Centre d'Interprétation de Place-Royale
This interpretive center touts the Place-Royale neighborhood as the cradle of French history. The exhibits focus on the individual...
Dating from 1688, Our Lady of Victories Church is the oldest stone church in North America. It stands on the spot where Champlain set up...
Get a new perspective of the city aboard AML’s small vessels on a dining or sightseeing cruise, including a popular trip along the St...
Le Pape Georges
With live music at least three nights a week (more in the summer) from 10pm, this charming bar located in a 300-year-old house also...
This celebrated restaurant at the Auberge St-Antoine receives high marks for its delectable, imaginatively prepared Québécois cuisine...
29 Rue St-Pierre · interesting places nearby
L'Oncle Antoine information
Set clandestinely in the stone cave-cellar of one of the city’s oldest surviving houses (dating from 1754), this great tavern pours out excellent Québec microbrews (try the Barberie Noir stout or the strong Belgian-style Fin du Monde), several drafts (en fût) and various European beers.