L'Oncle Antoine

Pub in Old Town & Port

Set clandestinely in the vaulted brick cellar of one of the city’s oldest surviving houses (dating from 1754), this great tavern pours excellent Québec microbrews (try the Barberie Noir stout), several drafts and various European beers. Its in-house brews include #1 Blonde (lager), #21 Rousse (red) and #29 IPA. Try its famous onion soup on a cold Sunday afternoon.