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La Maison Henry-Stuart
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The brainchild of chef François Blais, formerly of Panache, this place on Ave Cartier draws a well-heeled crowd for business lunches,...
1091 Ave Cartier · interesting places nearby
Café Krieghoff information
Especially appealing in warm weather, this cheerful spot has excellent breakfasts, a pleasant back terrace and a laid-back front porch where you can watch the comings and goings on Ave Cartier. Inside, the dining room is decorated with reproductions from Cornelius Krieghoff (1815–72), one of Québec’s master painters of the 19th century, who lived nearby on Grande Allée.