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.
Sick of all the wonderful French food in Quebec City? Head here for the best of British cuisine: perfect fish and chips, ploughman's lunches and other pub grub are offered along with enormous breakfasts that are well-known across the city. Wash it all down with a pint of Guinness or another of the dozens of choices on tap and by the bottle, or sample one of their single malts. With traditional English pub décor, friendly service and very reasonable prices, this Old Quebec favorite is a good choice for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
L'Anti Bar & Spectacles packs in an eclectic live music program for Quebec City's ardent music lovers. Situated in the heart of Saint Roch, this bar welcomes troupes playing across genres like heavy metal, rock and country. In the past, it has played address to such noted bands like and solo musicians like famous indie pop artist Hein Cooper and the acclaimed heavy metal ensemble Alcatrazz.
Located near Mont Ste-Anne, about a half hour east of Quebec City, this restaurant offers some of the finest French and French-Canadian cuisine in the region. The dining room, set within a 300-year-old home, is bright yet intimate, the service unobtrusive but unfailingly friendly. Chef Philippe Robitaille, meanwhile, specializes in flamboyant presentation and a combination of traditional and foreign flavors. Entrees a traditional Quebec glazed duck breast with apples, cranberries, foie gras, and red cabbage. The homemade desserts are an event in themselves.
A classy gastropub, La Planque is located in the Old Limoilou area of Quebec City. With a chic and contemporary ambiance, the restaurant successfully impresses in the first look. The staff is courteous, and humbly accepts all your requests. With a menu that focuses on French cuisine, they have some delicious dishes like Thon albacore, Huîtres canadiennes, Cochon bio de Damien and Poulet des Voltigeurs. A range of fine wines and beverages are also available to accompany the order of your choice. In the list of desserts, the Fromage québécois and Carré aux dattes are a must try. Call ahead for reservations or visit their website to know more.
Jack Saloon will win you over with its combination of delicious food and great music. This country-themed restaurant and bar offers food laced with an authentic Texan flavor, and the authenticity extends to the atmosphere as well, with an interior furnished with barn-like wooden tables. Live music is the norm here. The saloon's tuna tartare, wings, and pulled pork are to die for. Also, the service is quick and efficient, ensuring your experience here is a memorable and comfortable one.