Epicerie de la Rue Couillard
Musée de l'Amérique Française
On the grounds of the Séminaire de Québec (the Québec Seminary), this excellent museum is purported to be Canada’s oldest. (The Musée...
This basilica got its start as a small church in 1647. In the ensuing years, the churches built here suffered everything from frequent...
Cathedral of the Holy Trinity
Built from 1800 to 1804, this cathedral was designed by two officers from the British army’s military engineering corps and modeled on...
Les Gros Becs
Devoted to children and young people, this brilliantly creative theater company mounts over a dozen shows annually. Its colorful catalog...
Hidden away on a side street just off the beaten path, this charming little cafe serves tasty sandwiches, homemade soups and quiches,...
Epicerie de la Rue Couillard information
Lonely Planet review
Hidden on one of Upper Town’s pretty backstreets, this pleasant little bakery and gourmet grocery whips up delicious fresh-baked goodies and tasty sandwiches, and is something of a local secret. Stop in early for the best selection.