis, but one can order their sampler anytime they visit. The taproom has a warm feel, while one can also sit by their patio on a sunny day.
Société Cigare Lounge is a cigar lounge located on Grande Allée Est. The lounge has an exquisite collection of cigars, some of which are quite expensive and unique. They also house a fine collection of scotch, port and cognac. Rhythms of jazz and blues complement the softly lit lounge. They also have an extended terrace where guests can spend some quiet time before calling it a day.
Nestled in the St Jean Baptiste neighborhood Le Drague Cabaret Club has been serving Quebec City with a hip nightlife spot for over 30 years. Le Drague Cabaret Club is divided into sections; you can choose to enjoy your time with your friends, sipping cocktails at the lounge or enjoying a show at their cabaret zone. Their in-house team of drag queens will amuse you with their acts, that range across various genres: musicals, comedies, drama and more. The DJs fill this place up with uptempo beats; take to the dance floor and groove to the beats.
Pub Saint-Alexandre allows beer connoisseurs to quench their thirst with an impressive selection of fine imported ales in the summer or with some warm cider by the fireplace in the winter. The pub offers 200 beers. In addition to its tasteful mahogany bar, the Saint Alexandre has a stage where local bands perform on weekends. The pub's kitchen serves some of the choicest of delicious traditional pub cuisine.
This is one of the most popular nightclubs in the city and there is always a great party going on in this three-story mansion. Bands play on the ground floor of Dagobert, where people enjoy drinks at their table or at the bar. Up a flight of neon stairs is the dance floor, where a packed crowd dances the night away on most nights. The third floor is the best place to enjoy a drink while keeping an eye on the dancing crowd below.
Le Sacrilege is an eventful bar where they invite a lot of musicians from in and around Canada to come and enchant the audience with their performances. That's what makes the bar so unique, its live music tradition. They have special days where the bar serves various beers on tap such as Belle Guelle and Boreal, and they even have an interesting selection of wines. You could not ask for a better break from reality. In case you are not a fan of their musical acts, a nice meal at their serene patio is equally appealing.
As you enter Cafe Castelo, you will be greeted with the aroma of freshly ground coffee being brewed. The company roasts its own coffee using several techniques. They also have teas available, as well as delicious and fresh pastries that go perfectly well with the coffee. One can also stop by for a cocktail in the evening, but it's the coffee that carries the real kick.
Located at a quiant Saint-Sauveur district, Taverne Jos Dion is one of the oldest bars in the city operating since 1933! The interior of the has a warm cosy setting with old wooden furniture, classic paintings and a lot of hunting trophies. The place is frequented by people of all ages and also showcases sporting events on its big screen. Make sure to carry a lot of cash as they dont accept cards.
Pub Galway has a Celtic charm. The pub has over 16 kinds of beer and cider on tap and around 50 types of bottled beers. The pub also serves burgers, fries, steaks, stews and the best kind of Irish fish and chips to go along with your pints. Galway serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. The ambience is friendly and decorated with beer barrels and softly lit lampshades hanging by the windows. Galway is famous for its Guinness pint. Check website for further details.
A pub, a restaurant, a music venue and burger joint; Rideau Rouge is all this more. Located on Avenue Cartier, it is lies in close proximity to Grande Allée Ouest. With a horde of live performances taking place on regular basis, this place is the perfect option to hangout on weekends. Apart from this, their immaculate and out-of-the-box burgers makes them famous. The ambiance is chic and hip at the same time, thereby making it perfect for a relaxed night-out. To know their latest schedule of events, please have a look at their website.
Blaxton Pub & Grill is a gastropub that is known for its beers and cocktails, in addition to the food, that consists of dishes such as lundi wok and mardi burger. You will generally find sports enthusiasts sitting across the TV, cheering for their favorite team, but on weekends, they have people grooving to the tunes of the DJ. No matter how late, they won't let you go hungry, as the bar has a late snack menu available till 2a every night.
This bistro-type French and Italian restaurant, which is quite popular with businessmen, is located on Cartier Avenue. The cuisine is delicious and impeccably presented. The Deer Medallion with Cabernet and blueberry sauce, and the Salmon with Rhubarb and Red Currant Butter are worth a try. Graffiti has the largest wine selection in the city; guests have 400 vintages to choose from. The red brick and mahogany dining room is always inviting, while a private dining room can accommodate 20 people.