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Best Specialty in Quebec City

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All you lovers of chocolate find your way to Érico, if you want to give in to your dark temptations. Take in the many objects on display at the museum. Furthermore, learn the secrets of chocolate making and also watch a video demonstration. Then move on to the most interesting part, ordering your choice of chocolates! Home delivery is available too.

Tea-aficionados shouldn't miss a chance to visit this delightful store, that's practically an institution for the refreshing brew. With an expert team that sources teas from all over the world, with a special emphasis on Asia, Camellia Sinensis offers one of the most diverse tea selections in the city. Drop in to their boutique to discover a mind-blowing array of fine teas from various origins. The knowledgeable staff will be more than happy to find a brew to your liking. In addition to this, the boutique also offers a handsome selection of tea-ware, books as well as tea-related gifts. A little space within the store, with a handful of tables caters to those who wish to enjoy a refreshing cup right then. Beyond the retail factor, Camellia Sinensis also offers tasting sessions, tea workshop and other such events. Check website for more.

Boîte à Pain is a bakery located in the Saint Roch neighborhood of Quebec City. Their bread is made of local organic ingredients which are of a very high quality. It also has a unique taste and flavor and is long lasting in nature. The bakery also serves sandwiches and pizzas; needless to say, all baked in-house. They also serve expresso, filter coffee, hot chocolate etc and also house special desserts, which makes them a soulful bakery. Check their website for details.

Step into the Maison Jean-Alfred Moisan in Upper Town to find the oldest grocery store in North America. Old melodies, playing in the background, will take you back in time. The ancient interiors of the store go back to the 18th century. Besides being a grocery store, it also functions as a museum, an antique shop and even a wine and liquor store!

The spirit of Christmas never fades at this boutique specializing in all things festive. You'll be transported to a magical land as soon as you step inside, with the store decked up in fairy-lights and awash with hues of red. From beautiful tree ornaments and nativity decor to gifts and one-of-a-kind souvenirs, the store's collection is all-encompassing. The store remains perennially crowded in the weeks preceding Christmas, and is one of the city's favorites to stock up on festive goodies. Check website for more.

Considered to be one of the finest jewellery makers in Quebec, Zimmerman delights with their refreshing designs and a hawk-eyed attention to detail. The boutique was established by Michel Zimmerman in 1990, after numerous years of learning and designing jewellery for prestigious brands in Paris. One of the secrets to their near-flawless quality, is all of their jewellery is handcrafted without the use of casting. From classic designs to cutting-edge contemporary pieces, the boutique has something for everyone. A must-visit if you're looking for gifts for a special someone.

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